Are you or someone you love suffering from Hyperhidrosis and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Addiction with our sound therapies. 


Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing.  Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.

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Our Hyperhidrosis sound therapy CD’s help by:

  • Decrease or minimize occurrence of hyperrhidrosis
  • Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
  • Aligns and opens your Chakra system
  • Opens and cleans up your meridians
  • Helps your body heal itself

Short Description of Hyperhidrosis 

Hyperhidrosis is a condition where the patient suffers from abnormally excessive sweating that is not usually related to exercise or heat. 

Symptoms of Hyperhidrosis 

Excessive sweating affecting the hands, feet, underarms and face with at least one episode a week, during waking hours with sweating on both sides of the body. 

About Hyperhidrosis 

Hyperhidrosis is a condition that causes the body to sweat more than it is necessary, and for no obvious reason. The sweating can be both embarrassing and uncomfortable, and is mainly the reason why people do not seek professional help.  When one has hyperhidrosis, the sweat glands of the body overact and this causes it to sweat a lot, at times and places where other people would not. At times, a medical problem or emotion such as anxiety triggers the excessive sweating. For many patients affected with the condition, controlling the symptoms is considered a constant challenge. 

Etiology of Hyperhidrosis 

It is estimated that around 2% and 5% of people in the USA suffer from hyperhidrosis. However, the actual number may be higher. A lot of people that have excessive sweating do not really talk about their condition and even hide it from their medical checkups. This makes it more difficult to determine how many people actually the disease affects. 

Sweating is a natural reaction of the body to cool itself when it gets too hot. Nerves tell the sweat glands to begin working. When you have the condition, certain sweat glands work overtime for no real reason, thereby producing more sweat than what the person needs.

Focal hyperhidrosis commonly occurs with:

  • Certain odors and foods, including citric acid, coffee, chocolate, peanut butter and spices.
  • Emotional stress, especially anxiety.
  • Heat.
  • Spinal cord injury.

Generalized or Secondary Hyperhidrosis is due to:

  • Autonomic dysfunction
  • Heat, humidity and exercise
  • Cancer such as Hodgkin’s Disease
  • Menopause
  • Metabolic diseases such as hyperthyroidism, DM, low blood sugar, pheochromocytoma, gout and pituitary disease
  • Severe psychological stress
  • Prescription meds like antidepressants, and insulin (Humulin R)

Diagnosis of Hyperhidrosis

Types of Hyperhidrosis

Focal Hyperhidrosis – This is a chronic skin disorder that is inherited and results from a mutation in the genes. It is also referred to as primary hyperhidrosis. Most patients affected with excessive sweating have focal hyperhidrosis. The condition usually affects the armpits, hands, feet and head. It tends to begin early in life, prior to age 25. 

Generalized Hyperhidrosis — This refers to excessive sweating that occurs because of another medical problem.  A lot of medical conditions like diabetes or Parkinson’s disease may cause the body to sweat more than normal. Some drugs like naproxen and zinc supplements, result in extra sweating as a side effect.  Generalized hyperhidrosis, also called secondary hyperhidrosis, tends to occur more in adults. 

The symptoms of the disease can range widely in their impact and severity. Minor symptoms could simply ebb and flow over a long period or the excessive sweat can be a daily challenge, a constant source of embarrassment, frustration and insecurity.  Patients are affected in different ways and the sweat may:

  • Pool under your arms or around your back. 
  • Soak your shirt to the point that you need to change clothes to feel comfortable. 
  • Bead on your cheeks or forehead. 
  • Dampen or drip down your hands or soak your socks.

It may also lead to:

  • Itchiness when the sweat irritates the affected region
  • Body odor, when bacteria on the skin mixes with the sweat particles
  • Residue from combinations of sweat, bacteria and chemicals, leaving marks on clothing
  • Paleness and discoloration of the skin
  • Maceration on the soles of the feet

The symptoms offer clues on the kind of disease you have. Excessive sweating because of focal hyperhidrosis affects both sides of the body. It does not cause night sweats and does not go away with treatment. On the other hand, patients with generalized hyperhidrosis can sweat even if they are asleep. 

The focal variant causes sweat in the ff areas:

  • Armpits (axillary hyperhidrosis).
  • Bottoms (soles) of the feet (plantar hyperhidrosis).
  • Face, including the cheeks and forehead.
  • Lower back.
  • Genitals.
  • Undersides (palms) of the hands (palmar hyperhidrosis).


The excess sweat can place you at an increased risk of developing a skin infection and may also have an impact on your mental health.  You may find yourself changing how you act to hide the symptoms from others. Constant sweating can force you to avoid routine activities like lifting your hands or even simply shaking the other person’s hand. It is possible that you could give up activities you love in order to avoid embarrassment. While focal hyperhidrosis cannot be prevented. It is possible to prevent some cases of the generalized type. The answer is getting a precise diagnosis and treatment for the underlying problem that results in the symptoms. 


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