It is completely normal to sweat more during the warm summer months, especially if you are doing sports outside, sitting in the blazing sun or in non-air-conditioned rooms. However, many of my patients at this time also suffer from abnormal sweating, known as hyperhidrosis or hyperhidrosis in technical terms. This occurs particularly under the armpits or on the palms of the hands and can become a heavy burden in everyday life for those affected.
In this article "Keep it cool! - Everything you need to know about pathological sweating" I would like to introduce you to some tips and measures with which you can alleviate or combat excessive sweating in a targeted manner.