Hyperhidrosis can have many causes.
Some of them include stress, decrease in sex hormones, infection, or there could just be a problem with your nervous system.
When any of the above occurs, your body temperature will increase and your brain will send signals to your sweat glands to release sweat.
Men may start sweating excessively if they lose hormones due to prostate cancer.
For women, their estrogen levels will drop below normal levels during menopause, causing a rise in body temperature.
Most people sweat in their underarms, and other areas include your face, head, back and feet.
A product like antiperspirants or Drysol can help decrease sweating when applied on the affected area.
However they are temporary treatments that need to be repeated to achieve the desired effect.
Other more expensive and invasive methods include botox injections and surgery.
These methods should not be attempted until all natural methods have failed on you.
One natural method that you should try involves using readily available products at home that are applied every morning and night.
This is one natural hyperhidrosis cure that I have used successfully and you can find out more by following the link below.
If you are not sure about how to start treating your hyperhidrosis problem, you should always consult your doctor, and let him analyze your situation before deciding on the best course of action.