Halal ketogenic kosher vegan dieting

Everyone, at one time or another, thinks about dieting.There are so many diets to choose from. There are at least 38 different diets that deem some worthiness. There are actually hundreds of dietary methods. Dieting and choosing a diet often seems punitive and often require lifestyle discipline. For most, the menu is confusing. For many, it has been coded by deities. Is one better than the other?

There are many faiths and religions covering billions of people that faithfully follow divine diets. People seem to follow diets based on godliness than health and wellness. Are they healthy in today’s times? Were they ever designed for the healthy lifestyles we seek?

Indeed, virtually all diets require enduring faith. For many people, religions have established blueprints with no second-guessing. But do those diets deliver health benefits or were they designed to counter pantheist and pagan cultures that lived concurrently? Diets often tend to fail but, with help of gods, faith is often more esteemed than will.

Diet is considered a four-letter word. Diet isn’t one of those words .For many people in western civilization, to follow a diet as a healthy lifestyle, is considered a torrid road to Inferno. Historically, dietary lifestyles were bound by divinity, evolution of tools (i.e. veganism), and science (i.e. ketogenic). The latter trail behind lifestyle followers of those that have divine origins. We will be discussing Islamic Halal, Jewish Kosher, Garden of Eden’s Vegan, and scientific Ketogenic.

Over 1-1/2 billion people follow halal and kosher dietary rules that have come from divine origin. There are also special dietary laws for Buddhism, and Hinduism. Christianity did not develop elaborate dietary rules and customs. This probably grew out of the controversy between the Judaic and Greek Christians and the Roman church during the earliest years of Christianity. It is believed that Jesus and Mary followed kosher laws and vegetarian diets.

When it comes to ritually slaughtering meat and the prohibition of pig meat, halal and kosher follow very specific and similar laws. Halal adheres to Islamic law, as defined in the Quranran. Virtually all vegetarian cuisine is halal if it does not contain alcohol. The most common example of non-halal (or haram) food is pork (pig meat products). While pork is the only meat that categorically may not be consumed by Muslims (the Quran forbids it Sura 16:115), other foods not in a state of purity are also considered haram (not halal).

Kosher follows specific laws throughout several passages of the Torah or Five Books of Moses.. A kosher species must be slaughtered by a Shochet, a ritual slaughterer. Since Jewish Law prohibits causing any pain to animals, the slaughtering has to be effected in such a way that unconsciousness is instantaneous and death occurs almost instantaneously. In kusher, animals must chew their cud and have a split hoof. Poultry (birds) and fish also have specific rules. All ritually slaughtered must not be from a predator species. In addition, meat and milk must not be consumed together.

The key elements are that health is not subscribed to either halal or kosher, other than the animal must be a healthy one. These rules are found in the scriptures of divine origins. That means fat and cholesterol issues of today, were not included. Nor were mortality statistics or current diseases.

Yet, most Jews and Islamic people have followed these rules for thousands of years, without question. These have been deeply integrated into their lifestyles through setting up homes and abstaining from certain foods. means abstaining from the use of alcohol (Islam) and pork or from things which contain the by-products of those. This accounts to over 1-1/2 billion people following the precepts set a long time ago through divine scriptures.

The divine scriptures have also places a focus on the vegan diet. It begins at the creation of the world. “And to every beast of the earth, and to every bird of the air, and to everything that creeps on the earth, everything that has the breath of life, I have given every green plant for food.” —Genesis 1:30. It was really afterwards that the Lord starting granting compromises about meat. Vegans, as individuals, usually don’t think about the Genesis quote but following a vegan diet does require some religious fervor.

Vegans have many different motives for choosing an all vegetable, fruit, and grain diet. For those seeking weight loss, some vegans actually gain weight. There is considerable debate whether being vegan is healthy or not. A good vegan diet is still based on calories, nutrition, and activity. Unlike Halal and Kosher, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, vegans are less likely to develop heart disease, cancer, diabetes, or high blood pressure than meat-eaters are.

Many vegan wannabes make a mistake about vegetarianism and veganism. Like kosher or halal being a vegan follows a strict type of vegetarianism that excludes meat and all animal products. Vegans do not eat meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, or any foods containing them. A vegan diet relies on plant-based foods including fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, and seeds. Seeds, as in nuts, are great sources of dietary fats, protein, nutrients that include magnesium. Like kosher and halal, vegans don’t necessarily mimic other non-vegan foods, they create many of their own. Yes, dark chocolate is vegan!

While considered healthy, the Vegan Coach does suggest that vegans choosing weight loss as a goal simple carbs (such as white rice or white pasta) and instead reach for whole grains (like brown rice or whole grain pasta) for lasting energy and to encourage weight loss. DO cut back on your sugar intake. Sugar is bad news and the more you eat the harder it will be to lose weight.

The Vegan Coach notes that some vegans tend to get fat and that is due to consumption of excess carbohydrates (sugars and starches). Everything (other than most dairy, all meat, poultry, and fish) naturally contain carbohydrates. Vegetables, fruits and, especially, grains. Basically all core foods vegan eat. That isn’t necessarily bad.

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends that carbohydrates make up 45 to 65 percent of your total daily calories. So, if you get 2,000 calories a day, between 900 and 1,300 calories should be from carbohydrates. That translates to between 225 and 325 grams of carbohydrates a day. Primary foods with the highest carbohydrates are:
Fruit. Whole fruit and fruit juice.
Grains. Bread, pasta, rice, quinoa, oats, wheat, crackers, and cereal.
Legumes. Beans and other plant-based proteins.
Starchy Vegetables. Potatoes and corn.
Sugar – Processed or Raw table sugar as sucrose, glucose, fructose, lactose, and maltose.

Excess carbohydrates convert to body fat as storage. If you exceed your calories from carbohydrates, and don’t move, you gain weight over time. Even as a vegan.

Adopting a ketogenic lifestyle turns the vegan diet backwards. Meat, dairy, fish, poultry are staples. Few vegetables, fruits, and grains are consumed. Depriving your body of carbohydrates will be naturally compensated by your body AFTER it uses natural fat storage.

Ketogenic is more of a science based diet that originally was used to curb epilepsy symptoms. The side effect was weight loss and long-term management. Like kosher, halal, and (somewhat) vegan, ketogenic is a lifestyle that doesn’t have any ties to divine commandments. A ketogenic diet is a personal choice and, like vegan, kosher, and halal, must be followed as a lifestyle.

While there are many variables in low-carbohydrate dieting, ketogenic diets work best when you place your body in ketosis. Ketosis is a normal metabolic process. When the body does not have enough glucose for energy, it burns stored fats instead; this results in a build-up of acids called ketones within the body. Some people encourage ketosis by following a diet called the ketogenic or low-carbohydrate diet.

What happens when stored fats are used? The liver, kidney, and brain produce just enough of natural body energy sources called ketones that keep your body functioning. Getting your body to do this means reaching consistent ketosis. the daily intake of net carbs required to enter ketosis could vary from 20 to 100 grams per day. Most people, who have experienced ketosis, claim to have reached that state at about 20-50 grams of net carbs per day. It varies per person. 50 grams is equivalent to a cup of coffee with milk and 2 spoons of sugar OR 1 bagel dry.

A net-carbohydrate is calculated by subtracting the food’s fiber content from the total carbohydrates. Suppose you have a can of beans (that strangely yields about 3 servings). Each serving has 20 grams total carbohydrates. There are 8 grams of fiber per serving. The net-carb (total minus fiber) is 12 grams per serving. One of the popular low-carb diet strategies, Atkins Diet, conjured up this net-carb formula. This way you might enjoy bread while following your ketogenic goals.

Typically, a slice of whole-wheat bread has 20 grams total minus 5 grams of fiber, to deliver 30 grams net carbs per 2 slice sandwich. Low-carb bread alternatives might be some wrap-like pita or flat breads, delivering a 1-bread sandwich. A low-carb bread might have a 10 gram total, 5 gram fiber, yielding a 5 gram net carb. Net-carb is a neat trick to help you enjoy a sandwich.

Adopting a ketogenic diet means a long-term lifestyle choice. While not divinely commanded, the ketogenic diet lifestyle helps keep you trim and helps reduce weight at a recommended level in order to avoid weight related diseases, such as diabetes, chronic obesity, arthritis, and others. Some say that a combination of ketosis and exercise might even help memory by stimulating a certain neurotrophic factor in your mid brain.

Since its discovery almost about 30 years ago, neuroscientists and neurologists have studied that the secreted neurotrophin brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) has been firmly implicated in the differentiation and survival of neurons of the central nervous system. The BDNF role has also been emerging as an important regulator of synaptogenesis and synaptic plasticity mechanisms underlying learning and memory in the adult central nervous system. A ketogenic diet and moderate exercise has demonstrated strong links with BDNF production in the hippocampus region of the brain. The hippocampus is associated mainly with memory, in particular long-term memory.

There is much to be said about those diets long foretold through the Old Testament and the Koran. They illustrate respect and cleanliness of animals and other foods. This respect may allow for an above average mortality rate than others not following kosher or halal rules.

According to a recent book, Jesus and Mary were kosher abiding vegetarians (not totally vegan). This lifestyle also extended to the original Aramaic Christians that lived within adjacent environments. Devout Jews and Islamic follow kosher and halal as strict dietary laws. Food is an important part of religious observance for many different faiths, including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. Health-wise, those laws, customs and guidelines are more faith than science.

The ketogenic diet has been academically and scientifically examined for nearly 100 years. Ketogenic results are based on studies ranging from diet, metabolism, and a wide range of sciences. While low-carb ketogenic lifestyles have grown in popularity over the past 30 years (as opposed to thousands), many nutritionists cite science studies that suggest that the ketogenic lifestyle may be attributed to healthy longevity. The ketogenic adoption to fat and protein over natural fruits and vegetables appear to astonish and irritate old ideas.

Apart from religious lifestyle diets, there are hundreds of dietary lifestyles competing to be top-of-the-list. Dieting or maintaining good dietary health by choice is more of a failing game of thrones. According to the New York Times (1999) “95% Regain Lost Weight. Or Do They? It is a depressing article of faith among the overweight and those who treat them that 95 percent of people who lose weight regain it — and sometimes more — within a few months or years”. Psychology Today claims, given many human instincts and habits, this dietary struggle is so constant that dieting isn’t worth it.

For religions, devout followers adopt dietary laws as integrated through many generations. Vegans might have a couple generations but usually volunteer to the lifestyle for varied reasons. Ketogenic dieting is difficult, especially within a world that heavily markets carbohydrate-rich foods. It’s rules are simple but adoption takes endurance for months through years. Once ketosis is disrupted, you become a carb animal again.

While a ketogenic diet may reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels, improve memory, calm bi-polar symptoms and episodic epilepsy, the big obstacle is adopting a ketogenic lifestyle as a habit – with minor changes as you reach your goals.

The wrath of gods may not smite you for disobeying dietary laws. At least for this life, ketogenic dieting offers many positives if you faithfully follow it. The ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet that theoretically lowers blood sugar and insulin levels (in normal individuals). Ketosis shifts the body’s metabolism away from carbs and towards fat, protein, and ketone production. As you reach targeted weight goals, you may add carbohydrates when exercising.

HealthLine lists four of several variations of ketogenic dietary modes:

Standard ketogenic diet (SKD): This is a very low-carb, moderate-protein and high-fat diet. It typically contains 75% fat, 20% protein and only 5% carbs (1).

Cyclical ketogenic diet (CKD): This diet involves periods of higher-carb refeeds, such as 5 ketogenic days followed by 2 high-carb days.

Targeted ketogenic diet (TKD): This diet allows you to add carbs around workouts.

High-protein ketogenic diet: This is similar to a standard ketogenic diet, but includes more protein. The ratio is often 60% fat, 35% protein and 5% carbs.

I employ a different one that stays away from saturated fats and focuses more on mono- and poly-unsaturated fats. It’s a more difficult variation that relies mostly on nuts, soy, wheat gluten, and fish. Works for me but I don’t recommend this for most.

There are differences when we discuss low-carb and ketogenic. Low-carb can be any reduction of carbohydrates. Ketogenic means limiting your carbohydrates to 40 to 60 grams per day. Some say 20 grams is better. I’d say anything averaging below 60 grams per day will ignite the liver and brain to create ketones for weight loss and energy.

I may believe in god but humans have to find their way toward healthier, happier and longer lives. There’s an often debated phrase that God helps those that help themselves. The low-carb ketogenic approach might seem to work fast in helping to drop inches. Yet, like kosher, halal, and veganism, ketogenic requires a long, religious effort to make those choices that reap healthy dietary rewards.

The realdoll dolls gadgets and people who love them

For most, dolls were our first companions. Dolls give comfort, security, support, and more. Eventually, dolls have different meaning as we grow up. Simple robotics are adding unimaginable feats for dolls we hold dear. In this digital age, smartphones and apps are like personal robots. Robotic arms replace some humans on assembly line manufacturing. Some manufacturers are exploring driver-less cars. For a few adults, robots are emerging that fulfill social roles. Can these functionally human-like dolls further change western civilization as we know it? What are the benefits and consequences?

Dolls may have begun in pagan times as symbols and objects bound with ancient gods. Human-shaped dolls probably stretch back through thousands of years. Many young children grow to cherish their dolls as they grow up. Dolls evolved to possess many human features, such as crying, wetting, and burping. They are expensive ions of fashion; sometimes competing in value than children’s clothes. We loved and still love our dolls.

Now…some people are discussing the possibilities that marriage between humans and dolls might be feasible by 2050. There was a report that such a marriage has already happened! This is way beyond Pygmalion and the fantasy may not at all be new. Can dolls and humans live in harmony?

For the past 20 years or so, dolls designed for adults have grown. Using robotic technologies, these dolls are ever-advancing and growing more popular. Are they replacing human relationships as we know them? Consider this the Westworld fantasy. But now it’s possible in your world.

Robots are more than fantasy. Robotic dolls are an increasing facet of the reality we live. BOTZ is an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) that lists major manufacturers that develop robots. Whether robotic tools or robotic sex dolls, the interests in AI and robots yield high potentials.

Within the nerdy, geeky minds of computing geniuses, one of the driving forces behind tech development might just have been the attainment of sexual strengths. When virtual reality was evolving in the 1970’s, virtual sex in the form of teledildonics was a living fantasy. Doll tech development seems to be following that trend. Well…there appears to be a 20-million pound race for the developer who conjures up the first AI sex doll. Could this be the next biggest reality changer than Apple’s development of the iPhone? Can sex dolls help reduce the use of anti-depressants and even opioids?

Inflatable sex dolls offered a serious purpose in World War II. It was reported that Hitler issued soldiers sex dolls to combat syphilis in lieu of standard methods of contraction.

Early 19th-century psychology focused much on female hysteria, a problem from earlier centuries. Histories of fornicatory dolls involved a constant obsession with creating an idealized, silent female sexual object. 2000 years ago, Ovid wrote of a myth involving a woman sculpted from ivory by Pygmalion. Her name was Galatea and he became so obsessed with her, bathing her feeding her and of course sleeping with her. A walk through major historical museums show that dolls of ancient goddesses were found in excavations. At least, we know and validate man’s obsession for a sexual love object goes back even before Eve negated the Lord in the garden of Eden.

In 1997, a USA manufacturer named RealDoll revolutionized the adult doll industry. They sculpted female dolls with a skin-textured silicone along with natural-like lips, breasts, and vaginas. It’s latest set of dolls have improved skeletal integrity. These dolls also feature advanced weight reduction without sacrificing the feel of the doll, two patented styles of interchangeable faces (Magnetic face and full head style FaceX systems), 7″ deep removable mouth inserts, optional removable vagina inserts for ease of hygiene and maintenance, and an ever expanding line of faces and bodies continually added to the collection to expand your future options. Even more fascinating, these dolls can be ordered with a selection of measurements for ergonomics. Who says there is no future for products made in the USA?

As far as equal opportunities, RealDoll offers a male collection of dolls, with similar features. Unlike children’s dolls, these adult dolls run upwards from $4500 each. A USA success story!

Yet these dolls are merely Pygmalion-types, more anatomically functional. Undaunted, RealDoll introduced Harmony in April 2017, the first doll with artificial intelligence. Harmony speaks and interacts. At $15,000, Harmony has the integrated software to be your 24/7 companion.

The folks at Engadget, a website that focuses on new technologies, gave Harmony a thorough exam and found this doll to be the virtual woman that Aphrodite gave Pygmalion. Even more fascinating is that Harmony is a product developed by the engineers at the University of Texas in Austin. The epitome of American ingenuity. Inventing the girl that can’t say no.

According to Realbotix, there are expected app upgrades to the software at a price of $20 per year.

Thanks to the proliferation of mobile technology and social media networks, much of what passes for human relationships already depends on the transfer of electronic data. In many ways, there are many subtle, nefarious ways where friends and lovers are becoming more abstract. Developing “intelligent” sex robots seems to be cracking the foundations of all traditions we have cherished. Is it possible that people may love dolls over human partners. While robots like Harmony have sales by the hundreds, the tech is still in its infancy. Can you remember a world without PC, Mac, or smartphones? In senses, predictions of positives and negatives are hard to consider. Are the evolution of sex and chore robots inevitable?

Perhaps love dolls might help solidify human relationships that are failing. According to the American Psychological Association data, 40 to 50 percent of marriages end in divorce.

Infidelity and adultery statistics in the USA, 2 of the ten Mosaic commandments, inconclusively (by survey) indicate happen in about 1 of 5 relationships. Men and women do it. People enjoy watching and reading stories where “cheating” occurs. If a household had a sex robot, would sex be noted as infidelity?

Then there is the commandment of being “fruitful and multiplying.” Robots can’t do that! Studies show that, with basic human ingredients, babies can be born without traditional definitions of intercourse.

Developers, marketers and company spokes-people do indicate that these adult dolls are still cost prohibitive and sell only hundreds of models per year. Most of the profit is targeted toward manufacturing better processors and structural integrity. Even Harmony still appears unnatural. The consumers tend to be people who have lost a spouse or are lonely for other reasons.

Robotics has been influential as orthoses – replacing hands, legs, and feet for those that are physically handicapped. A once highly improbable concept has grown into a major life aid. Yet, technologies employed are hardly known or addressed by most mobility practitioners dealing with chronic mobility challenges. Robot assisted therapy is also used to help rehabilitate stroke patients.

When it comes to all the beneficial prospects robotics might do, the media seems to focus on robotic sex dolls with artificial intelligence. It is a significant topic. People do love and are crazy about their dolls. Is there a market for adult robotic sex dolls? Would you buy one?

Reading deeper issues regarding ethics. morality, religion, and so many other societal facets don’t apply as yet. Prices are very high. Robotic sex dolls are a microcosmic and rare market. So were android smartphones during the before iPhone days. More tech advances might make these dolls more competitive and popular. At this point in time, robot sex dolls is a minor concept. It is, however, researched internationally and finding a market.

Yet, robotic dolls are rapidly expanding into society. United States doesn’t have exclusivity in developing robotic dolls. The Asian market uses robotic dolls to interact with the public. There is a small hotel staffed by about 70% robots. The hotel, near Nagasaki, is a pilot project targeted for use by 3-star hotels in Japan. There are still quite a few tweaks to work through but the novelty has drawn media from around the globe.

Developing artificial intelligence is a growing investment market on stock exchanges. Goldman-Sachs believes silicon-valley investing might be one of the big money makers in a portfolio.

Artificial intelligence lacks emotion, ideas, uniquenesses, personalities, and drives. Humans are teased by artificial intelligence and often compete against AI programs in games like chess and cards. AI is what seems to drive the future of the robotic market.

While United States places more restrictions against immigrants, are robots manufactured in the USA citizens? Are they eligible? These might be one of many issues worthy of consideration over the next decades as we move toward the 22nd century. Like global weather extreme changes, AI robotic dolls may have beneficial and consequential impact generations from now. Thinkers believe that 2050 might demonstrate social and economic impact on human society. Many questions will be raised and many implications will be weighed.

Our fascination with robots has given birth to many top-ranking movies with successful sequences, such as Terminator. Disguised as a human, a cyborg assassin known as a Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) travels from 2029 to 1984 to kill Sarah Connor. Sarah is targeted because a cyborg manufacturer if the future, Skynet, knows that her unborn son will lead the fight against them. With the virtually unstoppable Terminator in hot pursuit, she attempts to escape. Advanced robotics might have severe consequences in the fabric of humanity – much like social media and telecommunications have had over the last decade.

Will humanity survive to witness robotic dolls? They already exist. We are entering the Twilight Zone as we expand toward the Outer Limits. Bad or good? Time and gods can determine happy afters.

Hyperhidrosis a sweating topic

Feeling the heat? Sweating is a bodily function that helps regulate your body temperature. Also called perspiration, sweating is the release of a salt-based fluid from your sweat glands. When people sweat a bit more than others or regularly, there is a medical condition called hyperhidrosis. Some company is advertising supplements for treating hyperhidrosis. Think you need it? Try a doctor first!

Hyperhidrosis seems like a fancy euphemism to the phrase, “Sweating Like a Pig”. Pigs don’t sweat. They wallow in mud to keep their bodies cool. Sweating is a normal human response to environmental heat and activity. These are two stressors that can heat your body. Sweating is a natural response to help regulate balance temperature within your body for health maintenance.

There are usually about 3-million sweat glands distributed in your body’s skin. Sweat glands release moisture as a salt-water solution. Sweat glands are small organs under the skin that produce sweat. They are somewhat like nerve receptors that respond to touching, pressing, and other skin sensations. Secreting water and electrolytes, sweat glands use sweat to help cool the surface of the skin and reduce body temperature to a normal. Because sweat glands are under your skin, virtually every part of your body may release perspiration (sweat) but a few areas are more prone to do so than others.

About 3% of US population suffer from excessive sweating.

According to Medscape, Hyperhidrosis, is sweating in excess of that required for normal thermo-regulation.

Just because you are prone to sweating doesn’t mean you have hyperhidrosis. Part of sweat many roles may be to get you to pause and stop what you’re doing or drink water to cool your body. It acts as an alert that you may be driving yourself too hard against heat and activity challenges.

While hyperhidrosis may be a sweating topic, taking oral supplements may not be advisable. That’s why some people use body deodorant or antiperspirant over-the-counter products. While antiperspirants may help control sweat, one of the ingredients (an aluminum compound) was linked as a suspect of leading to cancer. Of course, it was once believed that aluminum products may have been linked to Alzheimer’s Disease development but this has never been conclusively proven.

Hyperhidrosis may be tested by a physician from blood tests, a litmus paper test, or through radiology. The question to ask is whether your (over) sweating might be linked to something else? There are many tests.

A doctor may test for hyperhidrosis in a blood test. As a symptom hyperhidrosis is associated with an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) or low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). If this isn’t valid, a physician might try a clinical test called a Thermoregulatory Sweat Test (TST) as excessive sweat may be part of results from certain autonomic and neurological disorders. Far simpler is an iodine starch test for hyperhidrosis. Yet this test might detect a presence but is not clinically useful for quantifying the degree of hyperhidrosis. Then the cause might be skin conductance that may be associated to certain areas, genetics, heart rate, hypertension and more.

There are actually about 72 possible reasons for those suffering with excessive sweating in various areas.

The common ones are from the skin, especially the head and hands. The axilla (also, armpit) is the area on the human body directly under the joint where the arm connects to the shoulder.Other less observed areas might be the groin and back areas. As sweat glands are really in the skin, moisture might be felt anywhere.

While sweating might be symptomatic of certain health and body conditions, sweating is often normal when your body is physically stressed. The degree really depends on your healthy physical condition.

There are few solutions, other than lifestyle changes and stress reduction therapy, to clinically diagnosed hyperhidrosis. Some physicians discuss surgical methods, if hyperhidrosis is severely impinging on your living conditions.

While alchemists and herbologists may come up with supplements that may help reduce sweating excessively, many have not been approved or tested by the US Food and Drug Administration.

The common causes of excessive sweating are:

Obesity
Pregnancy
Hyperthyroidism
Menopause
Anxiety
Hypoglycemia
Certain prescriptions
Certain illegal drugs
Withdrawals from drugs or alcohol
Certain infections (like TB, HIV)
Parkinson’s disease
Blood or bone marrow disorders such as Hodgkin’s lymphoma
Gout
Diabetes
Tumor
Mercury poisoning
Lymphatic Infection
Endocrine Infection
Genetics

Trying to narrow it down can be expensive and fruitless. For the most part, hyperhidrosis is one of those wonderful and multiple medical terms that may have no clear identifiable cause. Routine blood testing might infer some causality but no clear cures.

Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating has been around for many years, not exclusively to humans. Sweating is a natural response to activity or other stressors.

Should you seek help? Find an integrative doctor or a registered nutrition consultant. Keep your body cool and wear appropriate sweat-resistant clothes. Sweating is key to survival. Some actually appreciate the pheromones that some sweating produces.

Anything to excess beyond your threshold is uncomfortable. Excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis in any area could result with anxiety. As a (your) normal body process, the remedy is often provocative of more anxiety and emotional discomfort. Purchase an antiperspirant and use it wisely. Drink water (not soda) in hot weather conditions. Experiment with baby powder and drinking sage tea.

Not sweating at all is more dangerous than excessive sweating. Hyperhidrosis is an excessive sweating topic but, at 3% of the population, it means you’re not average but sweaty people find intimacy, work, and social lives. Hyperhidrosis (or excessive sweating) does not impinge on normal living. It might be a side-effect of something else that is worth investigating. Usually, the connection might be only skin deep.