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------- http://thesweatcure.org - Discover how to STOP Excessive Sweating in as little as 48 hours from now by following this Simple Proven System that's helped thousands. Click the link to learn more. ------- As featured on Rachel Ray, SweatBlock is the top recommended treatment for sweaty armpits, hands, palms, and feet. - They stand by their 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. --- http://uwebp.com/sweatblock --------- If you or someone you know suffers from excessive sweating, you may be asking yourself, What causes excessive sweating? Well, there are quite a few possibilities, but in this video, we discuss a primary cause for the condition known as hyperhidrosis. Causes of excessive sweating for the average person can come from their body temperature being raised through exercise, or because they are having a strong physiological reflex to a mental state such as fear, anxiousness, or embarrassment. Those that sweat excessively without experiencing a great deal of these stimulates most likely have hyperhidrosis. Sweating of this nature generally affects the hands, feet, underarms, face, or back. It is a genetic disorder, so it is often seen in family members, and often begins in childh

Causes Of Excessive Sweating And Odor

Located in Bala Cynwyd and serving Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Maple Shade, New Jersey, and the surrounding area, Sweat Experts provides Sweating and Odor treatment for residents who would like to stop sweating embarrassment, smell, and ruined clothes. In a group of people are you always the first to start sweating? And smelling? Do you feel like you sweat more than others? Would you like to know why? Why Do I Sweat So Much? The simple answer is that some people just sweat more than others. However, there are also some medical conditions like Menopause, Thyroid problems, Diabetes, Alcoholism, and Cancer that can cause excessive sweating. : If you’re concerned about excessive sweating, you should see a doctor. Also, keep in mind that certain medications like antidepressants and zinc supplements can cause excessive sweating. But in all likelihood, if you sweat more than others you can thank your genes. You were probably just born that way. What Causes My Body Odor? Your skin has two main types of sweat glands: eccrine glands and apocrine glands. Eccrine glands occur over most of your body. They secrete a clear, salty sweat that helps the body to control body temperature. This sweat Continue reading >>

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  1. Jeanwf

    Hi. Anyone out there suffer from feeling really, really hot doing Keto Diet. My face is as red as beetroot in the mornings and throughout the day I get several hot flushes. Any ideas?:explode:

  2. rachelrb85

    Could it be menopause?

  3. Jeanwf

    I have finished now with the menopause as I started when I was 46! Grrrrr. Could it be because I am burning fat?

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Eat Fat To Lose Fat? A Functional Medicine Expert Explains 4 Ways To Do The Ketogenic Diet

We are trained to think that in order to lose weight, we need to eat less…especially less fat. But what if I told you that the key to making the body a fat-burning machine was to eat fat? That's right! To lose fat you need to eat fat, and lots of it. This is the basis behind the ketogenic diet. The ketogenic diet is a diet high in fat, low in protein, and even lower in carbohydrates. Eating this way makes the body produce ketones in the liver from the digested fat, which is where the "ketogenic" diet gets its name. The ketones then take the place of glucose as fuel for the body, which is what our bodies typically use when we eat the average American diet of higher carbs and protein. With a high level of ketones and a low level of glucose in the blood, the body produces less insulin. In turn, it becomes a fat-burning machine, as less insulin being pumped out means that the body has a far easier time burning stored fat for energy. So, what does the ketogenic diet look like? There are several variations on the ketogenic diet, broken down below: Keep in mind that only the standard and high-protein ketogenic diets have been studied extensively. Cyclical or targeted ketogenic diets are Continue reading >>

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  1. MORTICIAADDAMS

    Most people are around 20 net carbs to be in ketosis. The temps warmed up here and my hubby and I were both sweating at night so it could be that too if the weather is similar there.
    -American consumers have no problem with carcinogens, but they will not purchase any product, including floor wax, that has fat in it. - Dave Barry
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  2. SMOKINHOTBY25

    I have been getting around 100g carbs a day so I don't think I could be in ketosis. However, I was getting an astronomical amount of carbs last week so 100g might feel like a big shock to my system.
    I am working out as well. I burn an average of 500 calories a day.


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  3. MORTICIAADDAMS

    Some people have night sweats if they are in ketosis but if you are eating all your veggies, beans, dairy, etc. your carb level should not be that low unless you are exercising a lot and burning fat.
    -American consumers have no problem with carcinogens, but they will not purchase any product, including floor wax, that has fat in it. - Dave Barry
    -My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four; unless there are three other people. - Orson Welles
    -The food here is terrible, and the portions are too small. - Woody Allen
    Co-Leader "Smart Carbing"
    Leader "Low Carb For Dummies"
    Co-Leader "South Beach Diet"
    Leader "Low Carb Recipes Plus More"

    510,820 SparkPoints

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In this video, Ronnie Aronson, MD, FRCPC, FACE, Medical Director of LMC Diabetes and Endocrinology, explains how pharmacists can directly help patients maintain their diabetes.

5 Common Keto Challenges—and How To Overcome Them

The transition from a high-carb diet to one that’s built around healthy fats can trigger some side effects. Here’s how to dissipate them. Unsplash/Eduardo Roda-Lopes The transition from a high-carb diet to one that’s built around healthy fats can trigger some side effects. Here’s how to dissipate them. Unsplash/Eduardo Roda-Lopes In the age of the “obesity epidemic,” more research than ever is focused on determining safe, effective, and long-lasting ways to help prevent or reverse unhealthy weight gain. And studies have found that one possible solution is following a very-low carbohydrate diet called the ketogenic diet. The keto diet drastically reduces the body’s supply of glucose—which is typically obtained from eating carbohydrate-heavy foods like grains and sugar—instead forcing the body to use fat for energy. That may sound similar to other low-carb diets, but there is one key keto distinction: Instead of a focus on lots of protein, the keto diet emphasizes healthy fats, mostly from keto-approved foods like coconut or olive oil, butter, meat, avocado, and eggs. For this reason, the keto diet doesn’t just help with weight loss. It’s also been shown to redu Continue reading >>

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  1. Modern Life Survivalist

    I know I talk a big game about knowing where all my symptoms come from (as far as mold goes), but I've been having this issue lately where I drink about 2.5 cups of bulletproof coffee (sometimes with a breakfast of pure meat, like extremely organic pork sausage or a burger), and I start to sweat and itch, mostly on my forearms (weird).
    Lately, actually, I've been getting some B.O., too, which is different than say 3 months ago. I've actually only recently started drinking coffee regularly (probably 3 months ago, actually), and I didn't really get these symptoms from drinking BP cacao tea. I don't want to give up coffee, though. It is too helpful in my work and in my mood. I hope that you all aren't going to tell me I have to give it up, LOL.
    A few possibilities for the origins of these symptoms:
    -Perhaps I am dumping magnesium (usually have to go to the bathroom several times throughout the morning until 2 pm lunchtime). I have heard using magnesium oil on your pits can actually resolve B.O., and I have used this method with good results, proving (at least to me) that magnesium deficits and BO are connected. Drinking coffee can cause magnesium wasting, I have read, which is weird, because it supposedly has a ton of it. Maybe that's one of the reasons it makes you start to expel magnesium and have to go to the bathroom all of a sudden? Anyone know anything about this? I still supplement with magnesium (about 250-400 mg near the end of the day/before bed), but it doesn't really fix the issue, though the BO is not usually there at night (which my wife is thankful for).
    -I recently took a course of lufenuron (the most effective candida killer), which usually results in a sore throat from strep/staph bacterial overgrowth and some other weird symptoms. This was like a month ago, and it's otherwise starting to resolve into more energy and less filmy saliva (I know some of you think candida isn't a big issue, but I don't really want to argue about that right now). Perhaps I am having an overgrowth of the bacteria in the armpits that make you stink (due to the lack of yeast that are usually there fighting them off), and their die-off is causing this issue/aroma (stench I mean)?
    -I am experiencing a ketosis reaction. I don't really need to burn fat (I weigh only 165 lbs---up from 155 lbs last year, due to lifting lots of weights, hopefully). However, I might be burning fat anyway, because I am fairly low carb. I eat the equivalent of a handful of rice or a half-to-a-whole sweet potato per day, along with my incidental carbs from an avocado and a handful of nuts every day. I'd like to be able to eat more carbs (like the Jaminet-recommended 50-100 g/day), but they used to make me feel entirely weak (in my opinion, from the candida overgrowth---again, don't want to argue that I have a candida issue; I am certain that I did/still kind of do), and actually when I have too much fructose from fruit or honey, I still feel dizzy, weak, or otherwise crappy pretty much right away. If this is the problem, it's kind of like being stuck between a rock and a hard place. I have also read that candida feeds on ketones, so I've tried to find the sweet spot where I don't get too much glucose for them to eat and not too many ketones are put out. My life is hard, LOL.
    The itching/sweating sensation actually happens when I'm working out (heavy lifting/circuit training) sometimes, so that might be a clue.
    Thanks for taking my case! I trust the people in the forums more than any doctor, so thanks in advance, BP sleuths!

  2. Jimmm

    I have noticed myself on a couple of occasions that after drinking coffee, then doing either exercise or being physically active (sweating?) and not drinking much of anything else, my legs would begin itching non-stop. The the last time it happened I realized it, drank a bunch of water and it stopped. I know that coffee can dehydrate you, so perhaps that combined with physical activity and the hot/humid weather can lead to extremities becoming itchy. ....or maybe pure coincidence.

  3. DMan

    Do you guys still loose weight?
    Could be some toxins released from within body fat...

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