73. Palm Sweating
When a person consumes excessive water, and under urinates, his body including palms, will sweat profusely. This condition is called hyperhidrosis.
Recently, specialists in modern medicine have come up with a surgical measure to stop palm sweating. This involves slitting a nerve at the nape of the sufferer.
Such a surgery, besides incurring a severe loss of money, is bound to create several undesirable side-effects. Further, the sweating might cease only at the palms, and may not in other parts of the body.
Both palms of a person suffering from this disease will become cold, due to the presence of moisture as a result of the hyperhidrosis. Shaking hand with such a person will feel repulsive.
The sufferer himself/herself would find it a nuisance to handle papers, foods, etc., for all these would get spoiled by the moisture exudates in their palms.
Since the above is directly related to hyperhidrosis, a cure of hyperhidrosis alone will cure the palm sweating problem. Once corrected, the palms would feel dry, warm and nice.
Hyperhidrosis is completely and easily curable within three weeks, through a non-invasive technique.
I have described in elaborate detail the method for the cure of this problem in my book “:Asthma, Bronchitis, Cough, Sneezing and Sweating” (Palaniappan, 2001).