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After reading my articles, if you are convinced of their worthiness/ usefulness, you may want to kindly spread the news to your friends suggesting to read what you had read.

My ambition is to reach out to the World Health Organisation, so that my findings will become useful to people worldwide.
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I will be happy to cooperate / coordinate with any scientist for the furtherance of my findings.

I am extremely THANKFUL to GOOGLE for their fantastic and free services all the time, for reaching out to the public at large.


Indemnification: All my articles are based on MY OWN research, and I strongly believe that they are true. I have been requesting the W.H.O. and Malaysian Ministry of Health to evaluate my discoveries. Until they are approved for use, the Readers of all my articles should get the approval of a Registered Medical Practitioner prior to practising them, and I should not be held responsible for any mishap at all.





With best wishes and thanks,
Dr. Palani, Ph.D.




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Saturday, November 20, 2010

HUMAN DISEASES REDEFINED

95. Sweaty Armpit

In some, the armpit keeps on sweating for most part of the day. This is similar to sweaty palms, and the aetiology (cause) is the same as that of hyperhidrosis. Such sweats emit bad odour as well.


Very often, if tight clothes are worn, they become wet at the armpit areas. This is especially so among Indian women wearing tight blouses.
Not knowing what to do to overcome this, people resort to using antiperspirants and deodorants of chemical origin.


Since this occurs essentially due to under-urination, the best and easiest way to stop this problem is to urinate liberally. If a person takes 2 L of water daily, he/she must urinate at least 8 to 10 times. Within three or four weeks this problem will totally disappear.


However, it would take a much longer time for the bad odour to get minimised. Even if best urination is practised to the extent of maintaining the water intake/urine output ratio at 1.0, total elimination of the odour from the armpit may become impossible. An extremely mild odour is bound to remain all the time, except that it may not be repulsive.


See Hyperhidrosis, Palm Sweating.