Tony Opens Up About the Social Implications of Hyperhidrosis

Tony has dealt with the symptoms of palmer hyperhidrosis since middle school. He thought he’d never be able to date or live our a normal social existence with this problem.

I can completely relate to some of the daily social interactions that most people take for granted. High fives that awkwardly turn into fist bumps, passing your sweaty video game controller to friend, avoiding activities like playing basketball; are just a handful of lifestyle differences that Hyperhidrosis sufferers have to deal with.

Although Tony did have success using the Drionic device, it just became too uncomfortable a treatment to incorporate into his life long-term.

He’s thought about ETS as a surgical solution but the risks far outweigh the reward in his eyes. As his journey continues towards a sweat-free life, he generously shares this video diary with you. Thanks Tony!

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