Hyperhidrosis is a disease where sufferers sweat excessively for "no
apparent reason." In other words, the person afflicted by sweat is
not doing anything that would normally cause sweating... but they
sweat excessively anyway.
When the sweating does not make sense in the context of the person's
daily life now, the answer lies in past lives. Here are some past life
causes of present life Hyperhidrosis (also spelled as Hyperhydrosis):
In past lives, when people normally wore
heavy clothes year round, sweating was rarely noticed. So for individuals
in high stress positions where they could not afford to show signs of
stress by either word or look, sweat became the outlet. In past lives,
the sweating was never apparent to anyone but the person themself. Now
when these same people become stressed they continue not to show it by
words or looks but it simply pours out of them as excessive sweat. With
thinner clothes, everyone now sees the person sweating.
In past lives, when people normally lived in filthy
conditions, their sense of smell was usually burned out before they could
walk. When people were fearful, sweating was a natural response to the
situation. In past lives, there was much to be fearful about: if wars,
disease, and natural disaster did not get you, then man's inhumanity to man
would. People were injured and killed for no reason and death lurked around
every corner. When people lived in constant fear, they usually lived with
constant sweat caused by non-stop fear.
Chronic Lack of Self Acceptance:
How we have routinely viewed
ourselves in past lives is a huge factor in the amount of self acceptance
and self love we have today. If, in past lives, we never loved or
accepted ourselves, excessive sweat now challenges us to break that pattern.
The challenge comes when our body chooses to sweat excessively and we react
to it by our thoughts.
Do we forgive ourselves, knowing that our body is
literally crying out for our love? Or do we continue the pattern of refusing
to love ourselves, beating ourselves up yet again for perceived shortcomings?
As long as self love is lacking, sweat will be abundant.
Sweat is the body's way of regulating its temperature in response to the
environment. When people are exerting themselves or are an overly hot
environment, they expect to sweat. When the sweat is not in response to
physical conditions and is beyond what is necessary to cool the body, it
The involuntary nervous system maintains the five million or so sweat
glands throughout the body. Two-thirds of sweat glands are located in
the hands which is why sweaty palms are the worst area for Hyperhidrosis
sufferers. Excessive sweating can also happen in the face, armpit,
hands, and feet.
When Hyperhidrosis is treated with traditional physical treatments -AND-
the person continues to exhibit the same thoughts, attitudes, and
behaviors which caused them to come into agreement with Hyperhidrosis
in the first place, it will resurface. Only when the individual shifts
into greater levels of love and compassion for others will they shift
into greater love for themselves... and the unwanted sweat will be
karmically released. When the life lesson associated with Hyperhidrosis
is "absorbed" into the person's body-mind, the "disempowering" trait or
behavior falls away over a period of time usually measured in years.
It is the person's response to their problem of sweating that
holds the key.
If the sweat is caused by unmanaged stress-fear, the
individual needs to start actively managing their stress. The
gives strategies for doing that.
If the sweat is caused by lack of self love, then the
will help those suffering from masochistic
vanity to build up their levels of self love and self esteem.
When the life lesson associated with Hyperhidrosis has been
fully learned and "absorbed" into the person's body-mind, the
"disempowering" trait or behavior will fall away. Going back to
the past via past life healing can free those "afflicted" from
repeating these lessons in future and from reincarnating with
is included in the above descriptions of Hyperhidrosis syndromes.