Are You Suffering From Any of the Following Emotional or Physical Symptoms?
✓ any type of hyperhidrosis (in any level of severity) on your face, cheeks, palms, underarms, or feet?
✓ you get sweat patches on dark or baggy shirts?
✓ you put tissues under your arms to soak up the sweat?
✓ you overuse antiperspirant deodorants all day long without visible relief?
✓ you avoid hugging, drawing attention to yourself, or close contact with people?
✓ you obsess over your sweating condition?
✓ you spend a lot of money on drugs and over the counters that do not seem to work?
✓ you want to treat your hyperhidrosis but don’t know which treatment is right for you due to information overload?
✓ you are completely fed up of the embarrassing symptoms and are desperate to find a solution that actually works.
What is hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive sweating. Whilst sweating is one way we regulate our body temperature, people with hyperhidrosis sweat far more than is normal.
The main symptom of hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating. People with hyperhidrosis experience sweating in different parts of the body and at different times. This can cause a number of embarrassing symptoms and the most common parts of the body where excessive sweating can take place includes any of the following:
Sweating can also cause skin infections and the psychological impact of the symptoms can be worse than the symptoms alone, as the the embarrassing visual symptoms which can be socially determined as a lack of cleanliness can impact on a persons confidence and self-esteem. The sufferer may be very self conscious on how the appear outwardly and constantly worrying about the perception others have of them, as well as have having to constantly monitor their personal hygiene and worry if the symptoms are becoming worse including visibly noticeable to others, by sight and smell.
In people with hyperhidrosis, the nerves responsible for triggering the sweat glands are overactive. There are two types of hyperhidrosis. In primary focal hyperhidrosis, there is no underlying cause for the condition, and sweating tends to occur in specific areas – especially the underarms, hands and feet, face or head. In secondary generalized hyperhidrosis, sweating is caused by another health condition or a medication, and sweating tends to occur over larger areas of the body.
4 Important Myths About Hyperhidrosis
Myth #1: There is an overload of conflicting information and often ineffective advice on how to treat hyperhidrosis.
Myth #2: Hyperhidrosis medication is not the solution to excessive sweating, at best it may help to suppress some of the symptoms in the short term, however it can actually make your hyperhidrosis worse, and that’s if you can get over the embarrassment and visit your doctor in the first place.
Myth #3: Creams, antiperspirants, and astringent agents do not cure hyperhidrosis, they only tackle the symptoms. As soon as they are washed off, the sweating is back!
Myth #4: Hyperhidrosis is not only a problem with your skin but a warning sign of an internal and systematic problem. It’s a symptom of a disorder that affects your whole body and manifests as hyperhidrosis. Since our bodies are designed to protect us against skin disorders such as hyperhidrosis, it is simply a warning sign that something is wrong inside your body and needs to be corrected. Failing to diagnose and fix this problem in a timely manner can result in far more severe and chronic symptoms and disorders which can seriously endanger your health and wellbeing
RTT and Hyperhidrosis
I could spend hours covering all the different treatments currently available for hyperhidrosis from the creams at the Pharmacy that don’t work to the botox clinics offering botox which has to be repeated. As a sufferer of hyperhidrosis myself, I never found anything that actually dealt with the root cause, and any temporary relief was very limited. I found some of the products on the shelf even painful and causing rashes.
I never thought I would be able to cure it, and it was by chance that I realised that I actually had made a difference. I was training with Marisa Peer to become a RTT practitioner. RTT is an extremely dynamic, fast and effective therapy which is designed to uncover the root cause of your issue/s, free you from any self-defeating beliefs/patterns and imprint new positive and powerful messages into your subconscious to produce permanent life changing results.
As part of training, one of the case studies was for a lady who had suffered with sweaty hands and feet since being a young child. To train to be an RTT practitioner, you are actually going through the therapy yourself, as there are lots of recordings of actual live sessions, and the lady with the sweaty palms was one of them. When I was listening to the session and studying the scripts, I never considered that it was also working for me also. Once day when I was going through my clothes to wash, I realised that I didn’t need to sort my tops and shirts into a separate pile to do a pre clean before the washing machine cycle, and the penny dropped and the realisation that something had changed kicked in. So I did a little test, where I put on a dark coloured shirt, this would have been a complete ‘NO-NO’ previously, as usually with 10 mins of wearing I would have dark circles under my arms, and felt wet sweaty palms and then start having to cover up, I knew at this point, this was different.
So the next thing I did was take the script and adapt it slightly, I made a recording and then listened to myself guide myself through the RTT process. The RTT is a toolkit, there is specific process that you guide a client through and it goes far more into depth than just hypnosis. In a nutshell, the process I mapped out for myself went like this:
✓ guided into self-hypnosis to access the sub-conscious mind.
✓ guided regression into four scenes which were pivital to the source of the problem
✓ detecting the meaning attached to the scenes
✓ using Command Cell Therapy to change the expression of the symptoms
✓ using a Healing Vortex to heal the symptom
✓ using Marisa Peer’s trademark “I am enough” script, to heal the confidence and self-esteem issues I had as a result of feeling inadequate
If you have tried everything else and all else has failed then maybe this could be for you too.
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Kirsty Terry, Msc, BSc, R(Nutr), RTT™, AFMCP™
Kirsty is a Healthpreneur and uses the modalities of Functional Medicine, Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT™) and Bioenergetic Health Screening to help her clients achieve their optimum health and vitality naturally.
Kirsty is passionate about how the mind and body works together in creating the onset of illness and combines psycho-emotional, energetic, physical and meta-physical approaches for a truly comprehensive, radically wholistic approach to health and wellness.
She helps her clients to get to, and understand the root cause of their health challenges, and helps them address the lifestyles changes required break free from managing symptoms and achieve their optimum health and vitality.
For anyone who is sick, stuck or just fed-up with the ongoing pattern of managing only symptoms. Her unique combination of modalities provides a truly comprehensive and wholistic approach to achieving health which are non-invasive, painless and a drug-free.
When I'm not trying to heal the world, I'm a Zumba queen, or blissing out with a good meditation