Diagnose Yourself


How bad is my hyperhidrosis? Are my sweaty hands normal?

We hear these questions so frequently and wanted to give you a simple guide to know if your case is severe enough to require hyperhidrosis treatment.

How would you rate the severity of your Hyperhidrosis symptoms?

If you find yourself rating 3 or 4, we recommend you to receive treatment as soon as possible.

There are always going to be limitations to reading blogs and watching videos about your symptoms and what they mean. However, with our doctors, you stand a better chance of identifying your symptoms and getting treated.

Does Hyperhidrosis affect your daily life?

Social life

57% had difficulties interacting with others and this severely affects their social life.

Effects on hobbies

41% said that they had difficulty of holding books without getting the pages soaked. Other hobbies such as golf is also affected. Golfers with sweaty palms can lose their golf club after a strong swing.

Daily household chores

73% reported difficulties with various activities associated with the summer months such as gardening and mowing, doing barbeque, and going to open air concerts.


75% reported problems with using touch technologies such as computer-keyboards, computer-mouse, mobile phones and touch screens interfaces.

Negative emotions

69% had experienced some emotional problems. Patients were often embarrassed and were often anxious about sweat breaking out at any moment.

Which part of your body is affected by Hyperhidrosis?

Focal hyperhidrosis only affects certain parts of the body, most commonly the armpits, hands, feet or face. Meanwhile, if it affects the entire body, it is known as generalised hyperhidrosis.

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