Reality TV personality, Cameran Eubanks, knows a thing or two about managing a busy life with hyperhidrosis, both on and off screen. Watch to see how living with hyperhidrosis for over 25 years has impacted her, and how her support system helps her manage this real medical condition.
“Regardless of the weather or clothing, my sweating is out of control.”
“Regardless of the weather or clothing, my sweating is out of control. I've been in cold, snowy weather and I still sweat to the point where my clothes are wet. Not only is this situation uncomfortable, but the sweat causes my armpits to feel twice as cold from being wet.”
“I have always had a problem with my excessive sweating.”
“I have always had a problem with my excessive sweating. I used to be embarrassed being a college student walking around campus because by the time I made it to class I was drenched in sweat. When I would take off my backpack, my shirt looked like I dipped it into a puddle of water.”
“It is very hard to dress nicely. I have to find patterns that hide wetness.”
“It is very hard to dress nicely. I have to find patterns that hide wetness. I also have to replace shirts more frequently because darker colors fade while lighter colors stain. It can be very annoying, as well as embarrassing, when you have sweat stains and you haven't been doing anything.”
Brittany is a mother, an artist, and someone who has been living with hyperhidrosis, a real medical condition, for most of her life. Here’s her story.
Listen to Brittany talk about the challenges she faces with excessive sweating on a daily basis and how those challenges impact social situations.
Find out how Brittany deals with excessive sweating and how it makes her feel.
Excessive sweating doesn’t have to keep you from feeling good. Get tips to help you manage excessive sweating, plus advice for dressing with hyperhidrosis.
Discover what it is, how it affects Brittany, and how it differs from other types of excessive sweating.
Hear Brittany explain how she felt once her excessive sweating was diagnosed as hyperhidrosis and why she feels that talking about the condition is so important.