How Do I Identify Anhidrosis?

-A reduced ability to perspire may be noticed in one localized area, in scattered locations or throughout the body.
-The main indicator of this condition is a very low volume of sweat or the complete absence of sweat even in hot conditions or other conditions where normal individuals would usually perspire.
-A fuller list of symptoms appears below:

  • Perspiring very little or not at all, even in a hot climate or while exerting oneself physically.
  • Weakness.
  • Cramping muscles.
  • Dizziness.
  • Elevated heartbeat.
  • Flushed skin.
  • Feeling overheated (hyperthermia).
  • Nausea.