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 Title & Authors
Relationship between Hyperhydrosis and Sasang Constitution
Oh, Jin-Ah; Ko, Ho-Yeon; Shin, Mi-Ran;
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 Abstract
Objectives The study is to investigate the correlations for the characteristics of perspiration and the ordinary symptoms between normal and hyper-hidrosis patient's group according to Sasang Constitution.Methods We have investigated to survey about ordinary symptoms, the characteristics of perspiration and quality of life of Normal group and Hyper-hidrosis group.Results & Conclusions Taeeumin showed a tendency of overeat and was sensitive to Heat. Soeumin showed a tendency of Emotional anxiety and was sensitive to Cold. Sweating situation : Taeeumin showed a tendency of sweating a lot in many situations. Nervous was related to hyper-hidrosis in Taeeumin and Soeumin. Taeeumin and Soeumin showed a tendency of sweating at back in Normal group. In hyper-hidrosis group, Taeeumin and Soeumin showed a tendency of sweating at hand and foot and. Soyangin showed a tendency of sweating at foot.
 Keywords
Hyperhidrosis;Sasang constitutional medicine;Ordinary symptoms;Perspiration;Sweat;
 Language
Korean
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