#1
Ever since I began playing guitar early 2006, I began sweating hardout whenever I played. My armpits, hands, and feet as well seriously just begin sweating really bad. I use Lynx (Axe in the US) anti perspirant deordorant on my underarms which works a bit but the hands and feet still sweat.

This only begun when I started playing guitar, but now I have random periods of time when I just start sweating randomly. Does anyone else have this?

EDIT: I'm 14.
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Last edited by hazardmaster at Dec 13, 2008,
#2
maybe just the onset of puberty
i couldnt be bothered to find out how old you are, so i'd guess that its puberty :P
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At least you don't sweat primarily from your ass
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#7
Your profile says you're 13, so yeah, puberty is an excellent guess.
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at least you dont have more hair on your ass than you can grow on your face
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#9
welcome to puberty.
good times.
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at least you dont have more hair on your ass than you can grow on your face



same here my good friend
same here
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#12
try keeping hands and feet dry like changing socks and keep a towel for your hands but make sure to regularly wash the towel
#13
i dunno, but i have acid hands. when i play, my hands sweat very badly (not my whole body however) and if i play, say, 30 minutes with a guitar, the next day the strings will be red with rust. So i have to use coated strings (which i like the feel of better anyway) and wipe my neck and fretboard down so they don't get sticky and rough.

#14
You probably have hyper hydrosis. It's a fun condition.
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Sounds like you're becoming a young man to me.
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I agree with all the "puberty" comments. IDK what you would do about it though...consider chalking your hands if it's really that bad, although that could affect your playing negatively.
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At least you don't sweat primarily from your ass


i get that










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