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Hyperhidrosis Help



If you have hyperhidrosis, you know how challenging it is to wear shoes and sandals in comfort. Summer Soles sandal insoles have been recognized as a great new stay-dry invention by the International Hyperhidrosis Society.


"We applaud summersoles.com's novel effort to help women alleviate the isolation and embarrassment often caused by [hyperhidrosis]."



– The International Hyperhidrosis Society Executive Director, Lisa J. Pieretti



Tested and Reviewed for Hyperhidrosis Help
Meet Mamie and Karen – two very important people – both customers and patients with Plantar Hyperhidrosis. They joined our Advisory Board and help design and test Summer Soles new sandal insoles for wearability with any form of sweating feet.

"Before Summer Soles I was never able to wear cute summer shoes. I literally slipped and sloshed around in anything other than a flip flop. I use the Softness of Suede style and they have changed my life!"

-- Mamie Adams, TX
Hyperhidrosis Patient


Tips:
"I like to trim the first one, then use it for a template for the other. I also find that putting the heel in 1st works best."

How long they last:
"I have two kids and am very active throughout the day. If I wear the same open-toe shoes all day, and through the week, they'll last me about 7 days. When I rotate through my footwear throughout the week – they last much longer before I pop a new one in."

"I finally have the freedom to wear sandals without embarrassment. They're easy to use, work with all my shoes and are very inexpensive."

-- Karen Noel, PA
Hyperhidrosis Patient


Tips:
"Change them out more frequently when it's hot and humid."

How long they last:
"I let them air out between wearings. A 3-pack will last about 12 weeks."

Hyperhidrosis vs Sweaty Feet. How do I know the difference?
The International Hyperhidrosis Society displays a worksheet you can fill out. It has simple question you should ask yourself. Since everyone's feet sweat, it is important to gauge the amount of feet sweating and the affect that it has on your daily life. Questions the Hyperhidrosis Society recommends you ask yourself include things like:
1. How many times per day do you think or worry about sweaty feet?
2. How many times per day do you change your socks or shoes?
3. Have you used or do you carry "supplies (such as extra socks and shoes, napkins, powders, antiperspirants, or towels) to help you manage your feet sweat?
4. How often do you have to purchase new clothing or shoes?
5. Do you find that you make such purchases more frequently than other people?
Many more questions like these can be found and the International Hyperhidrosis Society's webpage titled Diagnosing Hyperhidrosis.

Hyperhidrosis and friction
A small percentage of patients have a form of Hyperhidrosis that is aggravated or brought-on by friction with certain materials or fabrics. If you are someone who has this condition, Summer Soles may or may not work for you, but we encourage you to give us a try. Softness of Suede often work best. If you can wear suede-bottomed shoes, you can wear Summer Soles! We have a 100% money back guarantee if you are not happy for any reason. It's better to try than not try at all. Most of our customers love them!

Hyperhidrosis deodorant and foot deodorant
When used in combination with Summer Soles, many customers find foot deodorant or prescription hyperhidrosis deodorant make wearing summer footwear a joy again. We're big fans of trying simple steps first, so do try this combination – it may be just the thing you've been looking for.

Hyperhidrosis and Plantar Hyperhidrosis. Who has Plantar Hyperhidrosis?
It is estimated that nearly 8 million people in the U.S. suffer from Hyperhidrosis (2.8% of the population). Prevalence projections from a 2004 study indicate that Plantar Hyperhidrosis is less common than other forms. The study reports that 50.8% of U.S. Hyperhidrosis sufferers have Axillary Hyperhidrosis in combination with other forms of Hyperhidrosis. Another 25% have Palmar Hyperhidrosis alone or in combination with other forms of Hyperhidrosis. It is assumed that Plantar Hyperhidrosis sufferers make up a fraction of these "other forms."