Hoi! Thanks for your answer. First of all I'd like to say: stay away from alcohol!
In Poland drinking is a common problem, since ever. I used to drink with my maatjes even before school. I'm from the Danzig coastal area where it was not that bad but we had enough reason to start drinking everyday. I believe I was kinda heavily addicted already when I moved to Arnhem. Even with 19 years this is nothing special in Poland. However, I'm not saying that all polish people are permanently drunk! LOL
When I once began to study here I was pretty much out of my mind and I had no self confidence at all (-> lekker meisjes). I was like: How on earth should I manage to get through ALL this?! Foreign country, immigration, studies, tests and so on ... I had depressions and was close to leave Holland hastily. But I tried. Got me Trevilor (as mentioned) first. Then I started to reduce drinking tremendously (with a little help of weed), nowadays I enjoy my beer at the Rhine and that's okay.
Concerning my sweating problem, alcohol seems to be a "wondeful" remedy. As you may know, alcohol reduces the function of cerebral transmitters heavily (the more you drunk ...). As sweating is mostly controlled by the sympathicus
nervous system, the perspiration will be reduced with an increased alcohol level. Of course this is the worst solution one could think of! After a very short time the body needs more alcohol to calm down (the sweating). One could get addicted fast. On the other hand, alcohol abuse will lead to damages of the nervous system (neuropathies). The sweating could get out of control completly. At last, alcohol and the steady feeling of guilt and craving will lead to the loss of self-confidence. Depressions and forced misbehaviours will occur.
" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; I found something more on this topic: "Nerves and nerve tracts – especially as a part of the sympathetic nervous system – are present all over the body and they are responsible for transmitting the right signals concerning the bodily temperature to the brain. The sympathetic chain is responsible for controlling the sweat glands all over the body. In some cases, an affected functioning of the nerves may result in misleading informations, leading to excessive sweating. A major part of the central nervous system is the spinal cord which when affected by syringolmyelia, tumors or lesions may trigger the onset of abnormal transpiration. Peripheral neuropathies can also trigger Hyperhidrosis."
Got to go ... laters!