there are ways to help control the symptoms. They include:
-Antiperspirants. Special over-the-counter or prescription sprays, lotions, and roll-ons can help control symptoms.
-Iontophoresis. This treatment uses low-level electrical impulses to temporarily disable the sweat glands.
-Medications. Some drugs can stop the sweat glands from kicking into action.
-Botox. Injections of Botox can temporarily stop the nerves from triggering excessive sweating. It is approved for treatment of excessive underarm sweating.
-Surgery. One approach is to cut a nerve in the chest that triggers excessive sweating. Another is to surgically remove some of the sweat glands.
Secondary hyperhidrosis(that has a medical cause) can often be treated too, although the right approach depends on the condition causing it.
Check with a dermatologist doctor he will assess your condition ,know the cause do further tests and give the appropriate treatment that works for you.