Every damn time I go to a class or doctor's appointment or anywhere I have to sit stationary around people for an extended period of time I sweat. More specifically, my palms, feet, lower back, and groin sweat. When I come home and take off my clothes, my socks are usually soaked and my underwear is as well. Something else interesting though, this happens when I am playing video games even when by myself, or thinking about a past or future event that I am anxious and/or frustrated about. Also, I remember it happened while studying alone for an upcoming exam. I guess its my perfectionist attitude that I must do and act absolutely perfect and I strive so hard for it that it taxes my arousal centers. I know perfection doesn't exist. I thought I made headway in realizing that I am fooling myself to think I or anyone can really do anything perfectly. I guess I probably fooled myself into believing that I was getting better but apparently my body reactions are telling me otherwise. Cognitively, I really feel I am getting much better at looking at things rationally and honestly do not feel as stressed and nervous around others as I used to. My body is still, unfortunately, giving the same old stress response time after time. Can anybody relate or have any suggestions on how to calm these stress reactions down? Anyone ever use bio or nuero-feedback to help with this?