Excessive Sweating

Sweating is the body's natural way of staying cool, but for some people excessive sweating - or Hyperhidrosis - can be a life-altering condition. It can disrupt all aspects of a person's life, from career choices and recreational activities to relationships, emotional well-being, and self-image.

Hyperhidrosis is a true medical condition affecting about 3% of the population, although many people go undiagnosed. The condition most commonly presents itself on the hands, feet, underarms, head and face. There is good news for people suffering from hyperhidrosis.

SIGNS & SYMPTOMS

  • Visible sweating: When you are not exerting yourself, do you often see beads of sweat on your skin or have sweat-soaked clothing? Do you sweat when you’re sitting?

  • Sweating interferes with everyday activities: Does sweating cause difficulty holding a pen, walking, or turning a doorknob? Does sweat drip heavily on to your papers or computer?

  • Skin turns soft, white, and peels in certain areas: Does your skin stay wet for long periods?

  • Skin infections: Do you get frequent skin infections on the parts of your body that sweat heavily? Athlete’s foot and jock itch are common skin infections

TREATMENTS
One of the most common treatments for improving hyperhidrosis is Botox. This treatment is injected into the underarms, hands, head, or feet. Results last approximately 3 to 4 months.
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