Hyperhidrosis is diagnosed by patient report and a physical examination. In many cases the physician can directly observe the excessive sweating
Hyperhidrosis is a condition where a person sweats excessively, much more than the body needs to regulate its temperature. Excessive sweating usually doesn't pose a serious threat to person's health but it can be embarrassing and inconvenient.
A proven treatment option for excessive sweating when antiperspirants fail is - BOTOX!
Botulinum toxin type-A, commonly known as 'Botox', a treatment given by injection into the skin, approved by US FDA for treating localized hyperhidrosis of the armpits (axilla).
Botox is a preparation of protein which, when small doses are injected into the skin, does not let the chemical messenger reach the nerves that supply the sweat glands; this prevents the glands from producing sweat in the treated area. The sweat continues to be produced elsewhere in the body as Botox does not spread throughout the body.
The treatment is not a cure for hyperhidrosis but provides relief for four to eight months following treatment.
Since Axilla (underarm sweating) contributes very little to the overall temperature regulation and release of salt from the body, minimizing sweating in this area is harmless.
Frequency of treatment: results of one treatment session last for four to eight months.
The best clinic to get this treatment is Reva Aesthetics!
Yes, you can buy Antihydral and it really works. Good Luck Drysol Dab On Antiperspirant that contains 20% aluminum chloride hexahydrate may help. For palmer hyperhidrosis, it would be better if you try iontophoresis, which treat excessive hands sweating by passing low intensity electric current through the skin of the hands. This method is recommended by the International Hyperhidrosis Society.
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When a person is diagnosed with facial hyperhidrosis, they tend to suffer from excessive sweating from the face, scalp or head. It is considerably more than the body requires to control its temperature. It is very common for people to be affected by hyperhidrosis, as one million people in the United Kingdom are diagnosed with hyperhidrosis.
Generalized hyperhidrosis may affect the entire body
Dermatologists typically treat hyperhidrosis.
You can ask a thoracic surgeon. They know the causes, symptoms, and treatments for hyperhidrosis. You can learn more here: http://hyperhidrosismd.com/hyperhidrosis
The only permanent cure for hyperhidrosis of the palms is a surgical procedure known as a sympathectomy
Emotionally induced hyperhidrosis typically affects the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, and the armpits
Hyperhidrosis is not associated with increased mortality; it primarily affects the patient's quality of life rather than longevity
A group of dermatologists in Virginia reported in 2004 that 2.8% of the United States population, or about 7.8 million persons, have hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis may also contribute to such skin diseases as athlete's foot (tinea pedis) and contact dermatitis
It usually begins at puberty
This is a medical condition that is known as Hyperhidrosis. People with this disorder may even sweat in certain areas when the temperature is cool or when they are at rest. When excessive sweating is involved in hands, feet, or armpits, it is known as focal (or primary) hyperhidrosis. Primary hyperhidrosis seems to only affect 2-3% of the entire population. I suffer from hyperhidrosis myself! It isn't very fun.