Treatment for hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)

People who suffer from excessive sweating are often at a social disadvantage. Excessive sweating occurs due to hyperactive sweat glands, usually on a limited area of the skin such as palms, armpits, feet, lumbar region, groin and back of the neck. Hyperhidrosis can be constitutional or sympathetic: occurring with chronic infectious or endocrine diseases, peripheral neuropathies, etc. During puberty, pregnancy and menopause hyperhidrosis is hormone-dependent. Hyperhidrosis is treated using various antiperspirants or bathing, or in the realm of aesthetic medicine and plastic surgery also with botulinum toxin (Botox) and laser and radiofrequency treatments. Surgical procedures are also available to treat excessive sweating.

Published: 2015-07-15

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