Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)

60-70% of the body weight of an adult consists of water. Metabolism, both for keeping the body temperature constant and emitting the toxins, occasionally perspires, and that is totally normal. Yet, some people sweat excessively, which is called Hyperhidrosis.

What are the causes for Hyperhidrosis?

Perspiration that is to keep the balance of the body occurs excessively in some people. Hyperhidrosis, publicly known as excessive sweating, is the term to define the excessive perspiring of the body due to various reasons.

While Hyperhidrosis might stem form the underlying health issues, it also may develop without any apparent reason. This condition, with its primer and seconder types, differs from person to person.

Excessive sweating might be seen in hands (palms) or feet. This may be to such an extent that it affects the daily routine, social life, education, business life, and psychological condition.

Treatment for Hyperhidrosis

Patients complaining about excessive sweating must get assistance from a Dermatologist. Sometimes unsuccessfully trying to cover this issue with roll-ons or perfumes, patients must be treated for this problem.

Treatment with Botox

Botox application in excessive sweating issues produces successful results. Thanks to this procedure, sweating can be prevented by injecting Botox into the armpits, palms, or under the feet. However, Botox used for sweating is effective for merely 4-6 months. Hence, the treatment must be repeated accordingly.