Do not dread another sweaty day
Nobody likes that sweaty, sticky feeling you get on really hot days. It is enough to make anyone crave a long, cool shower and an icy drink, but for sufferers of hyperhidrosis the problem can go beyond mere discomfort and the feeling that a clean shirt would be a good idea. Sweating is necessary, as if we couldn’t sweat, we would overheat and possibly die, but it can sometimes get out of control.
Excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis is a recognised medical condition. When the body sweats far more than it needs to the results can be embarrassing, unsightly, smelly, and generally difficult to deal with. Women can suffer just as much as men. It may be worse in hot weather or occur even when temperatures are relatively low both inside and out.
The good news is that treatment is available. It doesn’t call for major cosmetic surgery and is usually relatively cheap, simple, and non-invasive.
Botox isn’t just an effective method for dealing with wrinkles and aging skin, it can also be used to reduce sweat levels and return the body’s response to a normal, reasonable level. This is excellent news for anyone who suffers from a sweating disorder.
Help is available. There is no need to spend a fortune on anti-perspirant and keep the air-conditioning turned up to the maximum – that may not even help. We have a high level of experience when it comes to treating hyperhidrosis and associated problems, and can advise you on the best course of action and treatment.