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Hyperhidrosis Or Excessive Sweating In The Armpits: How To Control And Attenuate Its Effects.

However, not all of us sweat excessively. Sweat glands are located on the surface of our skin, but they can also be found in the armpits, feet and other areas.

Hyperhidrosis is a condition that makes you sweat more than normal.

It is defined as sweating for longer periods of time than normal or more often than normal.

There are two main types of hyperhidrosis:

Primary : When the cause of excessive sweating is due to an illness.

Secondary : When excessive sweating is caused by medication, medical procedures, or other reasons.

People who suffer from secondary sweating are generally unaware that their condition exists.

The Main Problems of Excessive Underarm Sweating

1 – Affects the person’s social life;

2 – Generates an unpleasant odor;

3 – E generates Low self-esteem;

One of the main problems that hyperhidrosis causes is the change in social life. It is not uncommon for the patient to stop doing some activities because of the problem.

Situations that generate anxiety such as job interviews, presentations or a date can become a real martyrdom.

In addition, the fact that you are always with wet armpits can cause physical discomfort that only people with this problem know about.

Are there effective treatments to control this hyperhidrosis?

The causes of this hyperhidrosis are diverse and can be caused by medical problems, medications, other reasons.

The symptoms of hyperhidrosis tend to be the same in both men and women, but there are some differences in women’s hyperhidrosis.

This can often manifest itself as underarm sweating or excessive sweating in the groin area and this can affect a woman’s ability to work and socialize.

Hyperhidrosis can affect men or women at any age, starting in adolescence.

Is there a quick and efficient solution without the need for surgical intervention?

Yes. With the application of botulinum toxin, it is possible to reduce excessive sweating in the armpits by up to 90% for up to 6 months.

To perform this procedure, a fine needle is used whose function is to inject small amounts of botulinum toxin into the skin of the armpits, close to the sweat glands responsible for excessive sweating.

To reduce the pain of stings, anesthetic creams, ice or vibrating devices are used.

Toxin injections do not cure hyperhidrosis, they only eliminate the problem for a while.

After this period, symptoms gradually reappear and require follow-up with regular injections.

Although the effect is not permanent, patients who suffer from excessive sweating report an improvement in their quality of life in the long term, as they know that this treatment option is simple and effective.

Benefits of treatment for axillary hyperhidrosis with BOTOX

  • Performed at the clinic in just 30 minutes.
  • It can reduce sweat production and bad odor by more than 90%
  • Fast recovery and rare complications
  • Does not require time off from work.
  • Safe alternative to surgery (sympathectomy)

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“I would just like to congratulate you, this procedure helped me a lot when I suffered from my hyperhidrosis.” Joanna, London

“My wife is suffering from excessive sweating in her armpits. She tried to get a prescription for an antiperspirant but was unsuccessful. After undergoing this procedure, she found relief and today she also recommends it to others who suffer”. Andrew, England

“I have been trying to find a solution to this problem for a year. I didn’t want to use an antiperspirant as I know it will stay in my body for days and make my underarms smell bad. After I discovered the botulinum toxin procedure I decided to give it a try. I’m happy with the results”. Marlene, London

Other people may not want to use an antiperspirant, especially those who have tried using hundreds of brands to no avail. Bortulin toxin can be used as a simple alternative and is proven to be over 90% effective!

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