Sweating is a normal response of your body to heat: when you get hot you start to sweat, which will cool down your body.
When you have fever it is very likely that you will break out in a sweat, as your body temperature is higher than normal.
But some people sweat excessively without having fever, which is often the result of some other condition.
If the heavy sweating has no underlying medical cause, it is called primary hyperhidrosis. This type of sweating often occurs when the nerves responsible for triggering your sweat glands become overactive and ask for more perspiration, even when not needed. On might have excessive sweat glands in the hands, feet and armpits.
If the excessive sweating can be attributed to an underlying medical condition, then it’s called secondary hyperhidrosis. Following conditions may lead to sweat excessively: menopause, certain medications, psychiatric problems.
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Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating affects 1 person per hundred. This is off course an uncomfortable phenomenon.
You could try to deal with your excessive sweating yourselves by:
- Paying special attention to hygiene
- Wearing natural fabrics and multi-layered clothing
- Controling your weight
- Reducing stress
If sweating causes too much concern and you fail to cope with it on your own, you should try a treatment with botuline toxine injections.
In order to reduce the excessive sweating Botox® will be injected. The effect of the Botox® injection will be apparent as from 1 to 3 days after the treatment.
Scientific studies have shown that the sweating has decreased with 87% one week afer the injection with botuline toxine. The full effect of hyperhidrosis will be apparent after two weeks and wil remain for approximately 6 to 9 months. The botuline treatment can be repeated after this period.
Treatment for excessive sweating armpits (hyperhidrosis): Prices in Euros
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