Treatment for Sweating
Sweating is a normal and essential function of our bodies. In response to heat or elevated temperatures, the body sweats to keep itself cool and maintain a normal core temperature.
Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a common medical condition. It is defined as sweating beyond the physiological needs of the body. It most noticeably affects the palms of the hands, the sole of the feet and the armpits. Men are usually more badly affected than women. This condition can have a significant negative impact on work/productivity, leisure activities, and emotional well-being.
In milder cases of hyperhidrosis, in addition to deodorants and antiperspirants, certain changes in life style can be sometimes helpful, such as avoidance of additional stress and synthetic clothes, weight loss, and avoidance of spicy and excessively salted food. However, in more badly affected patients, these treatment modalities offer only marginal relief.
Hyperhidrosis can be very effectively treated with Anti-Wrinkle Treatment. The procedure is very safe and works by preventing the release of a chemical that signals the sweat glands to activate. Consequently, the sweat glands stop producing sweat altogether. Anti-Wrinkle Treatment has been found to markedly improve the quality of life of patients afflicted with Hyperhidrosis. Results can last for 6 to 10 months.