Excessive Sweating Treatment (Hyperhidrosis)
Sweating is the body’s natural response to certain conditions such as exercise, hot weather, stress and feelings of anger or fear. As the body warms up, the sweat allows for rapid cooling and regulation of body heat.
In contrast, hyperhidrosis is a condition in which the body sweats more than usual and exceeds the amount required to regulate body temperature. It is a common problem which usually begins during adolescence, but may occur at any age, causing uncontrollable sweating. It affects three main areas of the body- armpits, palms and face.
Excessive sweating may be frustrating and many feel embarrassed by needing to frequently change clothing and avoid social situations. Today there are a variety of treatments available that can solve this condition and improve your quality of life.
About the Procedure
Hyperhidrosis treatments regulate overactivity of the sweat glands. The main ways to treat this condition is by injecting Botox into the problem areas. The treatment results in a decrease in sweat production and is considered to be very safe and effective providing satisfactory results.
Another approach is a surgical procedure in which the nerves that trigger excessive sweat production are severed.
Each hyperhidrosis treatment procedure begins with a consultation during which a treatment plan will be coordinated and catered to your individual needs and expectations.
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The purpose of hyperhidrosis treatment is to make you feel comfortable, restore confidence, avoid embarrassment and upgrade your quality of life
Botox treatment for hyperhidrosis is considered a simple and quick procedure and does not require special preparations.
If one takes blood thinners (Aspirin or Coumadin) on a regular basis, it is recommended to stop taking them a week before the injections.
Questions and Answers
The procedure itself is extremely quick and usually takes only a few minutes.
Anyone who feels disturbed by regular excessive sweating in the palms of the hands, armpits or face, and is interested in treating the condition, is a suitable candidate.
Botox treatment for hyperhidrosis is considered a simple and quick procedure that does not require special preparations.
It is recommended to stop taking blood thinners (such as Aspirin or Coumadin) approximately one week before the procedure.
Before the Botox injection, numbing cream will be placed on the targeted area. Once numb, with the use of a fine needle, the Botox will be injected.
Immediately after the end of the procedure you may return to full routine activity.
Botox injections are considered safe, but there may be some mild side effects after treatment.
Slight redness or bruising in the injected area which will pass after a few hours.
Botox injections performed on the palm may cause localized weakness but will fade after a few days.
In some rare cases, repeated Botox treatment may cause tolerance to the material leading to a reduced effectiveness of the treatment.
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