Answers to Excessive Sweating
Posted on October 01 2015
Ever been embarrassed about excessive sweating, causing stains in the underarm area, or not being able to wear the clothes you want? Or does sweating affect your confidence at work and in relationships?
Sweating is a physiological (normal) function regulated by your nervous system. Most of us sweat normally to maintain our body temperature in warm/hot conditions, but sometimes it can become disordered and troublesome even in the absence of these factors.
You are not alone. Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is common with a US study suggesting 2.8% of the population suffering a focal (limited to certain parts of the body) hyperhidrosis. This can be quite troublesome depending on the part of the body involved, and is often rated more severe for its impact on quality of life than many serious chronic medical diseases. The axillary (or underarm) region is the most common area, closely followed by the palms and feet, and then face and head regions.
But there is an answer!
Sweat Free injections temporarily blocks the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate sweat glands. When the sweat glands don’t receive chemical signals, severe sweating is reduced.
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