Excessive Sweating Treatment


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Say no to sweating…

Do you suffer from excessive sweating? Does it prevent you from being completely yourself in public situations? This no longer has to be the case. With our quick and easy procedure you can get long lasting results that make you sweat-free and confident all day, everyday.

How to reduce excessive sweating

Sweating is a normal and totally natural function in which the body regulates its temperature. However, if you produce sweat in amounts greater than needed to control your temperature then you may suffer from the common problem of hyperhidrosis. The majority of people who have hyperhidrosis suffer from a localised form. This is where the excessive sweating is only present in certain areas of the body. These areas tend to be the underarms, hands or feet.

There are a number of treatments for this condition but one of the most successful is botox injections into the affected area. This decreases the amount of sweat you produce by limiting the transmission of nerve impulses to your sweat glands.

The hyperhidrosis treatment

The hyperhidrosis treatment is relatively simple and takes only 30-45 minutes. You should notice some improvement 7-14 days after your treatment. The improvements will last for about 9-12 months, after which you can return to your practitioner to have a repeat treatment.

Who can have botox injections to reduce excessive sweating?

This extremely common treatment is suitable for both men and women who suffer from excessive sweating of varying severity. The treatment can be done on the underarms, soles of feet and palms of hands.

How to prepare for your hyperhidrosis treatment

  • Shave the area 3 days before the day of treatment
  • If possible avoid wearing deodorant to your appointment

Are there any side effects?

You may have some redness around the injection points and possibly some slight bruising. Generally you may resume your daily activities immediately after your treatment.

Hyperhidrosis UK