Hyperhidrosis is characterized by abnormally high perspiration, also known as excessive sweating, that goes beyond what is necessary for maintaining body temperature.
Hyperhidrosis can worsen the quality of life from a psychological, emotional, and social standpoint, even if it is mostly a benign physical burden.
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Primary Hyperhidrosis and secondary Hyperhidrosis are the two different forms of Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).
Since primary Hyperhidrosis is frequently inherited, one of your relatives may have experienced it. Primary Hyperhidrosis, which is more common in women, starts in childhood and worsens during puberty.
Other disorder or action brings on secondary Hyperhidrosis:
✅ Diabetes mellitus
✅ Chronic alcoholism
✅ Spinal cord injury
✅ Neurologic syndromes
✅ Medications that may cause sweating
Your symptoms will vary depending on where on your body the Hyperhidrosis occurs. Symptoms typically include:
✅ Excessive perspiration on your face, hands, arms, trunk, and underarms (body)
✅ Some individuals may experience severe facial flushing.
People with Hyperhidrosis report feeling socially isolated and withdrawing from others. This includes going out, conducting business (where shaking hands is customary), and engaging in other activities out of concern about body odor and wet clothing.
There aren’t any extra sweat glands in people with Hyperhidrosis. Instead, excessive perspiration is produced because the sympathetic nerve, which regulates sweating, is oversensitive.
Different Treatments are Available.
Different medications that are used to treat Hyperhidrosis are:
Antiperspirant on prescription: Your physician might suggest an antiperspirant containing aluminum chloride (Drysol, Xerac AC).
Creams and wipes on prescription: Hyperhidrosis affecting the face and head may be helped by glycopyrrolate-containing prescription lotions. Glycopyrronium tosylate (Qbrexza)-soaked wipes may relieve discomfort in the hands, feet, and underarms.
Antidepressants: Sweating can be reduced by some antidepressant medicines. They might also aid in reducing anxiety.
Surgical and Other Procedures:
If other forms of treatment become unacceptable to your body, then your healthcare consultant might suggest treatments like:
Iontophoresis. In this at-home procedure, you immerse your hands or feet in a pan of water while a little electric current is injected into the water. The current blocks the nerves that cause perspiration. If you have a prescription from your doctor, you can purchase the gadget.
The affected areas need to be soaked for 20 to 40 minutes. Repeat the procedure two or three times per week until your symptoms get better. Once you start seeing improvements, you can reduce treatments to just once a week or once a month to keep the results. If you have side effects, consult your healthcare professional.
Microwave therapy: With this treatment, sweat glands in the armpits are destroyed using a portable device called the miraDry. Two 20 to 30-minute sessions, spaced three months apart, are required for treatment. A change in skin feeling and some discomfort are potential adverse effects. There are no known long-term adverse effects.
Sweat Gland Removal: The doctor might advise removing sweat glands if you only perspire a lot under your arms. This can be accomplished by scraping them off (curettage), sucking them out (liposuction), or combining the two methods (suction curettage).
Brain surgery (sympathectomy): The spinal nerves that regulate hand sweating are partially removed by the surgeon during this treatment. Excessive sweating in other parts of your body is a potential adverse effect (compensatory sweating).
How do we treat it?
Maya Medi Spa treats Hyperhidrosis with its advanced treatment plan, which includes Botulinum toxin injections. It is the best option for treating Hyperhidrosis and is a great alternative if other treatment options have failed to achieve the desired results. It is one of the best solutions for treating Hyperhidrosis and a fantastic alternative if other options haven’t produced the desired effects.
Reasons why you need Hyperhidrosis Treatment:
Solves your excessive sweating: The Hyperhidrosis treatment helps you eliminate the problems related to excessive sweating within a shorter period.
Gets rid of the odor from excessive sweating: Hypergidrosis Treatment helps solve excessive sweating problems that also eliminate the body odor issue.
Spurious nerve signals produce the overactivity of eccrine sweat glands in primary Hyperhidrosis.
Even though there are many treatments existing, Botulinum toxin injections are proven to be the most effective.
It is a fast active,non-invasive treatment that helps you regain social confidence.
Palms, underarms, feet, etc.
Anyone who has Hyperhidrosis who does not have obvious allergies to the treatment components.
Since the patient is injected with a safe amount of anaesthesia, the pain of injecting will not be felt by the patient.
The treatment usually starts showing results in 5-7 days.