Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)

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One in 20 people worldwide suffer from excessive sweating - We explain the most popular solutions for hyperhidrosis

One in 20 people worldwide suffer from excessive sweating - We explain the most popular solutions for hyperhidrosis

Excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis is a problem that affects millions of people around the world – in fact, it’s thought that one in 20 people suffer from excessive sweating. If you suffer from hyperhidrosis, you may have felt you’ve tried all the available options. Here’s a guide to the available treatments for excessive underarm sweating.

miraDry is `Life Changing` For Hyperhidrosis Patients Says Dr Carolyn Jacob

miraDry? is a safe, clinically proven, FDA-cleared solution for significantly reducing underarm sweat. It is the only FDA-cleared procedure that provides a lasting reduction of axillary hyperhidrosis in a completely non-invasive way.

Some Medical Aesthetic Clinics Offering Botulinum Toxin for Hyperhidrosis are Flouting CQC Registration Requirements

Unlike the use of Botox, and other BoNTA brands including Dysport, Azzalure, Bocouture and Xeomin for cosmetic facial wrinkle reduction, which is largely unregulated (aside from some self-regulated accreditation schemes), the use of botulinum toxins for treating hyperhidrosis is subject to statutory regulation.

Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating), A Quick Guide to Treatment Options

Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) affects an estimated 1 ? 2% of the population. Here is a quick guide to some of the treatments currently available to axillary hyperhidrosis sufferers, including an introduction to an exciting new option known as miraDry that has recently entered the UK market.

Treatment options for excessive underarm sweating

Excessive underarm sweating is a very common condition but often not recognized or treated. Medical definitions have looked at quantifying the amount of sweat produced but for all practical purposes any sweating that interferes with normal living is considered as hyperhidrosis.