What is Hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is when you sweat Excessively. Commonly observed symptoms are wet palms, wet soles, sweating frequently, sweating that soaks through clothing. Treatment aims at controlling sweating. Hyperhidrosis can be classified into two types mainly:
What treatment can be done to help and keep Hyperhidrosis under control?
Botox is used to treat Hyperhidrosis. The best treatment for secondary hyperhidrosis is to treat the underlying cause, which will normally reduce the excessive sweating, if that is not possible e.g., in Parkinson’s disease, Botox can be used to improve the excessive sweating. If you have new hyperhidrosis, we recommend that you seek advice from GP in first instance so that causes of secondary hyperhidrosis can be ruled out.
How Long does the treatment take?
The treatment takes around 45 mins.
How long does the treatment last?
The treatment lasts around 6 months.