It used to be the case that excessive sweating - or 'hyperhidrosis' - could only be treated by surgery. But now all it takes is a simple injection...
Hyperhidrosis is a common condition in which the patient sweats excessively.
For some people, the excessive sweating can affect the whole body, whereas for others it only affects a certain part of the body
The most common areas affected by Hyperhidrosis include:
In most cases, both parts of the body are affected i.e. both armpits or both feet.
Although Hyperhidrosis doesn't usually affect a persons health, it can have a negative impact on the quality of life - leading to embarrassment and a general lack of confidence. In some cases it can even lead to depression and anxiety.
One treatment of affected area
There are no exact guidelines on what 'normal' or 'excessive' sweating is, but if you feel you sweat more than the average person and that it interferes with your everyday life then you may have Hyperhidrosis.
If you are unsure, read the below examples. If any of them sound familiar then your sweating may be excessive and is affecting your everyday life:
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