The main treatments for hyperhidrosis – excessive sweating
The are a wide range or treatments for hyperhidrosis. The choice however can be highly individual and a good deal of trial and error is needed for some people to cure sweating.
As well as the 4 medical options for heavy sweating shown below you can try hypnosis, meditation and psychotherapy to focus on stress reduction. There are also dietary treatments which can help.
The 4 main treatments from a medical perspective are.
1. Prescribed antiperspirants. These contain an ingredient called aluminium chloride hexahydrate which works by inhibiting the operation of the sweat glands.
2. Botox Injections. This is a very effective treatment but needs to be repeated every 6 – 12 months.
Botox is injected in the skin and blocks the nerves that supply the sweat glands.
3. Electrical treatment. Using small shocks over a period of treament
4. Surgery. This radical and invasive treatment involves cutting the nerves that control sweating. There is no guarantee of success.
There is however a new treatment for excessive sweating . Its involves completely natural methods and strategies and the success rate is quite amazing. The program is called Stop Sweating and Start Living. Click on the link to the right for more information from the systems author Mike Ramsey