Excessive perspiration

hyperhidrosisExcessive perspiration or hyperhidrosis is a problem brought on when sweat glands increase production in reaction to various stimulants.

It often occurs among people who have an excitable nervous system, suffer from obesity or tuberculosis, or experience cardiovascular problems or conditions of the kidneys and endocrine system. Sometimes excessive perspiration can be inherited. In the absence of obvious health problems, it may be caused by medicines or other external factors.

The most effective method for eliminating this problem is the use of botulinum toxin injections, which prevent nerve impulses from penetrating the sweat glands. This stops them from constricting and releasing sweat. The treatment’s effects last for at least 6 months.

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