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How to Treat Hyperhydrosis

The excessive sweating is a very embarrassing problem which can cause many people to sweat very profusely. The excessive sweating can be caused by high temperatures or when you exercise and get involved in vigorous physical activities. Sweating can also occur at inconvenient times when there are no regular triggers. The triggers can cause one to sweat profusely on the hands, feet, underarms and this can happen many times a day.

Different people sweat differently depending on the reaction of the sweat triggers. The excessive sweating is referred to as the hyperhidrosis. Seek medical help when you have the problem with sweating. One of the most common observations among the suffers is the hyperactivity in the vegetative nervous system. The vegetative system will regulate the sweat production. The excess sweating is a reaction by the body to some specific situations. When you notice that you are sweating you can keep a record to see if it forms a pattern. This means your body is reacting to a certain situation like stress, being subjected to a certain awkward situation or the body might be reacting to a particular kind of food.

This means that the excessive sweating might be caused by a certain reaction by your body and to very specific situations. When you keep a good record you will notice there is a pattern of when you sweat. Some people sweat when they are sleeping which is quite unfortunate because they don’t have control over what happens. When sleeping the sympathetic nervous system could react which causes one to sweat. One of the hyperhidrosis is genetically acquired. Then we have the hypohidrosis which is a medical condition caused by anxiety disorder, glucose control disorders, glucose, menopause, heart and the lung disease, when you have stroke or infection.

There are many types of treatments which can be used to treat the hyperhidrosis.

Another type of treatment is using the aluminum chloride based products to manage the excessive sweating. The aluminum salt usually blocks the sweat glands to provide relief.

The other method used is the iontophoresis which is a process where electrical charge is usually used to treat the sweaty hands and also the feet. This process is reliable to treat severe cases.

Use the Botulinum process is used to treat the underarm sweating. This method is approved. You can also use the surgery method to treat the excess sweating. Surgery should be used as the last option because of the risks involved.

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