Hyperhidrosis – excessive sweating is a condition characterized by an abnormal sweating level that isn’t caused necessarily by heat or exercise. The condition affects about 1-3% of the world population, men and women equally.
People mainly associate excessive sweating with armpits and hands. However, the problem can appear almost anywhere on the body – head, face, groin, torso, or feet.
Understanding the difference helps patients and clinicians to understand the cause of the condition and then to perform the best treatment option.
Currently, there is no cure available for hyperhidrosis. Several treatment options are available for the treatment of excessive sweating.
This free guide covers the following hyperhidrosis treatments:
- Prescription antiperspirants
- B. toxin injections
- Anticholinergic pills
- Qbrexza wipes
- Antihydral cream
« How to Treat your Hyperhidrosis » is written by Dr. Sandra Eriksson Mirkovic, a family medicine resident with expertise in Hyperhidrosis.
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At Hidroxa, our mission is to help people that are affected by hyperhidrosis – excessive sweating. We’re offering a simple, effective, and accessible method for treating hyperhidrosis called iontophoresis.