Excessive sweating is a condition in which the sweat glands work harder than they should and that increases in the amount of sweat on the skin surface. It has a negative impact on a person's social life. There can be situations that may cause a person to be an antisocial, especially during the summer months. This situation can also lead to psychological problems in the person. Using various Botox techniques, the above situation can be resolved. The nerve endings can be neutralized to control sweating treatment. 

Sweating Treatment Application in the city of Antalya, the pearl of Turkey (Hyperhidrosis)

What is Sweating Treatment?

Sweating treatment is a procedure that should be carried out if the body is sweating excessively. Sweating helps the body regulate its temperature. However, if this occurs more frequently than is necessary, it necessitates treatment. Patients who suffer from excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, must deal with an internal problem. They can show rapid sweating reactions without having to move in their current state. This problem, whose exact cause has not been solved, is a common problem that can happen to many people. When hyperhidrosis treatment is performed, the person gets rid of this problem for an average of 6 months. At the end of 6 months, they can perform the treatment again if they want.

What Causes Excessive Sweating?

Continuous sweating of only one area, such as the head, neck, and hands, can be observed in some people. The causes of excessive sweating, which can become unavoidable in some cases, are as follows:

  • Menopause,
  • Bad eating habits,
  • Alcohol and drug use,
  • High fever,
  • Lung disorders,
  • Low blood sugar, diabetes,
  • Heart ailments,
  • Side effects of some drugs such as antipyretics, pain relievers,
  • Obesity,
  • Some types of cancer,
  • Many factors such as vitamin C and D deficiency are among the factors that trigger excessive sweating.

What Are the Symptoms of Excessive Sweating?

The average age at which excessive sweating occurs is 25. Cases of excessive sweating, the cause of which cannot be determined, is called primary hyperhidrosis. As a result, the symptoms of excessive sweating are as follows:

  • Occurrence of at least one sweating attack per week
  • Regular periods of sweating are observed.
  • Significantly impairment of the life quality 
  • Occurring before the age of 25
  • Presence of hyperhidrosis in family anamnesis
  • Sweating problems during sleep, for example, are signs of excessive sweating.

While a person's health can be damaged by excessive sweating, it can also be a sign of mental trauma. To name the condition with a definitive diagnosis, a 6-month observation period is required. After that, the sweating treatment is applied.

What Are the Complications of Excessive Sweating? 

Excessive sweating can lead to the following complications:

  • Bacterial fungal growth
  • Eczema, flaking of the skin
  • Conditions such as the formation of social and sensory problems that occur in various ways cause complications.

How Is Excessive Sweating Diagnosed?

The patient is thoroughly examined before a diagnosis of excessive sweating is made. The diagnosis of primary regional hyperhidrosis can be made without the use of any other tests. A general hyperhidrosis case, on the other hand, is diagnosed through blood pressure monitoring, required blood tests, and a comprehensive neurological examination.

For Whom Is Excessive Sweating Treatment Suitable?

People who can be treated for sweating are as follows:

  • Pregnant women,
  • Breastfeeding mothers
  • Those with some specific neuromuscular diseases, everyone is suitable for sweating treatment.

How Long Does the Effect of Sweating Treatment in Turkey Last?

The effect of sweating treatment continues for 6 to 8 months. In Botox applications for sweating treatment, one session is usually sufficient to eliminate excessive sweating problems. 

What is the Treatment of Excessive Sweating Under Arms?

Excessive sweating treatment under the armpit is a method applied to prevent the formation of bad odour in such cases, treatment of the patient is essential. This treatment is very necessary in order to achieve the necessary quality of life without decreasing the living standards. The procedure to be applied to the armpit area is the only way to treat sweating. Every question about sweating treatment should be resolved under the supervision of a physician.

Is it possible to treat hyperhidrosis permanently?

There are also permanent treatments for hyperhidrosis. Armpit skin can be surgically removed with the surgical method, which is a classical treatment method and is considered an old technique. Today, the more preferred permanent hyperhidrosis treatment method is called ETS. This treatment, which stands for Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy, is applied by blocking the nerve that transmits the neural signals that provide sweating. Permanent solutions can also be found with new technologies such as ThermiDry. You can get more information on the subject by contacting us right away.