Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, can be a significant source of embarrassment and discomfort. No one wants to raise their arms and have to worry about having sweat stains under their armpits. Hyperhidrosis affects up to three percent of the population (in both men and women). Fortunately, there are safe and effective treatments available at Neaman MediSpa that can control excessive sweating and give you the much-needed relief you deserve. To learn more about what treatment options are available for hyperhidrosis, contact us and schedule a consultation.
Hyperhidrosis, commonly referred to as excessive sweating, is a disorder in which the body’s natural cooling mechanisms fail to function normally causing you to sweat excessively. It can affect the face, armpits, hands, feet as well as the groin area, and come about in response to stress or exercise. Many who suffer from hyperhidrosis are worried about developing a foul odor which can lead to embarrassment and negatively impact their daily activities and social interactions.
Benefits of Hyperhidrosis Treatment
On top of managing excessive sweating and improving your overall comfort and confidence, treatment methods for hyperhidrosis provide the following benefits:
There are several treatment options available to help relieve patients of excessive sweating, including:
Infini Microneedling And Laser Treatments For Sweating
The newest innovative techniques to treat hyperhidrosis involve using radio frequency energy or laser therapy to destroy sweat glands resulting in a reduction of sweating of up to 70 to 80 percent. Radio frequency energy that is emitted during treatment with Infini microneedling along with laser energy produced from various laser treatments for sweating, are able to precisely target, heat and destroy the sweat glands found in the tissue layer under the skin of the underarms. These treatments can accomplish this without damaging the surrounding tissue.
Botox works wonders for reversing signs of aging and for treating migraines; however, it has also been proven effective at treating excessive sweating. It works by blocking the nerves that activate sweat glands. Treatments are quick and painless, but the downside of using Botox for hyperhidrosis is that it can be quite costly and results only last for up to four to six months.
Topical over-the-counter and prescription deodorants may be used to reduce hyperhidrosis side effects. These products include ingredients that may potentially block sweat production by inhibiting the activation of sweat glands. Topical treatments may be sufficient for sufferers who don’t necessarily have severe hyperhidrosis.
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Sweating is a natural process and one that is important in regulating and maintaining your body temperature. However, if you experience excessive sweating that is not related to activities that naturally cause sweating, such as exercising, you may have hyperhidrosis.
Diagnosis will be made based on a physical exam, possible medical tests and questions answered during your appointment at Neaman MediSpa. During your visit, a member of our professional and highly skilled team will inquire about your health and family medical history.
People who experience excessive sweating due to hyperhidrosis, typically are affected on their face, armpits, hands, feet and in the groin area.
Your specific results will vary based on the severity of your condition as well as which treatment method was used. However, following treatment, you should notice a decrease in your sweating along with a possible improvement in your overall mental and physical well-being.
Neaman MediSpa is proud to offer various treatment methods to treat excessive sweating resulting from overactive sweat glands. If you are concerned about excessive sweating and would like to learn more about the treatment options available at Neaman MediSpa, please contact us at 844-338-5445 to schedule a consultation. You may also want to check out our other Services For Men. It is time to restore your confidence and stop excessive underarm sweating. We welcome patients from the greater Portland, Salem, and Eugene, Oregon, areas.