Excessive Sweating Treatment
Excessive Sweating Treatment With Botox® Cosmetic
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Do you have excessive sweating or perspiration and sticky sweating? Are you hesitant to interact with others because your excessive sweat is embarrassing? Are you looking for treatment for your excessive sweating?
Excessive sweating for those who suffer from this condition of abnormally high levels of perspiration, it is not only an embarrassing situation, but excessive sweating can also disrupt nearly all aspects of your life. Excessive sweating may detrimentally impact your career, your personal relationships may suffer as a result of this condition, and certainly, your mental well-being and self-esteem take a severe blow from it.
When excessive sweating affects your personal and professional life enough that it’s a genuine problem, it’s considered a serious medical condition called hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis occurs when the body’s method for cooling itself is overactive so overactive, in fact, that sufferers from excessive sweating may sweat four or five times more than is normal. People who suffer from hyperhidrosis may sweat from their palms, feet, face, armpits or other body parts. Although researchers are not sure what causes excessive sweating, we know that the condition of excessive sweating afflicts millions of people globally (roughly 3% of the population suffer excessive sweating). But sadly, most people are never diagnosed or treated for their hyperhidrosis symptoms.
Still, many people suffer from excessive sweating in silence. They go through life embarrassed, changing the way they interact with friends, family and co-workers to accommodate the problem.
Excessive sweating without treatment can be detrimental to your confidence, impeding your interactions in social and professional settings. Whether you experience sweating in your hands or armpits, you may have Hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is a serious medical condition that needs treatment with varying symptoms:
- Axillary: Excessive sweating of the armpits
- Palmar: Excessive sweating of the hands
- Plantar: Excessive sweating of the feet
- Facial: Excessive sweating of the face
- General: Overall excessive sweating
Hyperhidrosis is the body’s natural reaction for cooling, but taken to an extreme level. In a hyperhidrosis patient, the body is so overactive that sufferers may sweat four or five times more than normal. While neurological and metabolic catalysts can cause hyperhidrosis, in the majority of cases, excessive sweating sufferers are otherwise completely healthy. Although certain emotions and temperature changes can trigger the excessive sweating, most sufferers simply sweat around the clock, regardless of emotional or temperature changes. For an excessive sweating patient, this means that whether you are at the office, on a date, or even sleeping, you are sweating.
Excessive sweating can be incredibly embarrassing – staining your clothes, impeding your romantic relationships, and complicating all of your interactions. Indeed, hyperhidrosis can become so severe that many excessive sweating sufferers cannot effectively hold a pen or steering wheel, or ever comfortably shake hands.
If you have any of these symptoms, know that you are not alone! Millions of Americans have hyperhidrosis, with most of them suffering in silence of excessive sweating – without treatment for their excessive sweating they are forced to isolate and hide their hands, feet, armpits, and even face. Without diagnosis and treatment, these individuals must endure the unfortunate reprimands of excessive sweating. Needless to say, the 3% of the population plagued with hyperhidrosis are left with lowered self-esteem and a disrupted mental well-being, which impacts nearly all their social, personal, and professional interactions.
It doesn’t have to be this way. There is treatment for excessive sweating.
Thankfully, with new FDA-approved medical hyperhidrosis / Excessive sweating treatments, you no longer have to suffer from sweaty embarrassment and excessive sweating.
Dedicated to your well-being, William Hall, M.D. helps you regain your life, confidence, and the control to stop unwanted perspiration with excessive sweating treatment. Through working with thousands of patients, we know that perspiration and sweating without treatment can cloud your everyday life. When your mind is on your excessive sweat, it is difficult to be at your fullest potential, whether in the office or on a date. You no longer have to allow sweat to hold you back from your goals! With easy, painless medical excessive sweating treatments, you can achieve freedom from excessive sweating – gaining your life and confidence back.
Understanding the difficulties and emotional pain that arise from hyperhidrosis, William Hall, M.D. and his staff are consistently on the forefront of advanced excessive sweating treatments to give excessive sweating patients their full lives back. The latest in hyperhidrosis treatments, Botox® Cosmetic, has proven to be a superior method in eliminating sweaty embarrassment from patients’ lives.
Excessive Sweating Treatment With Botox® Cosmetic:
- FDA approved since July 2004
- Proven safe and effective for controlling excessive sweating
- Convenient and discreet treatment injections can be administered in our office in short appointments, even during the lunch hour
- No special care required after the treatment – return back to work and life without any downtime
- Easy and nearly risk-free
We are committed to helping you regain your confidence and life. Having treated thousands of clients, we understand exactly what your needs and concerns are. While other medical clinics may push for surgery, we believe that there is a safer, alternative solution for treating excessive sweating to invasive surgery.
Our goal is to help you understand hyperhidrosis, supporting you through the treatment process to live the life you absolutely deserve…one that is free of perspiration and excessive sweating.
Perspiration (also called sweating or sometimes transpiration) is the production and evaporation of a fluid, consisting primarily of water as well as a smaller amount of sodium chloride (the main constituent of "table salt"), that is excreted by the sweat glands in the skin of mammals.Read More