The excessive sweating also called as hyperhidrosis is usually common on the hands, feet, armpits, and the groin because of their relatively high concentration of sweat glands
This may be the first treatment recommended. It is affordable. When applied as directed, an antiperspirant can be effective. It can be applied to underarms, hands, feet etc.The antiperspirant sits on top of the skin. As you sweat, the antiperspirant is pulled into the sweat glands. This plugs the sweat glands.
It uses a machine to pass a weak electrical current through the affected areas of skin. This is done by placing the hands or feet in trays filled with water, or by holding water soaked sponge pads under the arms or wearing water soaked face mask. A small current is then passed through the water. The current is passed one way for a fixed time and then reversed for the same amount of time.
Laser treatment is a safe, effective and minimally invasive solution for hyperhidrosis. Laser light is used to permanently destroy axillary sweat glands by heating sweat gland tissue without damaging the surrounding tissue.
Botox injections block the nerves that trigger the sweat glands. The injections temporary block a chemical in the body that stimulates the sweat glands, thereby significantly reduces sweating.
Results last for about 3-6 months.