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Hyperhidrosis

Sweating is not the most pleasant topic of discussion, especially when it occurs excessively. It can leave you feeling self-conscious and embarrassed. Many do not realize that this is an actual medical condition. The good news is it can be treated. Currently there are two minimally invasive treatments that are extremely popular for this condition: Neurotoxin (Botox/Dysport) and ThermiDry.

Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)

The medical term for excessive sweating is hyperhidrosis.  There are two forms of the condition – primary and secondary.  Primary hyperhidrosis can occur in healthy individuals and the secondary form usually has some underlying medical condition that needs to be addressed.  In either case, excessive sweating complicates social interactions, causes odor, stains clothing and can even cause anxiety. This So although sweating is a normal part of human physiology, profuse, excessive sweating can hinder one’s everyday life and be debilitating.  It’s no wonder that many seek out treatment to help alleviate their hyperhidrosis.

Botox Hyperhidrosis (Botox for Sweating)

When the seat glands don't receive chemical signals, the severe sweating stops. At Wellmedica we do Botox Hyperhidrosis which helps in reducing excessive sweating. Botox hyperhidrosis is also referred as botox for sweating.

ThermiDry for Excessive Sweating

Sweating is not the most pleasant topic to discuss, especially when one deals with excessive sweating on a daily basis. It can leave you feeling self-conscious and embarrassed. Many do not realize that this is an actual medical condition that can be treated. 

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