What provokes excess sweating and how to stop it for good
Excess sweating can occur at inappropriate times in many different areas of the body, and as well as being embarrassing, can cause a number of related problems, such as:
- Spoiling clothes and shoes
- Body odour,
- Social anxiety,
- Irritating, painful skin complications
What can be done about it?
There are a number of things that can be done to try to address the symptoms of hyperhidrosis. Some of these are preventative measures that seek to reduce or manage the symptoms, while others are more permanent and seek to cure the condition completely.
Is it permanent?
Hyperhidrosis does not occur temporarily. According to their designated Support Group, it affects around 1% of the population, and those who do suffer from the condition experience it for many years, often from childhood. Affecting men and women, hyperhidrosis can be a debilitating condition, but sufferers should know that there are steps that they can take to reduce and even eradicate the problem.
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By incorporating multiple technologies, SweatX addresses the mechanisms of both the eccrine and apocrine glands, treating either or both conditions depending on your needs. Treatment is administered quickly and painlessly, without the use of toxins, without side effects, achieving immediate improvement with lasting results.
Treatments are usually taken every week for 4 weeks and will last between 6 – 9 months.