You haven’t been working out, and the temperature outside isn’t enough to make someone sweat, but your underarm says otherwise. Now, you’re scared of even raising your arms confidently out of fear of revealing those sweat stains on your clothes, and you’re desperate for any solution, from antiperspirants to actually considering on moving to a colder climate, that can get you out of your woes.
Sweat in itself isn’t a bad thing; in fact, it’s your body’s natural way of cooling off and removing harmful toxins. Sweating too much, on the other hand, can be a cause of embarrassing situations and complicated social interactions. Also known as hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating happens often on the underarms, while others experience it on their palms and the soles of their feet. Luckily, botox is one proven way of getting your woes on excessive sweating disappear, and provides almost long-lasting effects when injected on a regular basis.
Why does Hyperhidrosis Happen?
Harvard Medical School estimates that one to three percent of the population is affected by this embarrassing condition. In a nutshell, people with hyperhidrosis tend to produce more sweat than the considered normal levels in their palms, feet, underarms, and groin. Surprisingly, most cases of hyperhidrosis happen to perfectly healthy people, though diseases may sometimes cause this condition. For some, heat and their own emotions trigger excessive sweating, yet most of the time people affected by hyperhidrosis sweat the whole day, no matter what the weather is or the mood they may be in.
First Aids for Hyperhidrosis
If you want an almost instantaneous relief from humiliating sweat stains on your clothes, you can try using antiperspirants, which most people use on a daily basis. Antiperspirants are able to form a plug, blocking perspiration from your underarm. Over-the-counter antiperspirants are less irritating, yet if it doesn’t work, see a dermatologist for a prescription.
Worried about foul smells that come with your sweating? Not to worry, for most antiperspirants are also combined with a deodorant, which helps in controlling any unfortunate odor that may come with your sweat. Antiperspirants aren’t only for the underarms, but can also be applied to sweaty areas like palms and soles.
Botox for Hyperhidrosis
For a long-term solution for your excessive sweating woes, you can opt for botox. It may sound like a cosmetic procedure for some, but botox does more than just removing unpleasant wrinkles and facial lines; it can also prevent the release of chemicals that signal the activation of sweat glands. With regular botox injections from clinics like Baja MediSpa in Mexico, you can say goodbye to awkward stains and confidently raise your arms as high as you can.
Excessive Sweating: Treatment Tips, WebMD
How to Deal with Excessive Sweat, LifeHacker
Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis), WebMD
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