Sweating is a normal, heathy bodily function. But in the case of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), the body produces more sweat than necessary to regulate it’s temperature. This is unpleasant and can cause a negative impact both personally and socially. Axillary sweating can be treated well.
The production of sweat is a vital function of the body. Sweating protects against overheating. Sweat cools the skin at heat and exertion and thus lowers the body temperature. The resulting moisture, called sweat, is the unavoidable evil. However, if the body produces extensive sweat without the needing for cooling, it is called hyerhidrosis. The most common areas of strong sweat production are the palms of the hands, the soles of the feet, under the armpits (axilliary) and occasionally the head. In our dermatological practice we have specialised in the treatment of axilliary sweating, under the armpits
Our expert dermatologists understand how much hyperhidrosis can hinder your personal and social life and want to make your discomfort a thing of the past. If excessive sweating is putting a strain on your life, contact us now to arrange your consultation.
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