Sweating, Hyperhydrosis & Armpits
Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating, most commonly in the armpits, that can occur even without activity or exposure to heat. It can be very distressing emotionally and socially and be a significant embarrassment.
At FaceRestoration we are able to offer investigations and treatment that improves the excessive sweating allowing you to be less self-conscious and have a better quality of life.
ABOUT THIS CONDITION
INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR SYMPTOMS
Hyperhidrosis is not a rare condition and may be as high as 5% of the population, affecting males and females equally, and most commonly occurring among the age of 25-64 years.
It can be generalised, affecting the entire body, or localised to specific parts of the body. Areas that have higher numbers of sweat glands called eccrine glands, include the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, the face, underarms and the scalp. When the sweating involves the whole body, generalised hyperhidrosis, there is usually an underlying condition and this may require further investigation. Focal or localised hyperhidrosis may be present at birth or be acquired later in life, usually starting during adolescence.
Our aim is to ensure that you are supported through the management of this emotionally difficult condition and appreciate how distressing this can be for you. We aim to offer you a solution that allows us to restore you to your best self.
Contact us at FaceRestoration today and we would be pleased to guide you.
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How we can help
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We will then discuss with you your symptoms and advise you on how best to proceed with helpful guidance on treatments through our expert knowledge and training.
Treatment after care
Once an appointment has been arranged, we will then begin treatment and support you along the process, including specialised aftercare.