Sweating is a perfectly natural function of a healthy body. When we become warm, sweat is produced to coat the skin and provide a cooling function. Sweating may also occur due to exercise of hormonal imbalances. However, for some of us, far more sweat is produced than necessary, or without any obvious triggers. When this excessive sweating occurs, it is known medically as hyperhidrosis.
Whilst usually not a dangerous condition, hyperhidrosis can be difficult to live with, resulting in soaked skin, hair, and clothing and embarrassment for those who suffer. However, there are muscle relaxing solutions that are often highly effective in reducing the amount of sweat produced, allowing patients to live in confidence once more.
Book for a consultation with Dr Rasha to find the right solution for you.