Do you think you sweat more than normal? Sweating is a normal body function. It helps you cool down your body temperature; normal sweating is a sign of good health. However, there are many people who sweat more than normal. They have to wipe their hands before a handshake and continuously use deodorants to suppress the unpleasant odor of sweat.
Usually, excessive sweating is just a hassle, but it can be a sign of a medical condition like thyroid problems, diabetes, or infection. You should see a doctor if you have one of more of the following signs:
Night sweats: You wake up in a cold sweat or find your pillow and bed sheet damp in the morning.
Generalized sweating: You are excessively sweating all over your body, and not just from hands, feet, underarms, face, or head.
Asymmetrical sweating: You are excessively sweating from only one side of your body, like one armpit.
Sudden changes: Your sweating has gotten worse suddenly.
He can prescribe some tests, and see whether there is an underlying medical condition. If there is no underlying medical condition, this sweating is harmless for your health. However, excessive sweating always interferes with daily life. It creates self-consciousness and loss of confidence. If everyone around you is looking normal while you have wet armpits, it is natural to be self-conscious. Fortunately, there is an easy and effective treatment available to solve this issue – Botox injection for sweaty glands.
Botox is well known for its ability to reduce wrinkles and frown lines from the face, and make you look refreshed and younger. Botox is a neurotoxin produced by Clostridium botulinum (bacteria found in soil). Botox has a unique ability to paralyze muscles, limiting its ability to contract. When injected into the tiny facial muscles, this limits their ability to contract and produce wrinkles and frown lines, making our face smooth and wrinkle free.
When Botox is injected into glands responsible for producing sweat, it binds itself to the nerve endings and acts like a roadblock. It blocks the chemicals our nerve cells make to communicate with each other, disrupting the messages sent from the nerve endings to stimulate the production of sweat. This results in considerably less sweat at the injection site without any surgery.
The FDA approved Botox injection for sweaty glands in 2004 to treat axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating in armpits). It can be used to treat excessive sweating in palms and feet also.
Now, you do not need to feel an odd man out at parties. Have Botox injection and get rid of excessive sweating. Don’t worry about your body temperature. Your body has plenty of sweat glands to handle the job.