Common Skin Concerns: Hyperhidrosis


Hyperhidrosis, polyhidrosis or sudorrhea (excessive sweating)

Sweating is normal this when your body nervous system is trying to regulate your body temperature triggers sweating is hot weather exercise Fever Anxiety, nervousness and Spicy food ect, this is your bodies way of normalises the temperature

Hyperhidrosis can be detected at birth and but in many cases it can develop in puberty and even in adulthood. . Most common area of that are affected are hands, face and armpits.

Some people experience mild sweating (dampness) to severe dripping this can profound effect on one’s quality of life ie Education, embarrassment, socialising, relationship, work, life style, Clothing, metal and emotional health.  The negative impact caused by excessive sweating has been reported to be similar to as psoriasis and other chronic diseases

It is estimated that it affects 15.3 million people in the United State Hyperhidrosis can parent itself without no apparent reason or underlying health.

Types Hyperhidrosis

There 2 types of Hyperhidrosis

Primary Hyperhidrosis is common – is effect by mental and emotional state i.e. Stress, anxious and nervousness. This type usually affects the hands and soles of the feet.

  • Hot weather
  • Exercise
  • Fever
  • Anxiety
  • Spicy food

Secondary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) – Could be cause by medical condition this when body is able to regulate the body temperature.

Infections. People who sweat profusely are more prone to skin infections

How To Treat Hyperhidrosis

RF Microneedling

Microneedling is based on your skin’s natural ability to repair itself whenever there is physical damage, such as cuts, burns and other abrasions.

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