Increased sweating is not just a disease associated with too active sweat glands. It is also a very unpleasant in terms of aesthetics, a defect that can turn life into real torture and deprive comfort, normal communication and a full-fledged existence. To stop the increased sweating and return the skin dryness - the dream of everyone who suffers from hyperhidrosis.
This can be achieved only by normalizing the activity of the sweat glands: without this, any masking agents (deodorants, baths and pastes) will be ineffective. There are several treatment options, but a qualified doctor will help you choose the most optimal and effective one.
A small and safe operation, endoscopic sympathectomy, leads to blockage of the nerve signal, which is transmitted in the form of a pulse from the brain to the sweat glands. As a result, the site, previously distinguished by abundant sweating, becomes dry, as the glands stop their work.
This type of surgery has been performed for a long time, and the experience gained over several decades allows us to perform sympathectomy without the risk of complications.
This is a relatively new way to combat sweating. Its essence lies in the impact of the laser on the shell of the sweat glands. Acupressure leads to disruption of their activity, due to which more than 80% of cases can completely solve the problem of hyperhidrosis.
The use of drugs that can block the transmission of impulses from the brain to the sweat glands is one of the simplest and most accessible treatments for hyperhidrosis. Most often, doctors prescribe to patients with a similar problem of various kinds of beta-blockator and antispasmodics.-
But overly involved in pills is still not recommended: in addition to reducing the activity of the sweat glands, they can change the work of other body systems (bile ducts, urinary tract, etc.)
In this case, the treatment of hyperhidrosis is carried out with the help of a point effect on the area of the body that is prone to excessive sweating. Into the subcutaneous zone are injected preparations based on botulinum toxin type A, which temporarily stop the work of the sweat glands. This effect is achieved due to the ability of such agents to cause long-term paralysis of the nerve endings. As a result, the transmission of the signal from the brain to the glands is disrupted, and sweating stops. Distinctive features of this technique: quick result and local impact exclusively on the affected area.
The choice of specific methods of treatment of excessive sweating depends on the presence of contraindications, the general condition of the body and the degree of intensity of the disease. The final decision in this case should be taken by a qualified doctor after a detailed study of the history.