Don't Sweat It, We've Got You Covered - Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Sweating is a normal bodily function that is used to help regulate body temperature at times. However, hyperhidrosis is a condition that causes excessive sweating in different areas of the body such as the hands, feet, or armpits. It is likely to cause a significant amount of physical and social discomfort. New Health Kansas offers a solution to treat hyperhidrosis and make you sweat-free!

Medical Treatment for Excessive Sweating

If you suffer from hyperhidrosis, you know how difficult it can be to live with excessive sweating. From constantly having to change clothes to worrying about body odor, this condition can have a major impact on your quality of life. Fortunately, there are treatments available that can help you regain control. At New Health Kansas, we offer a variety of options for hyperhidrosis treatment, including topical medications, Botox injections, and oral medications.

New Health Kansas knows how to treat hyperhidrosis in several ways so that you don’t have to deal with the embarrassing symptoms any longer. We will work with you to find the best solution for your individual needs. With our help, you can finally put an end to excessive sweating and get back to living your life.

  1. Topical Medicine – prescription antiperspirants to slow down sweat production
  2. Oral Medication – prescription medications
  3. BOTOX® Injections – blocks the neural control of sweat glands
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Effects of Hyperhidrosis

Most people associate heavy sweating with the underarms. This is probably because almost everyone has experienced that embarrassing moment when your sweat soaks through your shirt at the worst time. With hyperhidrosis, the underarms aren’t the only area that might sweat the most. Other body areas such as the palms, feet, or even the head and face can experience significant sweating. These side effects can be humiliating and cause anxiety in many everyday life situations. But with the New Health Kansas hyperhidrosis treatment options, you don’t have to feel the embarrassment anymore!

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Excessive Sweating at Night

Sweating is a completely normal and necessary bodily function that helps regulate our body temperature. However, some people sweat excessively, even when they are not engaging in any physical activity or in a warm environment. This condition, known as hyperhidrosis, can be both embarrassing and disruptive to daily life.

One common side effect of hyperhidrosis is night sweats, which can often lead to insomnia and anxiety. In addition, hyperhidrosis can also cause erectile dysfunction due to the inability to maintain an erect penis when sweating excessively. Fortunately, there are treatments available for hyperhidrosis that can help reduce the frequency and intensity of night sweats.

BOTOX® Injections: How They Work

If you’re looking for an effective, non-surgical way to treat excessive in the underarm area, BOTOX® injections may be the answer. When BOTOX® is injected into the underarm, it helps to block the neural control of the sweat glands. Overall sweating in the area will be reduced significantly for up to 6 months before another injection is needed.

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It’s true that hyperhidrosis and excessive sweating can bring awkward moments and embarrassment. But it can affect more than just your social encounters. Sweating can make it difficult to do the activities that you love without constantly looking under your arms first. Using BOTOX® to treat hyperhidrosis gives you the freedom to do whatever you want whenever you want including:

  • Wearing the same pair of clothes throughout the whole day
  • Play sports without sweaty palms
  • Raise your hand in class
  • Feel cleaner and reduce body odor
  • Experience dry handshakes
  • Prevent sweat from messing up hair or makeup

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