EXCESSIVE SWEATING

SYMPTOMS

Excessive sweating is also Hyperhidrosis is a common, embarrassing condition that causes the body to over produce sweat. 
Excessive sweating can be caused by some hormonal or metabolic conditions. Although high temperature, stress, anxiety and exercising can naturally trigger the sweat glands, people that suffer from hyperhidrosis will constantly be aware of excessive perspiration regardless of these factors feeling uncomfortable and embarrassed.

MANAGEMENT

You can reduce excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis by following these tips:

  • Use clinical highe-strength deodorants and antiperspirants
  • Avoid spicy, fatty foods and alcohol
  • Exercise regularly
  • Wear loose non restrictive fabrics, avoid man-made fibres like nylon and polyester and wear cotton fabrics “breathable fabrics”

RECOMMENDED TREATMENTS

We offer a wide range of treatments at Cheek Medispa. To determine the correct treatment for you, we would recommend a free consultation to discuss and evaluate your concerns and also the results you want to achieve.

INJECTABLES

Injectables work by blocking the signals from the nerve to the facial muscles to stop them contracting, softening the lines and smoothing the skin.

INJECTABLES

HYDRALIFT FX

Hydralift FX is a deep peel performed with microdermabrasion to allow us to work deeper into the skin giving advanced skincare results. Ideal for skin that has signs of premature ageing, acne and oily skin types.

HYDRALIFT FX
MICRO NEEDLING

COMCIT ELITE

Cryo Oxygen Micro Channelling Collagen Induction Therapy is a unique, minimally invasive facial treatment that significantly reduces lines and wrinkles and rejuvenates skin texture and firmness.

COMCIT ELITE

CONTACT US TO ENSURE WE DELIVER THE CORRECT TREATMENT PLAN FOR YOU: 01923 269535

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What causes underarm Hyperhidrosis?

Axillary Hyperhidrosis is a medical problem that involves more sweating than what is required by our body. Axillary Hyperhidrosis is caused by over activity of the sweat glands and is present in 1% of the population and a family history is present in 30 to 50 % of patients suggesting a genetic component.

What is Hyperhidrosis triggered by?

Hyperhidrosis can be triggered by several factors including Stress, Alcohol, Caffeine and Heat.

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