Excessive Sweating

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We Understand

Excessive sweating, or “hyperhidrosis,” can be incredibly embarrassing and socially debilitating to people who suffer from it. Localized hyperhidrosis most often affects the palms, soles, and underarms, but also can occur on the face and scalp and groin areas. It’s usually a hereditary condition that can get more severe with age.

Generalized hyperhidrosis is an all-over-body sweating condition which is usually worse at night. The hormonal changes of pregnancy and menopause are a leading cause, but it can also by a symptom of an underlying systemic disorder, such as hypo- or hyperthyroidism, infection, diabetes and even cancer.

Treat Your Hyperhidrosis at NicholsMD

For both types of hyperhidrosis, there are treatments that can really help to greatly reduce the sweating. These include prescription-strength antiperspirants, Botox injections, medications if underlying medical conditions are involved, and nerve surgeries in very severe cases. Individual results may vary.*

If you want to start living the worry-free life you’ve always wanted, schedule a consultation at NicholsMD of Greenwich today.

A typical course of action may consist of a combination of different therapies, including:

Botox

If appropriate, Botox Injections can help greatly reduce sweating.

Antiperspirants

Prescription-strength antiperspirants can help greatly reduce sweating.

Skilled treatments. Real results.

Before

26-year-old woman before Botox. She was most concerned with the “11’s” and forehead wrinkles.

After

Same woman 10 days post-Botox treatment. Notice how the brow and forehead are more relaxed and the fine lines and wrinkles vanish.