Excessive Sweating & Body Odor

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Causes of Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)


The release of sweat is a normal bodily function with the purpose of controlling the body's temperature, and it occurs through the automatic release of signals to the nerve endings. The release of sweat generally occurs in the armpits, palms of the hands, feet, face and body areas. The leading causes of excessive sweating are as follows: 


• Humidity creates fungi, bacteria and skin rashes
• Exercise
• Spicy food
• Stress
• Obesity
• Post-menopausal syndrome
• Hyperthyroidism or thyrotoxicosis
• Diabetes
• Chronic heart failure
• Side effects of specific medications including aspirins, blood pressure, diabetes, anti-depressants and those containing morphine
• Lymphoma cancer

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Excessive Sweating Treatments


Individual results may vary.


• Dermal modulation treatment utilises injecting pure proteins into the body to minimise the release of excessive sweating and body odour. 


• Hyperhidrosis treatment produces effective results in reducing underarms, hands and facial sweating.