hyperhidrosis


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Synonyms for hyperhidrosis

excessive and profuse perspiration

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Heather, who has a two-yearold son, claims that living with hyperhidrosis has become more difficult as she's got older.
Hyperhidrosis affects around one in every 100 men and women and normally starts between the ages of 14-25 years.
One in every 100 people suffers from hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
SIX SIGNS YOU SUFFER FROM HYPERHIDROSIS IF any of the following SIX SIGNS YOU SUFFER FROM HYPERHIDROSIS IF any of the following says says silence silence are happening to you regularly, according to NHS Choices, you may have hyperhidrosis: 1.
In a Princeton Consumer Research (PCR) survey of 400 people identifying as suffering with hyperhidrosis, 87% of participants complained that the more efficacious products, mostly prescription, had caused some form of irritation.
Although hyperhidrosis is identified as a common and significant concern, no literature specifically characterizes this problem in people with amputation.
It " Pro-Banthine is the only oral treatment licensed for hyperhidrosis and is available on prescription from either a GP or dermatologist.
Autonomic disturbance was detected in the form of hypohidrosis in the left half of face, and hyperhidrosis in the right half of body; especially in the right half of face and in the right arm reaching out to the elbow (Figure 1).
announced today that the miraDry System received Conformite Europeenne (CE) Mark approval for the treatment of primary axillary hyperhidrosis, commonly known as bothersome underarm sweat.
The condition is called hyperhidrosis, wherein the body's cooling system becomes very active and produces more than four or five times the amount of sweat needed.
They also discuss afferent pain disorders (temporomandibular joint disorder, migraine, tension headaches, and trigeminal neuralgia); and autonomic disorders (sialorrhea, facial hyperhidrosis, and Frey's syndrome).
Those who experience hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) also can try prescription-strength antiperspirants and prescription pills that can decrease sweat production temporarily, but the medication sometimes can result in dry mouth and eyes as side effects.
Doctors say Botox is increasingly becoming ' the' choice of treatment for people, especially girls, suffering from hyperhidrosis, a medical condition in which you sweat excessively.