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Axillary Hyperhidrosis Treatment – How To Treat Hyperhidrosis Naturally

Do you find your armpits sweating excessively, even though you are not feeling warm or nervous? You could be suffering from excessive underarm sweating, otherwise known as axillary hyperhidrosis. For most people, sweating is a normal body process of cooling down. But for hyperhidrosis sufferers, they may sweat because of an overactive nervous system, despite their body being at a normal temperature. lontophoresis Axillary hyperhidrosis affects about 1% of the population, yet many of the sufferers are too afraid to seek a cure. I knew I was too embarrassed to ask when I had this problem, but am glad that I have found a solution for it. So what axillary hyperhidrosis treatment methods are available for you?

Firstly, if you have long armpit hair, you should be looking to shave it away. Leaving long armpit hair in your underarms will only serve to hold more sweat, and result in excessive buildup of sweat. The end result is of course more sweat in the underarms, and body odor.

In terms of medical treatments, there are many views about which one is the best. I do not think any one treatment method can be deemed the best, because what may work for one person may not work for another. I have personally used natural remedy treatments recommended to me, and it has successfully cured my axillary hyperhidrosis. You can find out more about this cure, and my fight against axillary hyperhidrosis by following the link below.

Antiperspirants are by far the most easily accessible solution for most people. I have personally tried them, but they were not good enough to deal with my heavy armpit sweating. If you suffer from mild excessive sweating, this solution may work for you. Do keep in mind that it is a short term cure, therefore you will have to repeat constantly.

Avoid over-consumption of strong smelling foods, or caffeine rich drinks. Strong smelling foods like garlic, onions, spices and curry can cause a strong body odor.

You may have also heard of botox injections. This method has worked for many people who do not mind the high cost of injections. You can usually experience the effects of the injections within a few days, but you will need to repeat the treatment every six months. Each treatment can cost up to thousands of dollars though, so you will have to decide it is worth the cost.

As a last resort, you can go for surgery to cut your sympathetic nerves. It may be able to stop axillary hyperhidrosis, but it may also cause sweating in other areas of the body. Another form of surgery would be to remove the sweat glands altogether.