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Confidential: Hyperhidrosis: Get rid of this uncomfortable situation with BOTOX therapy.

While sweating is a normal human body function, some people sweat more than others. This condition is characterized as hyperhidrosis and refers to the pathological excessive sweating production by the eccrine sweat glands. Eccrine sweat glands are innervated by cholinergic nerve fibers, the endings of which terminate directly on the skin surface, irrespective of the other constituents of the epidermis.

Usually their discharge is thin and odourless. It consists mainly of water, sodium chloride, urea, amino acids, lactic acid and uric acid. The most common areas for hyperhidrosis, are underarms, hands and feet. About 3% of the population suffers from excessive sweating and all the adverse effects that are associated with it.

Many treatments have been applied to reduce excessive sweating. Most of them, however, have been abandoned either because of their intense side effects or because of their inadequate effectiveness.

Today, BOTOX hyperhidrosis treatment is the most widespread and effective. It is a chosen therapy for hands and feet hyperdidrosis, as it provides a result of over 90% and requires repetition only twice a year. It is also the most common treatment for axillary hyperhidrosis, where the success rates reach 100%.
With BOTOX hyperhidrosis treatment the transmission of nerve stimulations to sweat glands is prevented and sweating is reduced. The beneficial effect of treatment begins after 2-5 days and lasts for up to 6 months. The technique is performed by intradermal injections, is completely tolerated by the patient and lacks significant side effects.
In conclusion, in YODA Day Care Unit, specialized doctors deal with the problem of hyperhidrosis effectively and safely with BOTOX therapy.