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What Are the Symptoms and Signs of Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)?

We sweat and that’s natural. We sweat to normalize our body temperature, but some life changes such as pregnancy, menopause, or medical conditions can add to excessive sweating. Other times, people experience excessive sweating without life changes, known as hyperhidrosis. The excessive sweating is usually sporadic, but can be continuous and usually increases with stress and elevated temperature. What is Hy ...

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Why You Should Choose Skin City’s miraDry Treatment for Hyperhidrosis

We all sweat. After all, sweating helps regulate our body temperature. However, if you suffer from excessive underarm sweat—also known as hyperhidrosis—you know there’s nothing normal about it. It leaves you feeling embarrassed and distressed at the simple thought of lifting your arms. Now imagine a lifetime of freedom from antiperspirants, deodorants, and shaving! Who wouldn’t want that? Luckily, there’s m ...

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How Does miraDry Work?

  Do you struggle with excess underarm sweating? Fortunately we can help. Excess underarm sweating is also known as hyperhidrosis where there is severe sweating. Excess sweating may cause you to change your shirt frequently, cover up with jackets or sweaters, careful selection of the clothes you wear for fear of the sweat showing or ruining your shirts, placing pads or padding under the arms to absorb ...

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miraDry®: All You Need to Know About miraDry Treatment Procedure, Cost & Results

What is miraDry? For most of us sweating is unsettling in our daily activities.  Looking for the strongest antiperspirants, painstakingly removing underarm stains from clothes, and avoiding social activities can be discouraging. That’s why Skin City is excited to introduce the new non-invasive procedure – miraDry, which reduces underarm sweating, also called as Hyperhidrosis. . By eliminating the sweat and ...

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What Is The Treatment For Hyperhidrosis?

Have you ever been embarrassed about excessive sweating, stains in the underarm area, not being able to wear the clothes you want? Or does it affect your confidence at work and in relationships? Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating is a nerving wrecking disorder that affects an estimated 4.8% of the worldwide population. So if you’re suffering, you’re not alone! Hyperhidrosis is extreme and unmanageable swe ...

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What Are the Causes or Reasons for Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)?

Why Do I Sweat So Much? Does social interaction stress you out? While sweat plays a critical role in helping your body maintain its proper temperature, however, certain people sweat more than others. Sweating can be an indication of an underlying condition, sweating due to an underlying condition is called secondary Hyperhidrosis which is different from Primary Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating without an ...

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Hyperhidrosis Or Excessive Sweating? Here’s All You Need To Know!

Sweating due to some stimulus is one thing and sweating profusely for no reason is an entirely different thing. One is a natural response, while the other is a medical condition. If you’ve observed that you’re sweating excessively, you may have questions as to‘why?’ Excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, can be a discomforting problem to deal with. While sweating is a bodily function, and one that ...

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Treat Excessive Sweating and Odor with MiraDry & LSA Treatment

Excessive Sweating ( Hyperhidrosis): Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a debilitating condition for many people. The sweating stains clothes, produces bad odour and is tremendously embarrassing at work as well as at social outings. It affects personal as well as professional life. Types: Hyperhidrosis can either be generalized, or localized to specific parts of the body. Hands, feet, armpits, and the g ...

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Axillary Hyperhidrosis: Recent trends in management

WHAT IS SWEATING? Sweat is essential to human survival and serves as the body's coolant, protecting it from overheating. There are two to four million sweat glands distributed all over our bodies. The majority of them are "eccrine" sweat glands, which are found in large numbers on the soles of the feet, the palms, the forehead and cheeks, and in the armpits. The other type of sweat gland is called an "apocr ...

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