Excessive sweating solutions in Southport

Sweat reduction
Painless procedure
Life-changing results

Hyperhidrosis is the condition characterised by excessive sweat.

It is a common condition in which a person sweats excessively, to an extent which can be embarrassing and distressing for the sufferer. Hyperhidrosis has no obvious cause and is thought to be the result of a problem with the part of the nervous system that controls sweating.​

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition where one sweats excessively, in an abnormal manner, in situations unrelated to the temperature or weather. It most commonly affects the underarm (or armpit) area, and may cause much anxiety to the affected person.​

Hyperhidrosis symptoms can be treated by injections of botulinum toxin to the overactive sweat glands. The botulinum toxin protein acts to block the excess nerve impulses that are a major factor in the condition, thereby reducing the amount of sweat produced and leaving dry, soft skin. Treatments are safe and straightforward and, aside from a slight pinprick at the point of injection, are a comfortable and painless procedure.

A 90% reduction in sweating is achieved by most patients, within 1 week after the treatment at Secrets Medical Centre.​

The dryness lasts about 6 months or more. Clients can choose to repeat the treatment every 6 months to maintain the results. Body odour generally improves as a direct result of the reduced sweating, however this is not always the case.​

If your life is being ruined by sweating – you are NOT alone. Studies document that hyperhidrosis is common, severe, emotionally damaging, and new research shows that nearly 5% of the world's population suffers from excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis. That's right, 365 million people are struggling with extreme sweating — just like you!​

Satisfied clients of Secrets Medi-Centre who have been treated with underarm hyperhidrosis describe the result as life-changing, as their self-confidence greatly increases once the excessive sweating is under control. Book a consultation by calling 01704-607125.

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