Excessive Sweating Treatments | Sydney | Hiperhydrosis

excessive sweating treatmnents in sydney hyperhidrosisAre you looking for a Cosmetic Clinic in Sydney that offers treatments for excessive sweating also called hyperhidrosis?

We have created a new category that list all the different places, specialists, cosmetic treatments and doctors that offer a treatment for hyperhidrosis (hiperhyrosis) or excessive sweating in your area.

A specialized injection for hyperhidrosis has now been approved for the treatment of this condition, and has been found to be both safe and effective. It appears that this type of sweating is caused by overactivity of the nervous system. It often starts in childhood or adolescence, and other family members may be similarly affected.

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Below you will find a quick list of Cosmetic Clinics that offer cosmetic treatments for hyperhydrosis or excessive underarm sweating?


Ayurve Skin Care
Sydney CBD

About Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)

Hiperhydrosis Statistics

Did you know that about 1% some say even 2% of the worlds population suffers from excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis).

Symptoms of hyperhidrosis:

The typical presentation of excessive hand sweating or foot sweating is the uncontrolled appearance of sweat. It can happen at any time without any identified reason. Usually patients do not have these problems while sleeping but during their normal daily hours it can happen. It can affect people negatively in functional and social settings. Obviously the sweating levels are different from one patient to another but none the less the affects can be significant to those affected. There is no connection between being anxious or active because this condition can happen at times when the person is not active or anxious. This represents the autonomous nature of the sympathetic nervous system which is an involuntary one compared to the motoric or sensory nervous systems which are voluntary systems.

What causes of Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis):

It is commonly an inherited condition and can affect those who suffer from it on a social, functional, and emotional level. The good news is, there are several different ways to combat excessive sweating with varying levels of effectiveness depending on the severity of the excessive sweating problem. Use the list of links on the left to cover all relevant topics ranging from hand sweating to armpit sweating.

The very basic explanation for excessive sweating is that a segment of the sympathetic nervous system is responsible for this presentation. What is the sympathetic chain you may ask? This is an autonomous part of the nervous system on which we have no control. The autonomous nervous system has two parts to it, the sympathetic and the parasympathetic. Those systems affect blood pressure, heart rate, anxiety level and many other functions.

Affected areas for Hiperhydrosis

Commonly affected areas of the body are the hands (sweaty hands – palmar), feet (sweaty feet – plantar), and armpits (axillary). The armpits and face represent a smaller groups of patients. Different methods have been used to treat excessive sweating such as herbal medications, different oral medications, lotions, and injections of botox. All of the above had limited success and if successful only for a limited periods of time. The surgical method known as ETS is the only known permanent solution. Dr. Reisfeld based in Los Angeles at The Center for Hyperhidrosis offers the most in depth site on the surgery procedure itself (ETS) and hyperhidrosis.

Source: http://www.excessive-sweating.net/sympathectomy_description.html

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  5. hi! plz help! I have this problem with sweating when I am nervos or before i get my menstruation
    CAN U send me information about prices and some locations around Bankstown?!plz
    Thankyou
    ANCA

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  8. It appears that the time has come that even in (from within) Australia medical information has been replaced with infomercials.
    While it might be true that many myths circulate on the internet about hyperhidrosis and it’s ‘cure’ (sympathectomy), these remain fictional (made up by the medical industry) to justify a procedure that some (from within the medical profession!) describe as criminal.
    1. There is no such a thing as a “certain overactive segment” of the ANS.
    2. The ANS is NOT overactive in people with hyperhidrosis, the cause is much more complex. (studies were done and published)
    3. Sympathectomy is not a cure, and is not permanent.
    4. There are studies showing that 51% after this ‘cure’ had a decreased quality of life. For a life-style procedure hat is a pretty sad statistic. Side-effects are not purely inconvenient (the abnormal sweating after surgery is not “compensatory”, again this has been studied and published. maybe you should look up research done NOT by those who earn millions from offering this surgery…) bu by those who have no financial interest in it. Rare but can be found.
    The amount of compensatory sweating depends on the patient, the damage that the white rami communicans incurs, and the amount of cell body reorganization in the spinal cord after surgery.
    Other potential complications include inadequate resection of the ganglia, gustatory sweating, pneumothorax, cardiac dysfunction, post-operative pain, and finally Horner’s syndrome secondary to resection of the stellate ganglion.
    http://www.ubcmj.com/pdf/ubcmj_2_1_2010_24-29.pdf
    Reorganization within the spinal cord=spinal cord injury. Surgically induced.
    5. significant impairment of the heart rate to workload relationship was consistently observed following sympathectomy
    The aim of the present prospective study was to confirm that a significant impairment of the heart rate to workload relationship was consistently observed following unilateral and/or bilateral (sympathectomy) surgery. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg 2001;20:1095-1100 http://ejcts.ctsnetjourna…i/content/full/20/6/1095
    6. Sympathectomy interferes with human physiology (not just sweating!) and affects the overall functioning of the autonomic nervous system (not just part of it).
    sympathectomy created imbalance of autonomic activity and functional changes of the intrathoracic organs
    http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02770900802660949
    Do not believe everything you read in an ad or infomercial.

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