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New Treatment for Hyperhidrosis Developed

A research team from John Hopkins University has developed a surgical procedure that they claim is a permanent solution to hyperhidrosis. Thoracic Sympathectomy, the name of the procedure, involves cutting the sympathetic nerve endings in the patient’s underarms. The researchers at the Hopkins Center for Sweat Disorders believe this treatment works instantaneously and does not … Continue reading New Treatment for Hyperhidrosis Developed

Hyperhidrosis of the Feet

Hyperhidrosis of the feet, also termed plantar hyperhidrosis, is characterized by excessive sweating of the feet that is not onset by any cause, such as exercise, fever, or anxiety. Most people suffering from hyperhidrosis of the feet also experience hyperhidrosis of the hands, or palmar hyperhidrosis. Approximately 1-2% of Americans suffer from this disorder. Sweating … Continue reading Hyperhidrosis of the Feet