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Botox Injection for Sweaty Glands

Sweating is a natural process that actually regulates the body temperature, but can prove to be extremely embarrassing when you over sweat somewhere in a gathering. Many people and particularly those who are young have this problem and mostly that concerns sweating underarms. In medical terms, it is being referred to as severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis or severe underarm sweating and can be treated by Botox injection for sweaty glands which is considered to be the best for such a condition. It is required when there is excessive sweating with surpasses normal body cooling requirements. Normally when we are engaged in some kind of a strenuous activity or in a place where the surroundings are hot and humid it starts sweating. For some people it is more like a tap of water being turned on and this may require Botox injection for sweaty glands. This is because excessive sweat tends to ferment which results in a very irritating smell from the person who is having this. Sometimes even taking bath twice or thrice in the day is not enough. Since need is the mother of invention so when the demand for treating this problem increased, this gave rise to the introduction of Botox injection for sweaty glands for the first time in 2004 by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). The main focus behind was to get rid of excessive sweating in the underarms. Nevertheless, it proved to be very much effective for hands, feet, and face so very much preferred by surgeons world over. If you are looking to get rid of excessive sweating just to avoid embarrassment which it causes then it is very much likely that you would fancy knowing about how Botox injection for sweaty glands procedure works. As far as the treatment of underarm sweating is concerned it is usually painless but for palms or soles there may be some pain involved. There can be multiple injections with patient under anesthesia but depends on doctor’s recommendations for the area to be treated.
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