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Over-Sweating Treatment

Over-sweating treatment

Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) is a state of excessive sweating regardless of environmental conditions and the body's temperature control. Patients with hyperhidrosis do not need to move excessively to sweat. Even if they are immobile, they can sweat excessively where they sit.

Sweating is a natural condition that maintains body temperature in balance. Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) is the name given to sweating experienced above physiological needs.

When to See a Doctor?
Excessive Sweating Treatment Methods
1- Cream and Deodorant
2- BonTA Application
3- Surgical Operation Methods
Benefits of Sweating Treatment
Frequently Asked Questions About Excessive Sweating

The disease can develop due to a drug or a medical condition. Regional excessive sweating is sweating that occurs especially in the armpits, palms, soles, and more rarely in the head and neck region.

Sweating while eating is seen in what is called Frey's syndrome. Common hyperhidrosis; It can occur due to hormonal, neurological, infectious reasons or cardiovascular diseases, respiratory system diseases, drugs and poisoning. Regional excessive sweating is more common than other sweating disorders.

Although the exact cause is not known, improper functioning of the nervous system is seen as the main cause of the disease. Normal amount of sweating is 1-2 liters per day. However, people with excessive sweating problems can produce 10 liters of sweat in stress situations.

Sweating has two important functions for our body; It moisturizes the skin, stabilizes body temperature and contributes to the body's excretory system. Sweat is colorless and odorless when secreted. However, bacteria can multiply rapidly in hot and humid environments such as armpits, causing this epidemic to smell bad.

Apart from physical activities, many events such as excitement, fear, embarrassment and boredom can cause sweating even though there is no physiological reason. When body temperature rises due to external temperatures or tension, blood circulation is accelerated.

Thus, a flow of heat begins towards the upper part of the body where the sweat glands become active. In this case, the sweat formed on the skin evaporates and cools the skin. Sweating problem, which occurs especially in hot weather, may increase in some people due to situations such as weight, stress, excessive activity.

Although sweating is regarded as a normal condition that occurs in every healthy person, excessive sweating is an unhealthy condition. Excessive sweating may occur throughout the day or most of the day, as well as occasionally and unexpectedly.

It may be due to an underlying disease, or it may occur in completely healthy individuals for no reason at all. Affected daily activities due to sweating and the occurrence of complaints at least once a week are also considered a sign of excessive sweating.

Patient complaints may differ according to the age group. In childhood patients, symptoms such as not being able to use the computer keyboard, wet paper while writing, or slipping of the hand while playing instruments such as the piano may occur.

Complaints of adult patients, such as avoiding shaking hands, appear mostly as problems in social relationships. In this patient group, sweating may occur seconds after drying their hands.

In advanced sweating, sweating grains such as rain grains can be seen on the palms. Color change from the wrists, exfoliation are among the rare symptoms of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis).

Primary regional is called excessive sweating problem. Symptoms of primary (regional) excessive sweating may occur in different ways. Generally, sweating of certain areas such as hands and armpits when the body is dry is known as the most important symptom of the discomfort.

Sometimes, sweating of the face and feet may accompany this condition. Not only the hands or armpits can sweat, but sometimes different combinations such as hands and feet, hands and armpits can be experienced.

Absence of sweating during sleep is also the primary sign of excessive sweating. The excessive sweating problem that we call secondary is sweating due to other diseases.

Examples of these are diabetes, thyroid, obesity, alcohol, menopause, respiratory and heart failure. In secondary excessive sweating, usually night sweats may be more.

When to See a Doctor?

Certain medical conditions can reveal how much a person is sweating. It is important to see a doctor to identify these conditions. An overactive thyroid gland, menopause, liver disease, kidney disease or diabetes can make people sweat much more.

It is important to consult a doctor if:

Sweating at night
High rate of sweating despite no active activity
Cold sweats
Excessive sweating that causes disruption of daily routines
Excessive Sweating Ted

avi Methods
In the treatment of excessive sweating, patients use many treatment methods. These treatment methods;

1- Cream and Deodorant
First of all, patients apply cream and deodorant treatment, which is the simplest application. Cream and deodorant sprays stop sweating temporarily by blocking sweat pores.

However, such measures produce very short-term solutions such as a few hours in patients with mild excessive sweating. Such measures do not help in patients with moderate and severe sweating (hyperhidrosis).

2- BonTA Application
BonTA process can be used in the treatment of many ailments. These are one of the problems of excessive sweating. Sweating more than normal affects people's lives negatively.

For this reason, people want to prevent this situation and get rid of excessive sweating. At this point, the preference of the people is in favor of the BonTa method. The most common sweat problem in the armpits, hands and feet is the popular method of recent times.

It can be treated with BonTa. BonTA treatment is applied for both hand and foot sweating and armpit sweating. Tests can be applied to determine the sweating area on the area to be treated before BonTA application.

There is a decrease in sweating for 4 days to 2 weeks after the treatment. The duration of effect is approximately 4-12 months. With the BonTa method, people can get rid of excessive sweating and return to their daily lives.

How Is Excessive Sweating Problem Treated With BonTA Method?
With BonTa, regional excessive sweating treatment is performed by injecting the appropriate amount of BonTA material with needles into the areas where sweating is experienced intensely.

The injected BonTA material prevents the nerves in the sweat glands from working excessively, preventing sweat production. Before the procedure, local anesthetic cream is applied to the application area in order not to feel any pain or ache.

After this application, the area is disinfected and made ready for the BonTA process. After the procedure, people can return to their daily lives. In the first week, a great improvement is observed in the application area.

The effect of BonTa treatment usually lasts 6 to 8 months. As the BonTa process loses its effect at the end of 6 to 8 months, people can request the same process to be applied again if they wish.

There is no harm in applying the BonTa process many times. If you have excessive sweating problem, you can choose regional sweating treatment with BonTa.

3- Surgical Operation Methods
In the case of sweating that does not pass under the armpit, surgical treatment for the armpit nerves can be applied or the armpit sweat glands can be surgically removed.

Nowadays, these surgical methods can also be performed endoscopically. Modern devices that destroy the sweat glands in the area to be treated have also been developed.

Despite successful results with these devices, side effects such as edema, redness and loss of sensation have also been reported. In our center, we offer the treatment of many dermatological disorders such as excessive sweating to our patients without the need for surgical methods.

Benefits of Sweating Treatment
Excessive sweating problem is solved in 15 - 20 minutes
You can find a solution to the problem of excessive sweating especially in the summer months with BonTA and you can spend a comfortable summer season.
BonTA application continues for 6 to 8 months.
The odor and visual problems that occur with sweating are solved.
People can continue their social lives easily and freely.

Frequently Asked Questions About Excessive Sweating

Which Diseases Cause Excessive Sweating?
Sweating can cause skin problems. As a result of excessive sweating, rashes or fungus may occur on the hands and feet.

Is There a Herbal or Natural Treatment for Excessive Sweating?
There is no proven herbal treatment for excessive sweating.

Do Children Have Excessive Sweating?
Primary (regional) excessive sweating is a disease that occurs from childhood. Generally, after the age of 10, families detect excessive sweating. If left untreated, it continues for life.

Is There Excessive Sweating During Pregnancy?
Secondary (disease-induced) excessive sweating can be caused by different reasons. Menopause or pregnancy is among them.

Does Excessive Sweating Discomfort Go On Itself?
The severity of primary (regional) excessive sweating generally increases towards adulthood, and rarely passes spontaneously. In secondary (disease-induced) excessive sweating, complaints cannot be relieved without treating the underlying disease.

Are The Causes Of Excessive Sweating Different In Men And Women?
The primary (regional) causes of excessive sweating in men and women are equal. Secondary (disease-related) excessive sweating, which occurs according to the underlying disease, is more common in women.

Excessive Sweating more seen in the age range?

Hyperhidrosis disease is mostly seen in the 18-25 age range.