Category: Hyperhidrosis Treatments

Hyperhidrosis treatment for a sweat-free summer

With temperatures finally reflecting the time of year, it seems summer’s here at last. But for those who suffer from excessive sweating, the arrival of summer can be bad news. Most of us are prone to perspiration in the warmer months. We might get through more deodorant than usual, find ourself feeling thirstier (to replace lost […]

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NHS boob job girl now given Botox

Leeds glamour model Josie Cunningham sparked a media storm earlier this year by posing topless in The Sun newspaper with breast implants she received on the NHS. Now she is coming under fire again – this time for receiving Botox injections, also at the taxpayer’s expense. The 22-year-old has been prescribed the injections for excessive […]

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Steps singer Claire Richards says no to sweat and yes to Botox

Claire Richards, ex-singer from 90s pop band Steps, has seen something of a television revival of late. As well as re-forming the band last year she has most recently appeared alongside celebrities in this year’s Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5. She is set to appear on the small screen once more in a documentary […]

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Hyperhidrosis – what causes it and what can I do about it?

Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating, and whilst it does not pose a serious health risk it can be embarrassing and burdensome for the sufferer. So what causes the condition and if it is having a negative impact on your life what can you do to alleviate the problem? Hyperhidrosis is believed by […]

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Botox to combat excessive sweating – how does it work?

Summer looks to be arriving at long last, which is great news for most of us, but for those who are prone to excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), the increased temperature can be a cause for concern. It’s no fun to be sat in the office, or out for the evening, with visible wet patches under your […]

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Botox – thought it was just for treating wrinkles? Think again.

Today it was announced that Botox injections may soon be available on the NHS as a treatment for chronic migraines. Having been approved as a treatment for the condition in 2010, the medical watchdog NICE is now weighing up whether Botox should be funded for certain NHS patients. Migraines bring misery to around 700,000 people […]

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Excessive sweating, why does it occur?

The condition of excessive sweating is also known as Hyperhidrosis. Why some people suffer from HyperHidrosis is unclear but it does appear to be caused by abnormal signals from your nerves to your sweat glands. Normally sweating occurs in response to heat and for people who suffer from excessive sweating it often appears when the surroundings  are […]

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Excessive Sweating

Hyperhidrosis is a very common condition and is the medical term for excess sweating. This can occur to anyone and is not necessarily need to be related to heat changes. Infact many of my patients start sweating on a stimuli such as nervous tension. The good news is that the hyperhidrosis can now be effectively […]

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