Finding the Cure – Medicines
Hyperhidrosis can be treated with medication as well as surgery. People suffering from this disease can try topical antiperspirants such as aluminum chloride or drysol, oral medicines such as glycoprrolate or robinol, amitriptyline or even botox. With regular use, medical treatment can reduce the problem, cure it for a short time, but also have important side effects. For this reason, it is advisable to consult your doctor about your drug treatment. The main problem here is that medical drug treatment requires long-term doses and continuous drug treatment and this also leads to side effects. Natural hyperhidrosis treatments are also available (such as herbal antiperspirants or acupuncture), but they are almost ineffective in severe cases of excessive sweat. You can find more information on hidrosiscure.com.Surgery for excessive sweat
Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy is the most common surgical procedure for hyperhidrosis. This type of surgery, also known as ETS, is mainly used to treat axillary hyperhidrosis and to fight underarm sweating. There are three different ways in which the surgical procedure for endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy can be carried out:
• ETS or sympathectomy by clamping is a procedure in which nerve activity is interrupted by applying a clamp / p>
• Sympathetic nerve resection is another procedure in which the nerves are cut in certain areas. This can be effective in some cases, but is a permanent operation and cannot be undone.
• The endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy by cutting removes most of the nerves that are responsible for excessive sweating and the effects are permanent
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