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Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. However, you are not alone! Hyperhidrosis affects many people. Antiperspirants provide temporary relief but are often useless in severe cases. Fortunately, BOTOX injections are a safe and effective treatment for hyperhidrosis. By targeting the specific sweat glands responsible for excessive sweating, BOTOX can provide long-lasting relief from this condition, allowing you to feel more comfortable and confident.

What Causes Hyperhidrosis?

The exact reason why certain people are predisposed to hyperhidrosis is unknown. Nonetheless, people with this condition have sweat glands that are hyperactive and produce excessive amounts of sweat in response to social or physical stress. It is a commonly held belief that hyperhidrosis also has a genetic component. Regardless of the cause, our objective at The Piazza Center is to provide a solution using BOTOX that improves your overall quality of life.

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How Can I Tell If I Have Hyperhidrosis?

You may have hyperhidrosis if you experience heavy sweating that goes beyond what is needed to regulate your body temperature. This can happen even when you're not exerting yourself physically or emotionally. Hyperhidrosis can affect various areas of the body, including the palms, feet, underarms, and face. If you suspect you have hyperhidrosis, it's best to consult with your primary care physician to learn more.

How Can Botox Help Regulate Hyperhidrosis?

BOTOX is known by most for its ability to combat signs of aging and alleviate chronic migraines. It is a substance known as a neuromodulator, which blocks signals from nerves to muscles. In facial rejuvenation, BOTOX diminishes the appearance of deep wrinkles and lines by temporarily relaxing the underlying associated muscles.

Many don’t know that BOTOX uses that same nerve signal-blocking power to function as a treatment for excessive sweating. By obstructing the nerve signals that activate sweat glands, BOTOX can significantly reduce chronically heavy perspiration. BOTOX treatments are fast and painless, and BOTOX’s sweat-minimizing effects typically last four to six months.

What Results Can I Expect?

Each person is unique, and results vary from patient to patient based on the severity of their condition. Most patients who undergo BOTOX treatments for hyperhidrosis experience a dramatic reduction in sweating and feel much more confident in their day-to-day lives. The relief they obtain from not having to worry about embarrassing sweat stains during work or social activities makes the treatment more than worth it. 

It is important to note that there is not enough BOTOX used in hyperhidrosis to restrict range of motion, though some patients may notice a slight weakness in the treatment area. Multiple areas of the body can be treated in the same session, making this an efficient and effective treatment. 

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We Care About Improving Your Life

At The Piazza Center in Austin, Texas, our goal is to be of service to our patients. We are committed to keeping up with the latest advancements in our field so we can offer our patients the very best treatments available. If you want to learn how BOTOX can help curb your excessive sweating, our skilled team is here for you; schedule your consultation today.

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