HYPERHIDROSIS IN THE UNDERARMS

Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, occurs when sweat glands overact, often as a result of stimuli such as high temperatures or from emotional stimuli, such as stress, fear or excitement.
The latter are the most common causes of excessive sweating, which most frequently occurs on the forehead, hands, feet and underarms.

What are the signs of hyperhidrosis in the underarms?

Excessive underarm sweating can become a serious disruption to daily life and causes symptoms such as:

  • General feeling of dampness
  • Bad odor
  • Visible wet halo marks and stains on clothing
  • Maceration and dermatitis of the underarm skin

What are the causes of hyperhidrosis?

While excessive sweating can be caused by climatic factors such as heat, it can also appear at any time of the year due to emotional stress. For example, anxiety or particularly tense situations can activate the sweat glands, which can sometimes overreact leading to excessive sweating.

How to treat hyperhidrosis in the underarms

Medical interventions such as botulinum toxin (botox) injections can improve hyperhidrosis However, such treatment can be impractical as the injections can be demanding on the body and require readministration over time.
Another surgical treatment for hyperhidrosis involves the clipping of the nervous system.

Everydeo is an effective, natural remedy to combat hyperhidrosis. Thanks to aluminum chloride, Everydeo temporarily deactivates sweat gland activity, thus decreasing the amount of sweat produced.
Apply Everydeo to the underarms every morning and reapply as needed throughout the day.

Improvements should be noticeable after five or six days of treatment.