Palmar Hyperhidrosis

If you have ever shaken hands with someone suffering from palmar hyperhidrosis and have felt uncomfortable, imagine how the sufferer feels. Simply put, it is an excess of sweating that occurs in the palms of the hand. One of the medical treatments against excessive sweating is the application of botox. To have more knowledge of medicine you can access the following page ensemble-cest-tous.

 

When I hear or read the word botox I also put on a funny face. There has been talk so much about botox and the paralyzing effect of the muscle to which they inject butolinic toxin, which is not surprising. I have been gathering information to be able to clarify some important points.

 

It is a medical treatment and it is important to take it into account before letting someone who is not a specialist in the subject inject botox into your skin. Because it’s about that: they are botox injections in the palms of the hand.

 

What is the treatment

Prior to the treatment itself, you must visit the doctor if there are any contraindications such as muscle problems, incompatibility with any medication and (in case any woman is reading) pregnancy.

 

They are injections applied with a very fine needle in the superficial part of the skin, they assure that the pain is minimal. You will feel the prick where they have practiced it and little else. I imagine that nothing compared to a session of piercing: motivation can give you the necessary courage.

 

In a single session all injections are applied and can last between 20-40 minutes. That you know that it is a treatment that also serves for the problems of hyperhidrosis in the armpits and feet. The treatment can be done at any time of the year.

 

What does botox do in this treatment

As we sometimes talk about cosmetic-effect botox, I think it is important that we clarify that here we talk about botox. This famous butolinic toxin produces a temporary blockage of the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands, thus blocking the release of sweat.