How Hyperhidrosis Occurs
In some cases, excessive sweating is a secondary symptom of another disease or ingestion of large quantities of alcohol, coffee, or heavily spiced food. Almost always, however, the symptoms such as excessively sweating palms, feet, armpits, or head are associated with the congenital form of the so-called focal hyperhidrosis. Doctors are not able to answer the question why this disease occurs, however, it is known that in 50% of cases of excessive sweating, the patient had a family member with the same problem. This means that it is a hereditary disease. Excessive sweating usually occurs in the early stage of puberty and can torment its victim to old age. Fortunately, scientists and doctors were able to devise methods and techniques that can remove hyperhidrosis and suppress its manifestations in the long term. The second generation Electro Antiperspirant has clinically proved to be suitable technique of removing excessive sweating in the hands, feet, armpits, head, back, chest, and many other parts of the body.
Clinical Study Presentation
I got the device a week ago, and I can't believe my eyes. Sweating is gone. I just want to ask how to keep it like this. Is it better to do preventative therapy, like once a week, or am I supposed to apply it after I start to sweat again. Thank you for your reply in advance.*Alvarez, Argentina
Electro Antiperspirant really works. THANK YOU!!!!!! I am incredibly grateful to you. After all I've ever tried, I didn't even hope to one day get rid of sweating. Thank you, thank you, thank you.*Lucja, Poland