Excessive Sweating
Excessive sweating, also known as Hyperhidrosis, can occur in unusual situations, such as in high temperature, stress, anxiety and exercising or without any trigger at all. It can also be caused by other medical conditions, such as menopause or hyperthyroidism. The most affected area is the underarms. However, excessive sweating may be also present in many parts of your body, including hands, feet, face, and head. Sweating is generally harmless and happens to both men and women.

HOW CAN I PREVENT EXCESSIVE SWEATING?

Excessive sweating cannot always be prevented, but there are steps you can take to minimise the condition:


•  Wear loose fitting clothing made of natural materials
•  Shower or bath once a day
•  Speak to your Doctor if it becomes a concern


Symptoms of excessive sweating include:

  • sweat that occurs on both sides of your body in roughly the same amount
  • Damp or wet palms of your hands 
  • Damp or wet soles of your feet
  • a family history of hyperhidrosis

HOW TO TREAT EXCESSIVE SWEATING

Here at Ecooner we specialise in tailoring and developing different treatments specifically for your targeted concerns. We go through our treatment recommendations with you to insure we meet every step of your expectations.