What is the best treatment to stop excessive sweating?

Excessive underarm sweating is not only embarrassing; it can seriously impact quality of life.  So if you constantly have to reapply deodorant or have to deal with underarm sweat stains, you are probably anxious to find out what is the best treatment to stop excessive sweating.   

What causes excessive sweating?

Axillary hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating in the underarms is believed to be a genetic condition that is caused by overactive sweat glands. 

What is the best treatment to stop excessive sweating?

MiraDry is the best treatment for excessive sweating, because it delivers results that last a long time.  While there are several treatments on the market for axillary hyperhydrosis, they typically provide only temporary results.  However, miraDry gets rid of the sweat glands, thereby ensuring that patients experience a long-term reduction in underarm sweat. 

After miraDry treatment patients generally don’t have to be concerned about applying deodorant or antiperspirant, as they notice a significant reduction in sweat and odor.  In clinical trials, most patients experienced an average reduction of 82% in underarm sweat after just one treatment with miraDry (learn more).  

What is miraDry?

miraDry is a non-invasive therapy that is FDA approved treatment for treating underarm sweating in adults 18 years and older, and is safe for all skin types.

miraDry is a quick, in-office procedure that takes approximately 1 hour to complete.  The procedure is done with a device that uses microwave technology to remove the sweat and odor glands in the underarms.   Patients experience little to no discomfort during miraDry treatment (read more).

Are you ready to say goodbye to underarm sweat.  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the greater Boston, MA area, Krauss Dermatology Wellesley, MA is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.kraussdermatology.com, or by calling (781) 416-3500.

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