Male excessive sweating is an embarrassing but common problem. It’s a medical condition that can last a lifetime if left untreated. Although not a serious medical condition, excessive sweating can cause crippling social anxiety and be upsetting for sufferers. The problem can easily be remedied by SweatX laser treatment, a new twenty minute pain-free and long lasting solution.
SweatX incorporates multiple technologies to tackle underarm sweat and odour without the use of toxins, resulting in immediate improvements with lasting results allowing you to enjoy life without the worry of damp patches and sweaty palms.
SweatX works by delivering precisely controlled thermal energy to the treatment area to deactivate the sweat glands without injections.
The procedure usually takes between 30 to 45 minutes and results are typically noticeable within ten days leaving you worry free for several months. Although results are seen immediately, up to 4 treatment sessions are required for optimal results.
What causes underarm sweating?
Natural sweating is regulated by the hypothalamus (a part of the brain that controls automatic body processes). It sends signals to the body’s sweat glands through various nerves scattered across the body. These nerves respond to different kinds of stress – emotional, social and physical, as well as in times of increased body temperature.
For individuals suffering with hyperhidrosis, the sweat glands overestimate these signals and as a result, produce a much larger than necessary amount of sweat.
When will the treatment take affect?
According to Allergan (the makers of Botox), in clinical trials 89% of patients who had Botox treatment were satisfied after a single week. Your underarm sweating will begin to decrease within 48 hours and full results of treatment should be seen within 1 week. In addition to decreased sweating, you can also anticipate decreased body odour.
How long do the results last?
Results vary from patient to patient. According to Allergan (makers of Botox), in clinical trials 93% of patients were still satisfied after 16 weeks of treatment. Most patients only require two treatments a year to maintain results.