Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Noticeable reduction of symptoms in just one month

Muscle Relaxer Injection for Hyperhidrosis

While primarily used for cosmetic purposes, over the years, doctors have discovered Muscle Relaxer Injection can be effective to help to people with other conditions.

Excessive Sweating

This condition is more commonly known as excessive sweating. Hyperhidrosis occurs when the hypothalamus—the part of the brain that controls body temperature—overacts and signals sweat glands to start working. A problem with the sympathetic nervous system, which connects the hypothalamus to the sweat glands, may also be at fault.

It is unknown exactly what causes hyperhidrosis, but bouts may be triggered by a variety of things such as exercise, spicy food, and anxiety.

If an individual suffers from hyperhidrosis, and it is not the result of another medical condition or medication, then it is known as primary focal hyperhidrosis. This means that the medical condition is hyperhidrosis itself, and it is not a side effect of something else. Generally, the condition develops at an early age and lasts for life.

Those with primary focal hyperhidrosis experience excessive sweating on certain parts of the body, such as the face, hands, feet and underarms—areas that have a high concentration of sweat glands. If one side of the body is affected, then in most cases, the other side is affected as well, making it symmetrical. Bouts do not typically occur during sleep.

Those with primary focal hyperhidrosis experience excessive sweating on certain parts of the body, such as the face, hands, feet and underarms—areas that have a high concentration of sweat glands. If one side of the body is affected, then in most cases, the other side is affected as well, making it symmetrical. Bouts do not typically occur during sleep.

Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Those with primary focal hyperhidrosis experience excessive sweating on certain parts of the body, such as the face, hands, feet and underarms.

Excessive Underarm Sweating

Excessive sweating concentrated in the underarm area is known as primary axillary hyperhidrosis. This can be particularly embarrassing as the condition can be visible to others when sweat soaks through clothing.

In cases of severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis, no amount of antiperspirant reduces the amount of sweat produced under the arms. At TCC, we offer treatment with Muscle Relaxer Injection to address excessive underarm sweating.

Muscle Relaxer Injection treats severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis: A noticeable reduction in the amount of sweat produced in the underarms occurs in the days following the first treatment, and may take up to a month to be fully controlled.

Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Muscle Relaxer Injection achieves a noticeable reduction in the amount of sweat produced in the underarms within days, and achieve full control in about four weeks.