Are you dealing with excessive underarm sweat?
Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is experienced by over 110,000 Aussies!
Excessive sweating can be distressing and embarrassing but it’s also quite common.
Sweating happens when the nervous system triggers the sweat glands to produce fluid to naturally cool the body. However excessive sweating occurs when the sweat glands become overactive, producing to much fluid to cool the body and can happen without the trigger of heat, or physical activity.
Along with excessive sweat, body odour can cause stress and be embarrassing, causing you to over-use deodorants and antiperspirants.
Excessive sweating can also cause you to soak through clothing, ruining clothing and limiting you from wearing your favourite colours and fabrics.
What treatments are available?
At the Canberra sweat clinic by The R Clinic we offer miraDry.
MiraDry uses thermal energy to target and eliminate sweat glands in the underarm area. Once those glands are eliminated, they don’t grow back!
Goodbye sweat ????
But don’t I need my underarm sweat glands?
You have 2 million sweat glands all over your body, only 2% are located in the underarm area!
Removing sweat glands from your underarm area does not stop the body from effectively cooling itself (and your body won’t compensate by sweating more in other areas)
Is MiraDry for me?
MiraDry is for anyone who is sick of sweating from their underarms may be a candidate for a miraDry procedure.
????You don’t wear certain colours or materials, or notice sweat stains on your clothing
????You keep jackets and jumpers on to avoid visible sweat stains
????You worry about sweating in advance of situations eg. Dates, business meetings
???? You overuse antiperspirants and deodorants
????You are embarrassed someone might see you sweating
????You sweat even in cooler conditions
So, are you ready to change your life and #stopsweatingforgood?
Call our team to talk more about miraDry or to book your complementary consultation with one of doctor 02 02 5119 3898 or via firstname.lastname@example.org