Thursday, 25 February, 2021

How To Prevent Sweaty Palms – Ultimate Remedies For Curing Sweaty Palms


Sweaty palm is called palmar hyperhidrosis medically. Sweaty palms problem happens with nearly every 6 out of 100 individuals. This problem has not been detected with its exact cause, but it is supposed to be hyperactivity of the sympathetic nervous system. This problem has got its internal causes as well as some external causes too. The external causing factor can be stress or emotion. In order to get rid of sweaty palms you need to cure it.

If this does not work on your sweaty hands then you can try iontophoresis which is a process using mild electric current and water to thicken the skin on the feet or hands. The thicker skin blocks the sweat from coming to the surface.

The theory behind this method is that the electrical current and the minerals in the water work together to thicken the outer layer of skin. This in turn blocks the flow of sweat to the skin’s surface.

It has helped hundreds of people that had problems just like you and me. It is completely safe and it doesn’t hurt at all, you don’t feel a thing. I have started using it about two weeks ago around twice a day for 10 minutes and my feet completely stopped sweating within six days. I didn’t have high expectations for this treatment but it really delivered the promise. Just imagine the relief you would feel when your sweating will completely disappear and you never have to worry about it again.

Surgery – I won’t go into this area as it is not that common these days. It is possible to surgically remove sweat ducts to cure excessive sweating, but it should be a last resort.

One of the newest methods for treating this problem is Botox. You’re probably thinking that’s how you remove wrinkles from your face and it is. It works pretty much the same way. It is injected into the skin and instead of killing nerves (like with wrinkles), it kills sweat glands. For me, I’m not interested in killing my sweat glands, only to reduce their sweating.

Compensatory sweating – This is the most common side affect. This means that although you may prevent underarms sweat, you may sweat more on other areas of the body to compensate for it. While it seems that no one knows exactly why this occurs, almost everyone will experience it to some degree after the surgery.

Do one treatment per day to cure your sweaty palms in just 10 days or do two treatments per day to cure them in 5 days. Once your palms stop sweating you will only need to do one treatment per two to three weeks.