Everyone will experience excessive sweating at times – whether it’s from a workout at the gym, extreme temperatures or an illness. Perspiration is important as it is our body’s own natural coolant and helps maintain consistent body temperature. But for some, excessive sweating is an ongoing problem and a real condition known as hyperhidrosis. In essence, your sweat glands are overreacting to stimuli or simply producing more sweat than is needed.
This condition is often embarrassing for people and may impact your self-confidence and ability to socialize. The good news is that there are many treatment options, including the use of Botox®.
Note: If you are unsure of a particular treatment option, we offer free consultation appointments. Call us at 403-252-4410 to book.
Instead of trying to hide sweat stains or avoid social situations entirely, you can consider the following options for your excessive sweating condition also known as Hyperhidrosis.
Capillus RX 312Capillus laser therapy devices use red-light therapy clinically proven to promote hair growth. Capillus' independently reviewed, double-blind clinical trial showed an increase in hair thickness when using Capillus, compared to a placebo device. Of those that observed hair regrowth, there were also no reports of adverse effects during their participation. The trial concluded that Capillus' laser technology is safe for use and effective at helping stimulate hair growth for treating androgenic alopecia. *only available at Physician offices
Sunetics Laser Hair SystemClinical studies reveal that the use of “soft” laser light, delivered with the correct power and at the appropriate wave length, has the ability to stop the progression of hair loss in 85% of patients tested and to encourage re-growth in more than 57% of patients tested.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Hair RejuvenationThis non-surgical, affordable solution is administered through a simple injection that utilizes your body’s own platelets. Sensitivity in the area of treatment is expected, but there is no downtime or long recovery process. The number of treatments needed will vary but it’s common to have several treatments spaced about 1 month apart.