First of all, it is normal to sweat when you are hot or under pressure or doing physical activity. But if you are sweating for no reason it can significantly affect your quality of life. And this is called excessive sweating. Botox is a highly effective treatment for excessive sweating.
How and Where Is Botox Applied For Sweating?
The most common areas affected by excessive sweating are the scalp, underarms, hands, feet, and groin area. Some people may find this situation embarrassing and socially isolating.
By injecting botox (botulinum toxin) the nerve signals responsible for sweating are blocked. It stops the sweat glands from producing too much sweat.
Effectiveness Duration of the Botox for Sweating
As the nerves regenerate, retreatment is needed, typically in four to six months. However, over time the time between treatments can go longer