Frequently Asked Questions - Understanding Hyperhidrosis

Can hyperhidrosis be cured?

Can hyperhidrosis be prevented?

How are children treated for hyperhidrosis?

How common is hyperhidrosis?

How do I get referred to an NHS specialist?

How is hyperhidrosis diagnosed?

I have been sent to another GP and not to a Dermatologist, is this right?

If this is sweat, then how come it doesn’t have an odour?

Is hyperhidrosis hereditary?

What alternative or complementary therapies are helpful for hyperhidrosis?

What are the symptoms of hyperhidrosis?

What changes can I make to my lifestyle to help relieve my symptoms?

What drugs or illnesses cause secondary Hyperhidrosis?

What is the most common cause of hyperhidrosis?

Why is Hyperhidrosis always experienced in the hands, feet and armpits?

Will my hyperhidrosis go away? Will I grow out of it?

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