Treatment of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)

Sweating is a normal response to a rise in temperature, anxiety or physical activity because it is a process which is necessary to control body temperature and a healthy skin moisture balance. The human body possesses approximately 3 million sweat glands which can produce up to 6 liters of sweat a day. If the body produces more sweat than is needed for thermoregulation, it can also be an indication of an underlying disease.

Excessive sweating can be caused, for example, by stress, pressure, overweight, acidosis, thyroid problems, disorders of the autonomic nervous system or menopause. No matter what the cause, hyperhidrosis sufferers often feel helpless because they are so uncomfortable in their own skin. Excessive sweating should be taken seriously and requires competent treatment in order to prevent more serious diseases.

We look at an individual in its entirety, search for the actual cause of the hyperhidrosis and employ a holistic treatment, such as, for example, a systematic de-acidification of the body.