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Stop Sweating So Much: The SISU Solution

June 6, 2018

With soaring temperatures hitting recently, we’re getting an influx of patients in our Cork, Dublin and Killarney SISU Clinics who are looking for a fix for excessive sweating.

Many people are surprised to learn there is a solution to this often embarrassing problem. But our doctors have been treating hyperhidrosis (the medical term for excessive sweating) for years. How do we do it?

Believe it or not, Botox for excessive sweating is the safe, fast way to regulate the body’s sweat production. Whether you’re suffering due to excessive sweating from your face, armpits, hands or feet, SISU’s doctors can help.

Rest assured, lots of people suffer from hyperhidrosis. In fact, approximately 5% of the population are afflicted with excessive sweating. And it’s not merely an issue of vanity that drives people to SISU Clinics to treat this condition.

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Excessive sweating often causes embarrassment and stress to the point where some people avoid social events in warmer months (or year-round) to avoid feeling uneasy. In extreme cases, it can trigger feelings of actual shame.

There is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of. Figures show that around 70,000 people out of Dublin’s 1.4 million population may suffer from hyperhidrosis. It’s a condition SISU’s doctors are very familiar with and handle with the same understanding they bring to all of our treatments.

Bonus: We can treat excessive sweating in 15 – 20 minutes, and you can expect to see results the same week. On average, patients report a reduction in sweating after four to six days. For some patients it begins to work within 24 hours.

At SISU, all of our patients return after two weeks so their doctor can make sure the treatment is working. For excessive sweating, if your doctor determines that you need additional Botox, that will be administered with no extra cost to you.

On average, patients can expect approximately six months of relief of excessive sweating per treatment. That’s long enough to see you through summer’s busy social calendar and beyond. You can then top up as we approach the hectic holiday party period.

If you suffer with excessive sweating and want to alleviate the issue, book a free consultation with one of our doctors. Our highly-skilled aesthetic physicians at SISU’s Cork, Dublin, and Killarney clinics have helped hundreds of people with Botox for hyperhidrosis and can help you, too. Your SISU doctor will give you a personal assessment, explaining the treatment in full and answering all of your questions. Click here to book your free consultation today or call 021-4279438 and make your appointment.

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