Treatment of palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis
What is excessive sweating?
It's normal to sweat if you get hot or do exercise, but you may be sweating excessively if you're sweating when your body does not need to cool down.
Excessive sweating can happen for no obvious reason, because of another condition you may have or as a side effect of a medicine you're taking.
Things you can do to help with excessive sweating
wear loose-fitting clothes to minimise signs of sweating
wear socks that absorb moisture and change your socks at least twice a day if possible
wear leather shoes and try to wear different shoes day to day
do not wear tight clothes or synthetic fabrics – for example, nylon
do not wear enclosed boots or sports shoes that may cause your feet to sweat more
do not do things that might make your sweating worse – for example, drinking alcohol or eating spicy food
Treatment of Palmar and Plantar Hyperhidrosis:
Treating hyperhidrosis now is one of the easiest and most efficient minimally invasive procedurs done by interventional pain management physicians. Radiofrequency to the sympathetic chain due to its overactivity has proven efficacy in reducing the excessive sweating in both hands and soles.
Sympathetic chain overactivity treated with radiofrequency ablation reduces the excessive sweating.
All patients are discharged from the hospital on the same day, so it's called day cases.