Cringeworthy Medical Conditions That Are Just Too Much.
It’s the 6th Annual Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month and this year is extra special because we’re learning more about excessive sweating as well as other SO EXTRA medical conditions. Read our full blog for more information and, all month, please comment and share our social posts to help raise hyperhidrosis awareness!
Qbrexza® for Palms? Study Shows Us How
Can Qbrexza topical anticholinergic-containing cloths be used for the treatment of palmar sweating? Yes, but research from one of our co-founders shows that application techniques determine success or failure! A brilliant new study looked at four different application regimens and determined the one that achieves the best results with the most manageable side effects. Hint: it’s quite different than for underarms!
Watch our important Webinar all about oral medications used to treat hyperhidrosis.
During this free event, International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS) experts discussed critical (and often-asked-about) aspects of oral therapies for excessive sweating.
The informative, open conversation revolved around your questions about pills and tablets that can be prescribed for hyperhidrosis. Leaders in the field provided their insights and experiences, and answered your questions!
Research: Teens with Hyperhidrosis Say All Aspects of Life Negatively Impacted
Recent data shows how seriously hyperhidrosis hurts kids and teens. It’s key information for parents, guardians, and caregivers along with children’s healthcare providers, teachers, coaches, and other friends/mentors. Our community spoke and made people listen.
Planet Health = Public & Skin Health
The health of our planet is a public AND skin health imperative. Find out why the hyperhidrosis community must take climate change seriously, how to take care of yourself and your loved ones when heat waves strike, and how to work towards a sustainable future, now.
Excessive Sweating is Common with Parkinson’s Disease & Requires Attention & Treatment
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and so it is a key time to reiterate that excessive sweating, while often a condition unto itself (primary hyperhidrosis), can also be a symptom of another medical condition (secondary hyperhidrosis) - like Parkinson’s. In fact, according to the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA), sweating of the upper body or head can be an early warning sign of the neurodegenerative disease. Learn more about excessive sweating, Parkinson’s and what to watch for…