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What causes Excessive Sweating?

by on Oct.25, 2017, under Uncategorized

Are you that kind of person who immediately sweats just after a short activity? Or are you that kind of person who seems like you just took a bath but it was actually sweat which made you wet? These are just some of the problems that a person is experiencing when he/she is suffering from the condition called Hyperhidrosis. If you have classmates who wet their shirts after a report or a performance or friends who can literally squeeze the sweat out of their shirts after a basketball game, then you must not make fun of them because they have an uncontrolled condition.

To help us understand more about sweating, let us read the article below by Kaya Skin Clinic.

Understanding sweating

Sweating is an essential part of the body’s temperature control system. Your body is endowed with a complex system of 2 to 4 million sweat glands that work closely with your nervous system and communicate with your brain at the speed of light to switch the perspiration process on and off or faster and slower as needed to maintain ideal body temperature. This process isn’t just important; it’s critical. An overheated body could damage vital organs.

Sweating occurs not only as a response to physical stimuli such as warmer surroundings and exertion but to stress, social anxiety and other psychological triggers as well.

Although some measure of sweating is normal and necessary, many individuals experience excessive and seemingly unprovoked levels of sweating, especially in the underarm area. This condition is known as Hyperhidrosis. Read more here!

Well, it would really be unfortunate if you have this kind of condition. Imagine the hassle it would cause you. Everyone could have this kind of condition whether you are a child or an adult. It is important for us to know what causes this or the reason behind this, the symptoms for us to be aware of it, and the treatments or cure for it.

Dr. Omarislam will help with all these information by telling us about the causes, symptoms, and effective treatments of hyperhidrosis.

                             Hyperhidrosis: Causes, Symptoms, and Effective Treatments

Hyperhidrosis, also known as polyhidrosis or sudorrhea, is a condition characterized by excessive sweating. The sweating can affect just one specific area or the whole body. Although not life-threatening, it can be uncomfortable and cause embarrassment and psychological trauma. In this article, we will look at the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of hyperhidrosis.

Fast facts on hyperhidrosis

  • Hyperhidrosis tends to begin during adolescence
  • An estimated 7.8 million Americans have hyperhidrosis
  • Most commonly, the feet, hands, face, and armpits are affected
  • There are a number of remedies that can reduce symptoms Read more here!

Those pieces of information were really helpful! If you are someone who is suffering from excessive sweating then you should already be concerned because it might already be caused by some other diseases that you may not know about. There are some treatments mentioned earlier, but right now let us talk about the Iontoderma Id-1000.

If you are not aware of it, Amelia Meyer’s article will tell you more about treating hyperhidrosis through Iontoderma.

Hyperhidrosis Treatment – The Iontoderma Id-1000

What is Hyperhidrosis?

Basically, it’s abnormal sweating. So, it’s sweating that doesn’t make sense. Outdoor temperatures, exercise and anxiety have nothing to do with it. It just is. In the case of thyroid diseases, it may be in the form of sweating hands and feet, night sweats, and cold sweats.

While sweating may not sound all that bad, hyperhidrosis on the hands and feet can be devastating to those that suffer from it. Imagine dreading any moment that you may have to shake someone’s hand at a party or work function. Or not being able to hold hands with the person that you love, or not being able to touch your face because your wet hands will smudge your make-up. Imagine sweating your way through so many socks and shoes that you’re constantly having to replace them, or never feeling confident to take your shoes off in company. Read more here!

The process is mainly focused on providing hyperhidrosis treatment for hands and feet and it really would be helpful. It could really be a hassle to have sweaty hands and feet because you use them most of the time. It is embarrassing to shake hands with people when your hands are all wet. It could actually give you a bad impression from other people. Sweaty feet and underarms could also cause bad odor and you wouldn’t want that to happen. Curing hyperhidrosis is necessary because it could affect your daily living and comfort and also your hygiene.

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What You Need to Know about Dermal Fillers

by on Oct.20, 2017, under Uncategorized




We all want to look beautiful. Some people want fair complexion, tall nose, big breasts, and slim body. Unfortunately, for some of us, we may not be gifted with these features and people try really hard to achieve them. Luckily, with the evolution of time and improvement of science, people have come up with ways in order to fix those problems. There is a thing called fillers which could be a solution to what you want to fix. You can now have voluptuous lips, big breasts, and others.

For a more detailed explanation about fillers, Iantha Yu will share to us some information about fillers.

Everything you need to know about fillers

According to Google Trends, the search volume for fillers in Australia has tripled in the last five years, and quadrupled from the last ten. There’s no doubt that people are curious, if not interested, in the topic. We spoke with two leading experts in the field, Dr. Steven Liew and registered nurse Natalie Abouchar, about the most common questions they get asked about the topic. Here, we’ll cover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about dermal fillers and injectables.

What are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are gel-based and can be injected into the skin to plump up an area. “Traditionally, they are injected to fill up wrinkles, however these days, dermal fillers can be put into the skin or in deeper regions such as your fat or on top of bone to provide structuring,” says Dr. Liew. Read more here!

That article is really full of information about dermal fillers. Having these changes in our body is really delicate and sensitive. We must be well informed about everything including the materials, process, and results. It is a dangerous surgery that is why we should be really careful. We must take into consideration every factor involved.

To help us with this, Dr. Anita Sethna will share to us the types of dermal fillers and its risks and benefits.

Types of Dermal Fillers – Benefits and Risks

The world of facial injectable treatments can be overwhelming with all the options seen in print and TV ads. New injectable materials seem to come out almost weekly. Here is a run-down of the dermal fillers we most often use, where we use them, and some common side effects.

Hyaluronic Acid (HA)

The most frequently used dermal fillers are made of a material called hyaluronic acid (HA). Hyaluronic acid is a chemical structure found in our bodies — so most individuals tolerate the filler well, without side effects. The chemical structure of the molecule can be processed in different ways, giving us the ability to manipulate the thickness, the amount of volume and the longevity of the effects on your skin. This versatility is important because, depending on your particular area of concern, you may desire one benefit of the treatment over another. For example, you may desire additional volume and want the treatment to last a long time, but not need fine lines to be treated. On the other hand, you may desire smoker’s lines around the mouth to be improved, but not want a lot of volume or swelling in the mouth area. Read more here!

Now that we know about the types, benefits, and risks, we can now be more alert about having dermal fillers. We must always think of the risks first before the benefit. Remember that the most important thing that we should think about our own safety. Everything is useless if we are unsafe.

One of the main parts of the body where a person chooses to have dermal fillers is the lips. Some people want to have lips like Angelina Jolly, and they are lucky because they actually could have them.  Let us be guided about how we can make our lips look fabulous through reading Tujuzwe article below.

Keep Your Lips Looking Fabulous With Dermal Fillers

We don’t have to wait for a special occasion to pamper our lips; we can keep them in great condition all year-round. Whether the winter elements have left you with dry, chapped lips, or maybe you’re just not happy with the look of your lips, you don’t have to despair, there is a solution.
The delicate skin on your lips is very susceptible to harsh weather and they need extra care to keep them in kissable condition:

1. Exfoliate the lips – Remove the dead skin from your lips to keep them smooth, which will make it easier to apply lipstick. To exfoliate, use a soft toothbrush and Vaseline to brush over the lips once a week. Read more here!

Awesome! We can now have fabulous lips all year-round. It is good to know that even without dermal fillers, our lips could still look healthy and beautiful. It is nice that we care about how we look and that we want to look better. Having dermal fillers injected to our body is fine as long as we are extra careful, we are aware of its risks and benefits, we are sure that we afford it, and we are ready for its consequences. If we are not ready for all of these, we should not worry because we could still look fabulous without dermal fillers.

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