Hyperhidrosis in Winter

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Few people associate sweating with the winter months, which is why it is often such a surprise when people find that they are troubled with excessive sweating during cold temperatures. Sweating, no matter what the temperatures are, is caused by body glands opening up in order to regulate the body temperatures. The body is still working hard throughout the year, during cold and hot temperatures, to keep itself at a comfortable and normal level. However, there are circumstances in which the body produces an extreme amount of stress known as the condition hyperhidrosis. Chronic excessive sweating is not only embarrassment but it can also put limitations on your quality of life.

Hyperhidrosis causes excessive sweating of the hands, feet, and underarms that is often very interruptive to your life. In social situations, it can be awkward to extend your hand for hand-shaking; in professional situations, awkwardness goes beyond hand-shaking and can interrupt important business deals and promotions. Excessive sweating of the underarms can make you appear weak to those in the business realm, as well as cause embarrassing situations with colleagues. Hyperhidrosis is a condition of the skin that needs expert attention and care.

At Medical Dermatology Specialists in Atlanta, Dr. Jamie Weisman leads our practice by utilizing the most patient-centered approach to all skin conditions. Dr. Weisman takes the needed steps to accurately diagnose your skin condition and its severity, in order to provide the most successful treatment plan for it. If it is determined that you suffer from hyperhidrosis, Dr. Weisman will use her depth of knowledge, research, and expertise to give you a specialized treatment plan that works best for you. Our entire team of experts at Medical Dermatology Specialists will work to provide the most comprehensive and long-lasting skin care solutions for you. There are treatments that are highly effective, and there are advanced methods that can safely eliminate your sweat glands if necessary.

If you are plagued by excessive sweating that has caused a negative impact on your life, contact Medical Dermatology Specialists today. Together, we can help find the best way to slow down your perspiration so that you can regain your confidence in social and professional situations.

Posted on behalf of Dr. Jamie Weisman, Medical Dermatology Specialists, Inc.