Suite G, 117A Harley St, Marylebone, London W1G 6AT, UK

Mon to Fri - 09AM to 06PM
Sat and Sun - 10AM to 02PM

call 020 71833648 BOOK NOW

Causes of hyperhidrosis

Generally, some nerves tell the body when to sweat. However, it is also possible that some of these nerves overreact, which may lead to excessive sweating.

When excessive sweating occurs in some specific areas of the body, it is possible that a family relation or member also has this skin condition. Some medical conditions, like diabetes, gout, tumour, and injury, can also lead to excessive sweating.

They are usually not contagious. If excessive sweating interferes with your daily activities, then you should consider seeing a dermatologistLondon. There are varieties of treatment solutions that adermatologyclinicLondon can proffer for your situation, depending on how severe your medicationcondition is.

Risk factors

Just like any other skin condition, some people are more likely to get hyperhidrosis. According to research, the majority of people with hyperhidrosis have one of the following:

  • Medical conditions that lead to excessive sweating.
  • Family members that sweat excessively
  • People that take medical or food supplements that can cause excessive sweating.

Women are more susceptible to this skin condition, especially when they have gone through menopause.