Hyperhidrosis Botox? Treatment is usually used as a way to stop excessive sweating in certain parts of the body. Most often this treatment is applied to the underarm area through a small injection. It needs to be applied about 2 or 3 times a year to be as effective as possible, as each treatment only lasts for up to about 200 days.
Because this treatment is so specific, there are not many alternative uses of the Hyperhidrosis Botox? Treatment. However, there are a few listed below.
With some slight alterations, Hyperhidrosis Botox? procedure can be used to help cure or at least assist with the following conditions and treatments:
- treatment of eye muscle disorders (side effects: dry mouth and eyes)
- treatment of overactive muscles to relax them, making them less active
- post stroke treatment to relax the heart, blood and swelling in the brain that is often the initial cause of stroke, and sometimes may help to prevent it
Even though the alternative uses of Hyperhidrosis Botox? treatment are few and far between, you should consult your dermatologist or primary physician to see if this treatment can be beneficial to you.