Why do I sweat so much? Sweating is a normal function the body uses to cool itself down during periods of exercise or other stimulation. Hyperhidrosis can reveal itself in the form of hand sweating (sweaty palms), facial sweating, armpit sweating or facial blushing. All of these conditions are the result of an overactive sympathetic nervous system and can now be treated with a simple surgical procedure offered by The American Institute for Hyperhidrosis. The American Institute for Hyperhidrosis is one of the most advanced organizations in the country offering this sophisticated Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy (ETS-C) technique to treat excessive sweating and blushing. This procedure involves a clamping technique (known as ETS-C) with a success rate of 95%. During surgery, the surgeons apply clamps to the overactive nerves (located just inside the rib cage) which are responsible for the excessive hand sweating (sweaty palms), facial sweating, armpit sweating and/or facial blushing. Patients are released from the hospital just a few hours after the procedure.
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