Sweat Reduction

Excessive Underarm Sweating
4.8% of Americans say they suffer from excessive underarm sweating, which equals roughly 15.3 million people (Doolittle et al., 2016). About a third of people with this condition describe their sweating as, at most, “barely tolerable” and that it “frequently interferes” with their daily tasks (Strutton et al., 2004). It’s also known to lead to anxiety, depression, and “elevated social stress” (Gross et al., 2014).

How Does Botox® Treat Excessive Sweating?
In 2004, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of this treatment for difficult cases of excessive underarm sweating. Botox® blocks acetylcholine, a neurochemical that activates the sweat glands. After preparing the area with a numbing agent, Onsite’s clinician injects the substance into the sweat glands under each arm.

Long-term Relief
In an Australian study, Botox® was shown to successfully and safely treat excessive underarm sweating, also called axillary hyperhidrosis, and improve patients’ quality of life. Rosen and Stewart (2018) interviewed patients between 2 weeks and 10 years following their first treatment.
80.5% of patients said the treatment helped their excessive sweating for 4 months or longer. The average score for treatment satisfaction was 75-100% symptom improvement. In fact, 96% of patients said they were at least moderately satisfied.

Botox® Treatment Can Improve Your Quality of Life
Rosen and Stewart (2018) questioned the patients to assess not only treatment satisfaction but quality of life. 97% of patients said they experienced “at least some improvement in life quality” and 42.5% of patients reported that the Botox® treatment “had changed their life.”

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Excessive Underarm Sweating
4.8% of Americans say they suffer from excessive underarm sweating, which equals roughly 15.3 million people (Doolittle et al., 2016). About a third of people with this condition describe their sweating as, at most, “barely tolerable” and that it “frequently interferes” with their daily tasks (Strutton et al., 2004). It’s also known to lead to anxiety, depression, and “elevated social stress” (Gross et al., 2014).

How Does Botox® Treat Excessive Sweating?
In 2004, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of this treatment for difficult cases of excessive underarm sweating. Botox® blocks acetylcholine, a neurochemical that activates the sweat glands. After preparing the area with a numbing agent, Onsite’s clinician injects the substance into the sweat glands under each arm.

Long-term Relief
In an Australian study, Botox® was shown to successfully and safely treat excessive underarm sweating, also called axillary hyperhidrosis, and improve patients’ quality of life. Rosen and Stewart (2018) interviewed patients between 2 weeks and 10 years following their first treatment.
80.5% of patients said the treatment helped their excessive sweating for 4 months or longer. The average score for treatment satisfaction was 75-100% symptom improvement. In fact, 96% of patients said they were at least moderately satisfied.

Botox® Treatment Can Improve Your Quality of Life
Rosen and Stewart (2018) questioned the patients to assess not only treatment satisfaction but quality of life. 97% of patients said they experienced “at least some improvement in life quality” and 42.5% of patients reported that the Botox® treatment “had changed their life.”

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