This may not be the exact look of your condition. Please confirm your diagnosis with your dermatologist.

What is it?

Perspiration is the body’s way of regulating temperature in cases of extreme heat. Hyperhidrosis occurs when the perspiration is excessive and when temperature regulation triggers do not exist.

The most often affected areas are:
Soles of the feet
Groin area

The triggers of hyperhidrosis have not been precisely determined. However, it is believed that the condition is both inherited and acquired. Other connections have been made with:
Allergic reaction to medications
Stressful situations 


Abnormal amounts of sweating
Excessive sweating when conditions for sweating do not exist
Night sweats in normal health

Could this be what you have?

Chances of developing non inherited hyperhidrosis rise in people who:

Are allergic to certain medications
Are in menopause
Suffer from low blood sugar
Develop an overactive thyroid gland
Have some forms of cancer
Have suffered a heart attack

If you have concerns regarding the above, you should see your primary care provider.

Treatment Options @ Pinnacle

Treatment options for hyperhidrosis include:

Oral medication to reduce overall perspiration

Prescription antiperspirants - armpits, palms of hands & soles of feet

Surgery on certain sweat glands or nerves

Botox® injections - armpits and rarely for hands

miraDry® (electromagnetic therapy) for underarm perspiration