Fortunately, several treatment options exist for hyperhidrosis. The treatment spectrum begins with over-the-counter topical creams designed to eliminate sweat.
If the over-the-counter solutions are not effective, prescription topical creams and prescription oral medicines may help stop hyperhidrosis.
If these methods are ineffective, a non-invasive treatment method utilizing electrical currents and water known as iontophoresis may help.
Furthermore, surgical options to inject Botox or sever nerves connecting to sweat glands may be taken as a last resort to stop the worst hyperhidrosis cases.