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Say Goodbye to Sweaty Palms with Iontophoresis Many people suffer from having sweaty hands and it is not unlikely that they have encountered the term “iontophoresis” at one point regarding their condition. People who suffer from sweaty hands (or feet) are often referred by doctors to undergo iontophoresis treatment. Iontophoresis is not a new form of treating sweaty palms or hyperhidrosis. Medical journals from a long time ago have described iontophoresis treatment already in use at that time. But it is now becoming the popular means doctors use to treat hyperhidrosis, and it can also be used as a home remedy. Iontophoresis treatment works by sending out a tiny electrical current through water into the pores of your skin. Your overactive sweat glands responds to the minute charge of electricity it receives by slowing down its function and not produce too much sweat. The water bath carries the weak electrical current all over your hands as they are immersed in the water.
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This is how it is done: First, you place your hands in a shallow trays of water. Then the iontophoresis machine is connected to these shallow trays of water to deliver the tiny electrical signal. Once the machine is turned on, the current will flow to the shallow trays where your hands are immersed. It takes about twenty minutes for your hands to be submerged under the water for the electrical current to take effect. In the beginning, this process will be repeated on a daily basis until your hyperhidrosis is already under control. Five to ten treatments will cure most cases of hyperhidrosis, but severe cases may take longer.
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Considering how effective a treatment iontophoresis is for hyperhidrosis, it is a wonder why some doctors don’t use it. Treating hyperhidrosis using antiperspirants have been proven ineffective but some doctors still prescribe it. Antiperspirants need to be used daily and they often emit a strong chemical odor. In severe cases, ETS surgery has been recommended, but this procedure can be very expensive, and the side effects are quite undesirable. But iontophoresis treatment has been proven to be very harmless despite the use of an electrical current. Iontophoresis can give hyperhidrosis sufferers a longer lasting cure that can last several weeks. When the treatment becomes successful, and the patient has been cured of sweaty palms, all that is needed is a maintenance treatment program, every three to four weeks, to ensure that the dry condition of his palms continues. One iontophoresis machine costs around USD1,000 and it might be too pricey for single individuals. But if you want a machine at a very low cost, you can consider putting together an iontophoresis machine; it isn’t that difficult for someone who is experienced in electrical machines.