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The doctors at Johns Hopkins have created The Center for Sweat Disorders to help people with excessive sweating, which is a medical condition. If you feel embarrassed by sweat stains and body odor, fear shaking others’ hands because of your own sweaty palms, we understand and we’re here to help.
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Every day, people like you are relieved to discover that their excessive sweatiness is caused by a condition called hyperhidrosis. The condition causes too much sweating and can be treated through medication, surgery and a promising new noninvasive approach: microwave-thermolysis (MT) of sweat glands, which is available in Maryland at Johns Hopkins.
Related Articles, Videos and Interviews
Johns Hopkins physicians discuss the difference between nervous sweat and cooling sweat in this Men's Health article.
Read or listen to this interview from WAMU 88.5 to learn more about treatment options and hear from patients who were treated for excessive sweating at Johns Hopkins.
How Surgery Changed the Life of a Man with Excessive Perspiration. Read the article.