Excessive Sweating

Sweating is a normal and totally natural process through which the body loses heat. However, some people suffer from excessive sweating, which is also known as hyperhidrosis. To some, it’s a minor annoyance. But for those who suffer from excessive sweating it’s a serious consideration that can affect daily life, relationships and careers. It commonly affects hands, feet and underarms.

If you have any questions about Excessive Sweating or would like to come in for a consultation to discuss suitability, please contact our very friendly team on 0207 127 8108 or email [email protected]

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What is Hyperhidrosis?

Hyperhidrosis is the medical name given to the condition of excessive sweating. It affects 3-5% of the population.  Those with Hyperhidrosis are always reluctant to interact fully in social and business settings, never knowing when they will experience the embarrassment of profuse sweating.


  • Heat or cold
  • Exercise
  • Alcohol
  • Coffee or tea
  • Smoking
  • Hot or spicy food
  • Stress
  • Anxiety or strong emotions


At The Dr Terry Clinic, Hyperhidrosis can be easily treated using Botox treatment as a licensed treatment indication.  Results can last up to 6-9 months and will need to be repeated.


Experience reducing or stopping the excessive sweating like “switching off a tap”. Enjoy not having to change 4-5 t-shirts every day. You can now save on your clothes and don’t have to throw your favourite ones away. Dance with your hands up. Feel confident in the boardroom and bedroom.