Hyperhidrosis: causes, treatment options, TWI therapy

HIDREX: successfully treating excessive sweating

Thir­ty years ago, HIDREX and one of the largest uni­ver­si­ty clin­ics in Ger­many devel­oped a means of pro­vid­ing focal ther­a­py against exces­sive sweat­ing. In 1987, Hidrex became the first com­pa­ny to man­u­fac­ture pro­fes­sion­al devices for the treat­ment of hyper­hidro­sis. The HIDREX treat­ment con­cept has become a sci­en­tif­i­cal­ly rec­og­nized treat­ment method world­wide and is also com­mon­ly known as tap water ion­tophore­sis (TWI). Dur­ing treat­ment, a light elec­tri­cal cur­rent is passed through the affect­ed areas of the skin; this stops exces­sive sweat­ing.
Below, we have assem­bled a lot of infor­ma­tion about the phe­nom­e­non of hyper­hidro­sis, show all known treat­ment options with their advan­tages and dis­ad­van­tages, and, of course, also explain in detail why focal treat­ment with the HIDREX treat­ment devices is so gen­tle and suc­cess­ful.