under-arm-sweating.jpg Hyperhidrosis or excessive underarm sweating is not only an embarrassing problem socially but it is also extremely uncomfortable for the person suffering from it. People usually suffer in silence or try out painful procedures to treat this condition. Till date there have only been temporary solutions like injecting botox to curb underarm sweating. A recent study published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons' journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, reports that a new procedure to treat this problem has been developed by experts to provide relief to long suffering people. This procedure involves the removal of the large sweat glands under the arms, which aids people to stop the sweating. People can now, literally, breathe a sigh of relief.

a. This is a minimally invasive procedure.
b. The shaver technique involves removing the sweat glands under the arms.
c. It is a permanent solution to excessive sweating in the underarms.
d. There is very little scarring as a result of the procedure.
e. It involves the use of a rotating blade and a suction device to cut and remove the sweat glands under the arm.
f. This is a comparatively less painful procedure.
g. It is cheaper than other existing methods to reduce underarm sweating.