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Hyperhidrosis @ AAD = 7 Posters + 2 Sessions / 4 Days

The 2019 American Academy of Dermatology Annual meeting in Washington, DC will feature 9 different educational opportunities related to hyperhidrosis. Posters and lectures will cover a full update on treatment options, additional data on the most recent treatment addition (Qbrexza), the International Hyperhidrosis Society’s original research on the Voice of the Hyperhidrosis Patient, and more. Get the scoop.

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Tips for
Valentine's
Day Especially
for Hh Sufferers

Whether you love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day comes around every year. Holding hands, hugs, dancing, and becoming intimate -- these are all instances when our sweat can be very hard to hide. To help you survive and hopefully enjoy Cupid’s holiday this year, we’ve compiled some useful tips and interesting facts. Read on.

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Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month 2018: Here’s What We Achieved

The second annual Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month (HhAM) in November 2018 may be over but the groundwork we’ve laid, with your help, is going to help make a difference for years to come. Check out our HhAM infographic for all the deets. We’re looking forward to continuing to improve hyperhidrosis awareness, education, research, and advocacy during every month of the year to come!

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FINALLY: New Hyperhidrosis Treatment FDA-Approved

For the first time since 2004 when Botox® was FDA-approved for the treatment of underarm hyperhidrosis and 2011 when the miraDry® medical device was FDA-cleared, the regulatory body has sanctioned a new treatment for excessive sweating. Medicine-infused Qbrexza™ “cloths” (from the biopharmaceutical company Dermira, Inc.) deliver an anticholinergic formulation to the sweat glands of the underarms to inhibit sweat production. Find out whether this is a good option for you!

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Hyperhidrosis Pain is More than Skin Deep. Be the Difference with Mental Health First Aid

We’re fighting to help prevent suicide and encouraging our community members to join us in taking a Mental Health First Aid course. It is our responsibility to be better prepared to help one another, and ourselves. Too often, the pain of hyperhidrosis runs beyond skin deep. Join us in recognizing and addressing the mental health impacts of excessive sweating so we can remove the stigma and improve physical and emotional wellness for our community and beyond.

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