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Hyperhidrosis of the feet (increased sweating)

Description of the disease

Hyperhidrosis of the feet is a medical condition characterized by increased sweating of the feet. This can cause significant discomfort and affect the patient's quality of life.


  • Natural (essential) hyperhidrosis of the feet;
  • Secondary hyperhidrosis of the feet, caused by other medical conditions.


The main symptom of hyperhidrosis of the feet is excessive sweating, which can be accompanied by unpleasant odor, wet socks, and discomfort in shoes.


Natural hyperhidrosis of the feet may be related to genetic factors, and secondary hyperhidrosis of the feet may occur due to endocrine disorders, stress, obesity, and other medical problems.


The diagnosis is made based on clinical manifestations and individual patient characteristics. In rare cases, additional tests may be required.


Treatment methods may include the use of antiseptic agents, botulinum therapy, electrophoresis, as well as surgical intervention in the form of sympathetic denervation.


For the prevention of hyperhidrosis of the feet, it is recommended to observe personal hygiene, wear comfortable shoes, and avoid stressful situations.


For consultation and treatment of hyperhidrosis of the feet, it is recommended to consult a dermatologist or surgeon.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.