Alternative treatment for planter Hyperhidrosis


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Here's something listed below I found interesting for us feet sweaters.

Currently I'm back to using about a 75% rainwater ionto treatment. It's working quite well for me other than my hands are dried out to the point I get cuts much easier. Sweaty hands has always made the skin on my hands dry out even though it was moist most of the time prior to ionto treatment. I was thinking of doing the an ionto treatment mixed with urine, rainwater and tap water for use. My ionto treatment is both my hands and feet at the same time. Why not add a splash of urine to the mixture.


First morning urine is the most efficacious against combating disease and maintaining optimum health. The rationale is that after the body has rested during the night, the accumulation of minerals, hormones and vital elements contained in the urine are in higher concentration, making the first morning urine the most potent elixir. This study was confined to the external application of urine and it aimed at assessing the efficacy of urine therapy as alternative treatment, compared to a control solution (25% aluminum chloride) known as a first line of treatment for plantar hyperhidrosis. This study employed a prospective-qualitative design carried among patients suffering from plantar hyperhidrosis. Severity and the initial sweat intensities of the soles were assessed by a dermatologist. The final sweat intensities of the patients were determined after the 3-week duration of treatment. The efficacy of treatments was based on self-improvement reports from the patients, and the physicians’ assessment. Result of the study revealed that urine therapy controlled hyperhidrosis in 95% of cases. The final sweat intensities were significantly reduced after 3 weeks of regular treatments. No undesirable side effects were noted. Urine as alternative treatment appears to control hyperhidrosis on the soles only if consistent treatment is practiced. Urine therapy is simple and its efficacy is comparable to topical treatment for plantar hyperhidrosis. However, a long-term maintenance therapy is proposed.