Robinul for excessive sweating

Reduction of excessive sweating was a nice little side benefit by using the drug Robinul®. Robinul® is primary used in the treatment of other diseases and belongs to the drug class anticholinergics/antispasmodics. But very often Robinul®, containing the active ingredient Glycopyrrolate, is also successfully used in the treatment of hyperhidrosis.

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2014 by Dietmar Stattkus (comments: 0)

Anticholinergic drugs - pills against sweating

Anticholinergic drugs - pills against sweating

Anticholinergic drugs include active agents that act on neurochemical processes in the cycle of sweating. An indication is especially for generalized hyperhidrosis.

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2013 by Dietmar Stattkus (comments: 0)

Night sweat

For affected persons a problem: sweating during sleep. Wet hair, sweat-bathed wake up, change of linen are just some of the symptoms of pathological night sweats. Differential diagnosis is the key way.

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2012 by Dietmar Stattkus

gustatory sweating

gustatory sweating

Gustatory sweating is a symptomatic hyperhidrosis, a special type of sweating that occurs in connection with food intake. Sudden drops of sweat to form on the face, the forehead or the neck. A condition that takes extremely unpleasant for those affected psychological consequences.

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2011 by Dietmar Stattkus (comments: 0)