A significant number of people are unaware that their sweat contains metabolic byproducts like uric acid, lactic acid, chloride, and potassium, essentially comprising salts dissolved in water. Persistent and prolonged sweating can lead to Hyperhidrosis, which may contribute to hair thinning and damage. If left unaddressed, this can progress to hair loss in both men and women. If you're tired of managing excessive sweating and its impact on your hair, explore MIYOHAIR's advanced product line specifically designed to tackle Hyperhidrosis and support optimal hair health.



Many are unaware that sweat contains metabolic byproducts, contributing to Hyperhidrosis, which can lead to hair thinning and loss. MIYOHAIR offers an innovative product line addressing Hyperhidrosis and promoting optimal hair health. Say goodbye to excessive sweating and its impact on your scalp and hair with MIYOHAIR's solutions.

The intricate link between sweat and its impact on hair health is often overlooked. Many are unaware that sweat contains metabolic remnants – uric acid, lactic acid, chloride, potassium, forming a mixture of salts dissolved in water. If prolonged and neglected, sweating gradually causes hair thinning, eventually resulting in hair loss for both men and women.

Hair loss from excessive sweating poses unique challenges like tangled, matted hair and cuticle erosion, leading to dryness and increased shedding. MIYOHAIR offers an exclusive collection of hair and scalp care solutions, integrating carefully chosen botanical extracts for tailored treatments addressing diverse hair loss scenarios.

Hyper Scalp Treatment System

Our groundbreaking Hyper Scalp Treatment System, counterbalances the adverse effects on both the scalp and hair, effectively restoring their vitality and vigor.

Formulated with all-natural active ingredients, the Hyper Scalp Treatment System helps cleanse the scalp, eliminate sweat odors, prevent cell damage, and helps with inflammation.

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1. What is hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating, a condition characterized by an abnormal increase in sweat production.

2. What leads to hyperhidrosis?
Various factors can contribute to heightened perspiration levels. Stress can trigger increased sweating, as can engaging in physical activities like sports or regular gym workouts. Hormonal fluctuations during significant life changes can also result in excessive sweating.

3. How does hyperhidrosis impact hair loss?
Hyperhidrosis involves the presence of metabolic by-products in sweat, including lactic acid, sodium chloride, potassium salts, urea, and ammonia. Over time, these waste products can harm hair follicles by eroding cuticles, which act as a protective barrier. This process deprives hair of essential minerals and moisture, potentially reducing its growth and lifespan.

4. Does hyperhidrosis affect men and women differently?
Yes, the impact can vary. In men, hyperhidrosis often manifests as a red scalp, dandruff, and dry, frizzy hair around the crown with thinning. In women, factors like hair coloring, bleaching, straightening, or weaves can complicate diagnosis. A comprehensive examination, possibly involving hair extraction, might be necessary to assess the condition accurately.

5. What are the prominent signs of hyperhidrosis?
For women, prominent signs include excessive hair shedding and reduced hair density. In men without male pattern baldness (MPB), indicators include scalp redness, greasiness, a sour smell upon waking in the morning, and thinning around the crown and hairline.

6. How is hyperhidrosis diagnosed?
Our diagnostic approach involves microscopic polarization testing, ensuring a definitive and accurate identification of hyperhidrosis with a precision rate of 100%.

7. Can medical insurance cover these services?
We accept payment through Health Savings Accounts (HSA), an additional component of regular medical insurance.

8. What's the timeline for visible changes using MIYOHAIR's hyperhidrosis solutions?
The duration varies based on individual circumstances. Generally, it takes around 3 to 6 months to stabilize hair loss resulting from hyperhidrosis. In some cases, especially if the condition has persisted for an extended period, the process might extend up to a year. However, improvements, such as reduced hair shedding and enhanced scalp well-being, are often noticeable within weeks to a few months. Results can differ from person to person, but our team at MIYOHAIR and Miyohara International is dedicated to helping those struggling with hyperhidrosis-related concerns.