Hyperhidrosis is an excessive secretion of sweat, a failure in the work of the nerve endings of the armpits. Disport is a botulinum toxinthat acts as a paralytic on the nerve endings, which provokes their paralysis.
The essence of the action is that it blocks the muscle impulses. A single dosing of the disport guarantees absolute dryness of the skin in the course of six months or a year.
Then, repeated injections are required. Sometimes the medicine simply does not work. This can occur if a person used alcohol or anticoagulants before the procedure or did not follow the recommendations for care after.
There are situations when a person has developed immunity against toxin, so for him the medicine is useless.