Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Hyperhidrosis is a problem of excessive sweating that may make you embarrassed and uncomfortable. Sometimes without any reason, the body produces an excessive amount of sweat that also makes the cloth wet. The excessive sweating problem is known as Hyperhidrosis.

This problem might be humiliative for many; thus, people seek to get hyperhidrosis treatment. 

A range of hyperhidrosis treatments are available in modern times, and Dr. Ram Aesthetics Clinic is also a reliable place to get an effective hyperhidrosis treatment in Isle of Man.

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Types of Hyperhidrosis

Overactivity of the sweat gland leads to Hyperhidrosis, in which a person sweats a lot. There are various reasons and factors behind the issue that can be effectively cured with hyperhidrosis treatment.


Sometimes unbalanced emotions such as anxiety and depression also lead to excessive sweating. Indeed, this problem might differ from person to person that is categorized as forms or types of Hyperhidrosis.


  • Focal Hyperhidrosis

It’s a genetic problem that is also regarded as a chronic skin issue that is caused by the mutation of the genes. This problem starts at an early age, before 25, and addresses armpits, hands and feet, and head. It is also known as primary Hyperhidrosis.


  • Generalized Hyperhidrosis

It’s also an excessive sweating problem that originates from medical issues. Several medical problems such as diabetes and Parkinson’s disease cause excessive sweating in the body. It generally affects adults and is known as secondary Hyperhidrosis.

Major Causes of Hyperhidrosis

Sweating is a natural activity that keeps your body cool while performing heavy exercises. Generally, the sweat gland works overactive that increases the production of sweat, and makes the body wet. There are many reasons that cause Hyperhidrosis; however, the reasons for focal and generalized Hyperhidrosis are different.

Focal Hyperhidrosis

  • Certain foods and their smell lead to excessive sweating, such as chocolate, coffee, citric acid, and more.
  • Unbalanced emotions causing stress and anxiety also lead to Hyperhidrosis.
  • Injury in spinal cord
  • Excessive heat

Generalized Hyperhidrosis

  • Dysautonomia
  • Humidity, lots of exercises, and body heat
  • Health problems such as tuberculosis, Hodgkin disease, menopause, and more
  • Psychological stress

Symptoms of Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis problem has a range of symptoms that also impacts the life of commons. However, this problem is a source of frustration and underconfidence.
 The symptoms of this problem are as follows:

  • Excessive production of sweat makes the cloth wet in the arm and back.
  • Water drops on the forehead and cheeks.
  • It makes your socks wet.
  • Itching and inflammation
  • Bad body odour
  • Redness on skin and patches on cloth
  • Maceration

What is the Treatment?

Treatment involves the injection into the skin. Injections used to block the nerve signals responsible for sweating, stopping the sweat glands from producing too much sweat.

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It’s imperative to know the root cause of Hyperhidrosis before getting the treatment. Thus, you can freely consult your issues at Dr. Ram Aesthetics. Here, you can get the safe and effective hyperhidrosis treatment in the Isle of Man.

Frequently Asked Questions!

If the sweat production gets high and does not look as common, it’s vital to consult a doctor as it can be a hyperhidrosis problem. This issue might be frustrating and embarrassing.

This Treatment is FDA-approved for treating excessive sweating of the underarms, but some doctors also use it on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.

Longevity  of the treatment results may vary between individuals. The effects may last upto 6-7 months

If you are getting treatment from a reliable and experienced doctor, there’s a minimum risk of any kind of problem and common risks are bruising, swelling and skin redness. All the possible risks will be discussed at the time of consultation.

This treatment is not recommended for:

People with a hypersensitivity/ allergy to the product, pregnant/ breastfeeding, below 18, anyone with other medical contraindications.