hyperhidrosis treatment

Hyperhidrosis Treatment at Oracle Aesthetics Carlisle

Our hyperhidrosis treatment options can be life-changing for those who experience excessive sweating treatment. We use anti-wrinkle injections, commonly referred to as Botox, to target the sweat glands responsible for overproduction. We understand how this condition can impact your daily life, and that’s why we’re here to offer a solution. At Oracle Aesthetics in Carlisle, Cumbria we provide effective hyperhidrosis treatment that can help you regain control over your life and your confidence.


Treatment Overview:

  • Effect Duration: The effects of our hyperhidrosis treatment usually last for 4 to 6 months.
  • Cost: The cost of the treatment is £500.
  • Appointment Time: A typical appointment takes approximately 30 minutes.
  • Downtime: Minimal to none.
  • Full Effects: You will notice the full effects of the treatment at around 2 weeks post-treatment.

Understanding Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition characterised by excessive sweating beyond what is needed for regulating body temperature. While sweating is a natural and necessary bodily function, those with hyperhidrosis experience an overproduction of sweat, which can be debilitating. This condition is typically classified into two main types:

  1. Primary Hyperhidrosis: This form of primary hyperhidrosis usually begins during childhood or adolescence and often affects the armpits, hands, and feet. It typically has no underlying medical cause and is generally not associated with other health conditions.
  2. Secondary Hyperhidrosis: Secondary hyperhidrosis is linked to an underlying medical condition or a side effect of medications. It can affect larger areas of the body and may develop later in life.


Effects of Hyperhidrosis

Excess sweat can impact various aspects of daily life, from slight discomfort to psychological distress. People with severe hyperhidrosis often deal with:

  • Embarrassment and anxiety in social situations
  • The need to frequently change clothing due to sweat stains on clothing
  • Difficulty holding objects due to sweaty hands
  • Avoidance of physical activities or public speaking
  • Disruption of daily routines and work performance
  • Compromised quality of life


The Science Behind Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Our treatment addresses the root cause of hyperhidrosis, which is an overactive sweat gland. During the procedure, our experienced specialist Ness Griffiths will administer anti-wrinkle injections, at the Cumbria, Carlisle clinic, targeting the specific nerve impulses that trigger excess sweating. These injections temporarily block the nerve signals that stimulate the sweat glands. This results in a significant reduction in the production of sweat production in the treated areas.

The treatment is quick, virtually painless, and involves minimal side effects. There is no risk of muscle weakness, and it is an excellent non-invasive solution to combat the challenges of hyperhidrosis.

Who Is a Suitable Candidate for Hyperhidrosis Treatment?

If you struggle with excessive sweating and it interferes with your daily life, you may be an ideal candidate for hyperhidrosis treatment. During your initial consultation, at the Cumbria, Carlisle clinic, we’ll assess your specific condition, discuss your medical history, and ensure you are a suitable candidate for this treatment and provide you with a treatment plan. Rest assured, our specialist Ness Griffiths will provide a personalised service tailored to your unique needs.



What is hyperhidrosis, and how does it affect daily activities?

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition characterised by excessive sweating beyond what is necessary for regulating body temperature. It can lead to discomfort, anxiety, and disruptions in daily social activities due to the constant need to manage sweat and its consequences.

Is there an effective treatment for hyperhidrosis?

Yes, there are effective treatments for hyperhidrosis. One popular option is the use of anti-wrinkle injections, such as botulinum toxin treatment, to reduce excessive sweating in specific areas. These facial treatments block nerve signals that stimulate sweat glands.

What are the common medical treatments for hyperhidrosis?

Medical treatments for hyperhidrosis often include anti-perspirants, medications, and anti-wrinkle injections. These range of treatments aim to reduce sweating and its effects on daily life.

Is hyperhidrosis a common condition?

Yes, hyperhidrosis is relatively common and can affect people of all ages. It can impact the quality of life and daily activities, making it an important condition to address.

Does hyperhidrosis treatment offer permanent results?

Hyperhidrosis treatment using anti-wrinkle injections usually provides temporary relief. The effects typically last for 4 to 6 months, after which maintenance treatments may be required to maintain the desired results.

What should I expect during my initial hyperhidrosis treatment session?

During your initial treatment, you will receive anti-wrinkle injections. These injections are administered in the areas of concern, targeting the sweat glands. The procedure is quick and generally minimally uncomfortable.

When will I notice the full effects of hyperhidrosis treatment?

You can expect to notice the full effects of hyperhidrosis treatment at approximately 2 weeks after treatment. The reduction in sweat production becomes more evident during this period.

Can hyperhidrosis treatment permanently reduce the concentration of sweat glands in treated areas?

Hyperhidrosis treatment with anti-wrinkle injections does not permanently reduce the concentration of sweat glands. However, it provides temporary relief by blocking nerve impulses, which results in reduced sweat production.

Are there different types of hyperhidrosis?

Yes, hyperhidrosis can be classified into various types. These include focal hyperhidrosis, which primarily affects specific areas, compensatory hyperhidrosis, where sweating increases in one area due to treatment in another, and generalised hyperhidrosis, which affects larger body areas.

Is hyperhidrosis treatment with Botox injections an option for excessive sweating underarms?

Yes, botulinum toxin injections are commonly used for treating excessive underarm sweating. The injections effectively block nerve signals that trigger sweat production, providing relief from this specific area of hyperhidrosis.

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