Regulate your body temperature by drinking at least 8 tall glasses of water each day. The water prevents your body from overheating and preventing the need to sweat. Drinking lots of water flushes odor-causing toxins from the body through urine.
Use a natural body deodorant that is paraben-free as these products don't contain any testosterone-reducing xenoestrogens (like parabens and aluminum). Talcum powders are generally safe, but messy to apply. Use a roll-on deodorant that is specifically designed to keep your pits fresh and dry.
Swamp crotch is a problem that is not openly talked about. Look for a product that soothes and cools your skin and is not made with talc or menthol (because they burn), aluminum, or parabens. Regular application prevents chafing in your groin and keeps your nuts cool, fresh and dry.
- Choose fabrics that absorb sweat. - Wear breathable fabrics. - Wear light layers. - Select the right colors. - Bring extra clothing. - Wear loose clothing.
Avoid fast foods, processed ready meals, artificially sweetened candy, soda. Skip spicy foods. It raises body temperature and leads to thermal sweating. Eat fresh foods. Include plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables in your diet,
– Have a daily bathing routine. – Take lukewarm baths or showers. – Use a handkerchief, wet wipes & tissues. – Carry a natural deodorant – Exercise.
Excessive sweating may also be caused by anxiety, fear, nervousness, pain, tension, and stress. To avoid this, you should learn to relax and deal with your emotions. Being more relaxed increases your confidence and reduces the possibility of your sweat glands going into overdrive.
Profuse sweating can sometimes be a sign of a serious medical condition. Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a medical condition that induces the sweat glands to overreact to stimuli. Hyperthyroidism can also cause excessive sweating and requires medical attention.