BoooBooo : How To Stop Excessive Perspiration Naturally Without DrugsDiscover remedies and solutions on how to stop excessive perspiration naturally without the need for medications.
Excessive perspiration, medically known as hyperhydrosis is a condition characterized by abnormally heavy sweating, in excess of that required for regulation of body temperature to keep the body cool.
An embarrassing and distressing health condition to suffer from, hyperhydrosis is also a treatable medical condition and many times it can be treated without the use of medications. The use of natural remedies, as well as a change in lifestyle habits can actually help stop excessive sweating naturally. So if you are looking for solutions on how to stop excessive perspiration naturally without drugs, try the following suggestions.
Antiperspirants. Topical creams such as antiperspirants are aluminum based products that blocks the hyperactive sweat glands, preventing sweat from coming out. While mild antiperspirants are readily available over-the-counter, stronger formulations with more than 20% aluminum chloride need medical prescription. Consistent use of antiperspirants to stop excessive perspiration can produce remarkable effects.
Homeopathy. There is a plethora of natural remedies that homeopathy gives you to prevent excessive sweating. For some patients whose underarm sweat causes body odor, perhaps Acidum Hydrofluoricum can work.
Self Hypnosis. If stress or anxiety is one of the main causes of excessive sweating, addressing the root causes of perspiration via hypnosis makes perfect sense. With self hypnosis, you can use it to calm the sympathetic nervous system responsible for sending signals to the sweat glands. By calming this part of the nervous system, there will be reduce activity of the signals to the sweat glands, thus reducing excessive perspiration.
Diet. You may be surprised how the food you eat may affect sweaty armpits. Fruit is 80% water and has the ability to alleviate toxins in the body, so why not eat lots of it? Another food to use is olive oil, as it is proven to help prevent excessive sweating. Put some in your salad and food, daily. Avoid spicy foods like indian curries, garlic and fish which can cause sweating and body odor.
Personal Hygiene. Maintaining good personal hygiene is essential in controlling and preventing excessive sweaing. Take a shower daily and scrub well. Wear light clothings made of 100% natural fabrics such as cotton, silk and/or wool whenever possible to help keep cool.
Sage tea. If you are suffering from excessive underarm sweating, washing your armpits with this tea leaves you feeling very fresh and clean. Brew it, wash your sweaty armpits and you are done. This method costs almost nothing to make, it is simple and a healthy alternative to deodorants or surgical type treatments.
booobooo on 2009-08-23
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