How To Stop Sweating

Living with Hyperhidrosis can be a real cause of embarrassment and make your social interactions very uncomfortable. If so, it is highly likely that you wish to find out how to stop sweating for good, due to the condition’s dehabilitating nature ruining your shared experiences with others. But if you try to make some changes to your lifestyle, you will be pleasantly surprised to find that your situation can be improved.

How To Stop Sweating

 So, with no further ado, here are some tips to show you how to stop sweating and help you control your condition:

  • Avoid spicy foods, caffeine, alcohol and other such substances;
  • Try not to wear tight clothes and synthetic fibres such as nylon;
  • Use antiperspirant spray rather than deodorants and apply them twice a day on clean armpits;
  • Use armpit shields to absorb the sweat;
  • Buy leather, canvas or mesh shoes rather than synthetic ones;
  • Use thick soft socks made of natural fibres to absorb moisture and change them twice a day;
  • Wear white or black clothing to minimise the sweat marks;
  • When the weather is hot, wear loose, non-restrictive clothes;
  • Shower everyday;
  • Drink plenty of water – this will reduce the risk of heat exhaustion and heatstroke;
  • If your excessive sweating is caused by stressing situations, try yoga or meditation.

If your sweat comes from anxiety, go and see your GP – they might prescribe you medicines or refer you to a psychologist.

These tips will of course help you minimise your sweat, but they will not stop it or completely resolve the issue. If you want to know how to stop sweating for good, then you will need to consider treatment if these tips do not help in minimalising the symptomatic impact of excessive sweating.

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