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Old 05-27-2022, 05:51 AM
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Default To assist control sweating this summer, the International Hyperhidrosis Society recommends the following simple steps:

1. Stay hydrated: Start drinking early, drink frequently, and then drink some more. Sweat is an important part of keeping your body cool in hot weather. Drinking enough water is the key to keeping this internal air cooling system running smoothly.

2. Use a vape or atomizer to help the body's natural cooling system by spraying a light mist of water on your skin with a vaporizer or atomizer. The body will naturally cool down as the water evaporates.

3. Dress in loose, natural textiles that allow perspiration to drain. Natural, airy fabrics "wick" moisture away from your underarms.

4. Use an antiperspirant twice a day: It's been proven that using an antiperspirant on your underarms (or other regions!) twice a day (morning and before bedtime) is more helpful in controlling stop sweating excessively. Consider switching to an over-the-counter antiperspirant with a stronger, clinical-strength formula. To avoid skin sensitivity, make sure your skin is thoroughly dry before applying the lotion.

5. Calm down: Anxiety can cause you to sweat more. Breathe deeply and concentrate inside to reduce anxiousness.

6. Stay cool in the summer by avoiding sweat-inducing spicy foods and caffeinated beverages.

7. Get rid of body odour: As sweat dries and bacteria on your skin activates, it might contribute to odours. Sprinkle baking soda on damaged clothing and athletic gear after use to neutralise odours.

8. Avoid workouts in the middle of the day: When the sun is shining brightly, the body is more likely to sweat, so take advantage of the long summer days by exercising early in the morning or late in the evening.

9. Be aware of your drugs: A number of popular medications might cause excessive sweating. Check with your doctor before starting any new drug, especially during the summer months when the weather is hotter.
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