Sweat Prevention Guidelines to Stop Excessive Sweating

This press release will give you some guidelines as to how to cure your perspiration by avoiding and engaging in specific activities.
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April 22, 2009 - PRLog -- Excessive Sweating is a huge bummer!  It’s also way more common than you might think.  If you’ve been suffering from this problem for a while, take some comfort in knowing you’re not alone.  I too suffered for most of my life with excessive sweating before learning the proven treatments to turning the water faucets off for good.

This article will give you some guidelines as to how to cure your perspiration by avoiding and engaging in specific activities.  Here I’ll be showing you some obvious AND not so obvious sweat prevention tips you should be following to tackle this problem correctly and start out on the right foot.  

Remember, the only way to find success is to take action.  Follow these guidelines and build up your sweat fighting knowledge from there.  It takes persistence to overcome excessive sweating. Don’t give up and continue to learn new tactics every day for dealing with this dilemma.

Let’s get started shall we?

Drink Plenty of Water - Many people can’t understand this one. They think if they drink water, the body will sweat more to compensate. Wrong! Drinking lots of water will keep your body cool. By keeping a cool internal temperature, the hyperactive sweat glands have no reason to prespire. It’s important to drink 8 glasses of water a day.

Try Shoe Inserts - When my foot sweating was bad, I used to love Odor Eaters. Although they didn’t prevent the foot sweating, they certainly prevented the odor that came along with it by absorbing the moisture.

Vinegar Foot Baths - Mix half a cup of vinegar with 1 cup of water in a footbath and soak your feet for 15 minutes. Do this twice a week and you’ll see a HUGE improvement in your plantar hyperhidrosis. The acid in the vinegar is the magic ingredient.

Wear Loose Fitting clothing - Breathable material will do wonders for your excessive sweating problem. Absorbant socks are great too. Invest in some good pairs. Wear open toe shoes whenever possible. Cottons work best for clothing.

Powder your Parts - After bathing or showering, apply a baby powder or medical goldbond powder to your common sweating areas. This will prevent irritation and relieve the skin. Irritated skin is more likely to perspire and cause further irritability and rashes.Using powder will also cover up any body odor that may be associated with sweating.

Change your Socks frequently - This will cut down on exposure to foot bacteria and really help out with the odor. Good hygiene never hurts too.Many stores like Gap make special “breathable” socks that wick away moisture using specially designed cotton. You can find comparable socks in many different chain stores.

Apply Antiperspirant to your hands and feet - Be on the lookout for skin irritation when you do this. You can accidently give yourself a rash if you react poorly to the brand of choice. This can help though temporarily with palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis.

Use Alternating Temperatures when you Shower - I like to start the shower warm and turn it to cold a minute or two before I get out. This is refreshing and will cool your body temperature in a very naturally and gradual way. I love it because it really wakes me up in the morning and gets me ready to start the day.

There’s nothing more frustrating than getting sweaty right after you step out of the shower. When you end your shower with a cold blast of water, you’ll effectively cool yourself down and prevent overheating while dressing.

Avoid Spicy Foods - I love chicken curry as much as the next guy, but I know better. Spicy foods encourage sweating and you’re going to have to bite the bullet and avoid these foods until you get your perspiration under control.So yes, you’re going to need to pass on the hot wings during football season. But hey, just think about how much more you’ll enjoy watching the Superbowl when you don’t have to pack three different changes of clothes.

Wash Your Hands Frequently - I recommend washing your hands often using anti-bacterial soap. This may have a drying effect, but once your hand sweating stops, you can figure out a nice happy medium as to how often you should do this.

Apply Natural Treatments - I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. There is no substitute for having a systematic game plan when you decide to end your excessive sweating. Try as many natural treatments as you can including a proper hyperhidrosis diet, sage tea soaks, baking soda & water solutions, tea tree oil, Thiamine (which combats stress), acupuncture, Alum, and witch hazel. I’ll be expanding on all of these solutions soon enough.

These guidelines are just the tip of the iceberg.  If you REALLY want to end excessive sweating, you NEED to check out the top 12 Sweat Stopping Treatments at my site – http://www.Prevent-Sweating.com

I’ve posted a FREE 30 minute long video on the site called “Sweat Free Tactics” which details the 12 step by step treatments I used to end my excessive sweating long-term.  Check it out now and start getting results in minutes. Hope to see you on the other side!

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Jason Ellis has been helping people overcome their excessive sweating for years. His expertise deals with controlling the symptoms of hyperhidrosis by applying proven, natural treatments for excessive sweating that bring results in days. You can find all of Jason's natural treatments for excessive sweating exclusively at http://www.Prevent-Sweating.com
Source:Jason Ellis
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