Video: ❶ Excessive Sweating: Hide Or Treat
All people sweat is a natural phenomenon. Even at home, a person produces about half a liter of sweat per day, and on the street in sunny weather, especially during physical exertion, people sweat much more! For a healthy person, a shower with gel (soap) and deodorant is enough to solve the problem. If this does not help, you should reconsider your lifestyle, diet, etc. Perhaps your body is lacking in valuable trace elements and vitamins. Location: Location:
Excessive sweating is almost a disease … It is very difficult to “hide” it, and besides, it is worth remembering that any ailment that they try to hide can make itself felt at the most inopportune moment in a very unexpected way. Most likely, extremely unpleasant "additions" will appear - irritated skin under the armpits, fungus on the legs, etc. Aggravation is possible. Therefore, sweating must be treated!
Avoid hot and spicy foods in hot weather. Also, keep in mind that coffee and alcoholic beverages contribute to sweating. Eat as little sugar as possible, replacing it with honey whenever possible. Eat 4-5 small meals a day. If excessive sweating can be associated with dysbiosis, eat more greens, vegetables and fruits, as well as whole grains and dairy products and less meat.
It is necessary to drink clean non-carbonated water, it is possible with honey and lemon. Plant infusions with mint, lemon balm, sage, nettle, blueberry leaves, pea and bean shells, or nasturtium also help.
Purchased deodorants won't help. The way out is comfortable clothing made from natural materials and "natural antiperspirants" that you can prepare yourself. The easiest way is to use a few drops of tea tree, sage, rose, or lavender essential oil in half a liter of water. Pour the liquid into a container with a spray attachment, shake and spray on the skin before use. Men are also advised to use bergamot essential oil with a small addition of lemon, pine or sandalwood oil. There are other recipes - infusions of horsetail with calendula, chamomile, chopped oak bark, etc.
You can get rid of excessive sweating with herbal baths (for the whole body or just for the legs). The most effective ingredients are mint, nettle, sage, chamomile flowers, lime blossom, crushed alder cones, willow and oak bark.
The causes of severe sweating can be hormonal disorders, ailments of the nasopharynx and the broncho-pulmonary system, disturbances in the work of the heart. Therefore, if the above methods do not help much, you should consult a doctor.