Treat Hyperhidrosis Naturally

Hyperhidrosis or excess sweating is a condition that, while embarrassing, is not fatal. It often has a decidedly negative impact on the lives of sufferers and they are always on the look-out for remedies that will help to curb their sweating problem. While there is no one set of symptoms or a definition of excessive sweating, if you feel you sweat too much and that it interferes with your quality of life then you should see your doctor. If the sweating begins suddenly it may be the sign of an underlying, more serious condition.


How do I know if I have hyperhidrosis?

You may suffer excessive sweating in your

  • Armpits
  • Hands
  • Feet
  • Face
  • Chest
  • You have at least one episode of excessive sweating a week
  • You limit your activities to avoid suffering from excessive sweating


How do I prevent hyperhidrosis?

  • Avoid fatty foods.
  • Eat a diet rich in silicon.
  • Drink lots of water.
  • Avoid smelly foods like garlic and onions.
  • Wear loose clothing to help absorb and wick moisture away.
  • Stay fit and healthy.
  • Lose weight and maintain a healthy body weight.


How can I treat hyperhidrosis?

  • Mix two teaspoons white vinegar with two teaspoons apple cider vinegar and drink three times a dy.
  • Wipe your underarms with straight apple cider vinegar to help combat odor.
  • Make sage tea and drink every day to help combat a hyper sweat gland.
  • You can rub slices of raw potato on your underarms to help fight off excess sweat.
  • Witch hazel cleans and dries oils on the face. It is gentle and helps to prevent infections.
  • If your feet are extra sweaty you can massage them with apple cider vinegar or tea tree oil to combat the smell.
  • Reduce your intake of iodine rich foods.
  • Soak sweaty hands in a tea bath. Tanin acts as a natural antiperspirant.
  • After shaving, apply baking soda, wait 30 minutes then wash away to help stop excess sweating.
  • Eat a diet rich in silicon.
  • Eat foods high in vitamin B.
  • Stay hydrated!
  • Wheatgrass juice helps to flush out acids and toxins that can cause your sweat to smell.
  • Take magnesium supplements to help control sweating.
  • Burdock helps to encourage the body to eliminate excess fluids through means other than sweating.
  • Drink tomato juice!
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