How to Prevent Excessive Sweating Under Arms with 4 Simple Steps!

by Jason on May 16, 2011

Excessive sweating under arms is a horrible problem which many people face. If you are one of those people, you know how embarrassing and unsettling the problem can be. You probably can’t wear certain clothes because of the sweat stains. The sweat stains are only one problem – a foul odor worsens the problem a great deal.

What if I told you that the problem can go away? That you can treat and even prevent excessive sweating under arms?!

Here are the steps you need to take in order to stop sweating so much.

Step #1 – Detoxify Your Body

One of the reasons why you may be sweating so much is because your body is filled with chemicals. These chemicals can come from processed foods, spicy foods, caffeinated drinks, alcohol, drugs, and so forth. The body has to get rid of all of the toxins, and sweating is one of the ways that it does so.

You can detoxify your system by eating lots of fruits and vegetables, drinking tons of water, and maybe doing a liver or colon cleanse. If you think that medicine could be causing a chemical buildup in your body, talk to your doctor to see if it’s okay to cut down on the medicine.

Don’t try cutting it out on your own unless you have an addiction. In that instance, get the appropriate help. The idea is to get your body in top-notch health so that you stop excessive sweating under arms.

Step #2 – Use a Good Antiperspirant

You can get a good clinical strength antiperspirant, use a natural antiperspirant, or try both. Extra strength antiperspirants such as Maxim, Certain Dri, Drysol, Gillette, etc… work by plugging the pores at night so that you sweat less throughout the day.

At night, the aluminum-based ingredient is pulled into sweat ducts. This triggers the sweat glands to reduce perspiration. The effect can last for at least 24 hours, maybe more depending on the product and the severity of your problem.

As for natural antiperspirants, you can try rubbing one of the following onto your armpits to plug the pores:

• Coconut cream

• Talcum powder

• Tannic acid

• Lime

• Apple cider vinegar

• Charcoal

• Sage fluid extract

Step #3 – Exercise More

One of the reasons why you may be sweating a lot is because you don’t exercise enough. While you will sweat a lot AS you exercise, you will sweat less when you’re not exercising. Try increasing the amount of exercise you do by a small amount every week or so. Don’t force yourself to work out too much, though, you don’t want to risk an injury.

Step #4 – Watch What You Wear

By now you should have reduced the sweating. However, you still need to be careful what you wear so that you can avoid embarrassing sweat stains. There are special clothes designed with sweat absorbent pads. The pads are unnoticeable and they absorb all of the under arm sweat.

You can order the pads separately if you want to continue wearing your favorite shirts. There are some disposable underarm shields that stick securely onto all fabrics.

Speaking of fabrics, you should always avoid wearing tight clothes, particularly those made out of nylon. Only wear loose cotton or wool shirts.

Hopefully, these steps will help you control excessive sweating underarms. These tips are only the beginning, though; there are still other steps you can take to prevent excessive sweating.

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