Tips and Techniques on How to Stop Back Sweating

by Jason on April 15, 2011

Do you keep ruining your shirts due to excessive back sweating? Do you wish you knew how to stop back sweating? Although sweating is a natural process, too much of it can be a big problem. A person who suffers from excessive perspiration suffers both physically and emotionally.

You should at least take comfort in the fact that you are not alone.

Over a million adults suffer from profuse sweating on their backs. This problem can be caused by a number of factors, including:

• Certain medications, such as anti-anxiety drugs and thyroid hormones

• Anxiety and stress

• Low blood sugar

• Spicy foods

• Menopause

• Withdrawal from narcotics

• Overactive thyroid gland

• Certain types of clothes

• Poor dieting and lifestyle habits

If your back sweating is accompanied by pain or feelings of pressure, you might want to contact a doctor to make sure that there is nothing seriously wrong.

If you can determine the primary cause(s) of your back sweating, you can take appropriate measures to prevent it. For instance if you wear tight clothes, then you need to start wearing loose shirts made out of cotton or wool. Other fabrics will make you sweat more. If you have diabetes or thyroid problems, make sure you get them under control so that you will sweat less.

Here are a few more ideas on how to stop back sweating:

Keep your back clean! This is one of the simplest, yet most important remedies. Take at least two showers a day and use a good anti-bacterial soap. Make sure the residue is rinsed off thoroughly. You should dry your back with a clean towel before putting clothes on.

• Use a good antiperspirant on your back. There are some prescription strength body deodorants available over the counter. You can reduce the sensitivity of your sweat glands just by using a body antiperspirant.

• Body talc can help absorb sweat. Rub a small amount on to your back. You will want to wear loose shirts to prevent the powder from being rubbed off. Cornstarch in particular is a good powder to rub on your back. Not only does it absorb sweat, it also prevents bad odor!

• Be careful with what you eat. Certain foods and drinks can make you sweat more. You should cut down on onions, garlic, hot peppers, chili, alcohol, and caffeine. You also want to avoid foods with a lot of salt as they will make your sweat more odorous. Drinking a lot of water will help regulate your body temperature better so that you will sweat less.

• Get rid of all of the toxins from your body. A colon or kidney cleanse will help you get rid of pollutants and waste in the body. You will sweat less when your system is flushed clean. The more that toxins accumulate in your body, the more your body will perspire in order to get rid of them.

• Drinking green tea every day will help reduce perspiration. Not only can this tea help keep your skin dry, it can also calm your nerves. Since anxiety can cause sweating, you need to stay as calm as often as you can. Drink at least one cup of green tea in the morning and one in the evening.

If you follow these tips, you should be able to keep your sweat production levels down. Not every remedy is going to work for every single sufferer, so you need to find one(s) that will work for you. Be consistent with your strategy if you want to stop back sweating once and for all!

These tips are really just the start.

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