7 Ways To Sweat Control And Sweat Smell

Excessive sweating  is a common problem, especially of the palms, armpits and soles. It can be distressing and can have a serious impact on your life. In some cases, affected people avoid social contact with others because of embarrassment about the problem. However, the condition is usually treatable.In this article 7 Ways To Sweat Control And Sweat Smell.

#1   Use Antiperspirant

Use Antiperspirant deodorant rather than ordinary deodorant. Antiperspirant attacks on the bacteria that create bad smell in armpits and stops the excessive sweating. Ordinary deodorant simple mask the bad smell but not treat the excessive sweating.Applying deodorant at night also reduces the chance of skin irritations, Glaser says, and will keep you using it more faithfully.

#2   Use Lots of water

Hydration keeps body temperatures low and therefore less sweat will be produced. Water is vital to life. It effectively flushes out excess minerals and pushes out all toxins and waste products. The experts recommend six to eight glasses of water everyday.

#3  Use Lemon Juice

Rub the armpits with wool pads soaked in a mixture of baking soda and lemon juice. put a tea spoon of lemon juice in bathing water . It also a natural way to sweat control.

#4  Avoid Spicy Foods

Spicy foods may be delightful, tasty and healthy, but they make your body sweat more frequently in short time periods.So Avoid spicy foods. Large intake of chemical toxins will aggravate sweating. The same goes for high fructose syrup used by some manufactures to sweeten food. It gets even worse especially for overweight people. Any of those instant, pre-made, packaged, frozen, greasy, ready-to-eat and fast foods are an absolute .

#5  Avoid Alcohol, cigarettes and Drugs

Avoid Alcohol cigarettes and Drugs. absolute no-brainer. These chemicals make it harder for the body to control sweating because they cause a delay in blood circulation. Many surveys prove that those person take these things has more bad smelling sweat.

# 6 Use Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil has astringent like properties, and is also an anti fungal agent and can be applied as a thin layer under armpits, hands and feet and the groin area. 

# 7  Wear Loose Cloths

Wear loose clothing made of natural fabrics like cotton and linen which helps to absorb sweat. When our sweat has no chance to dry faster on the skin, bacteria collect and cause body odor, especially in underarms, soles of the feet and groin areas.