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Foods You Should Avoid And Tips On How To Easier Deal With Excessive Sweating


Sweating is a natural process, whose main function is to cool the body. Most people sweat when they are physically active, while in a warm environment or when under stress or being upset. But there are people who sweat more than normal without any particular reason. These people are dealing with excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis.

Excessive sweating, which is also called hyperhidrosis, is the secretion of larger amounts of sweat than required by the body.

Sweat usually appears on the palms of the hands, feet and armpits.

Excessive sweating can create problems in social and love life and even worsen emotional health. Many people feel awkward when shaking hands, wearing brighter wardrobe and are constantly worried about whether others notice their problem.

If you have trouble with sweating and unpleasant body odors, it is likely that the main reason is exactly the food you eat. Therefore avoid the following ingredients:

– Onion

Even though onion is very healthy and is ideal for removing the common cold, when you enter in your body, its smell comes from all parts of the body.

– Meat

A study in Prague showed that those who do not eat meat, often have fewer problems with unpleasant body odors, unlike people who eat meat.

– Alcohol

Besides having very bad effect on the body and youthful appearance, alcohol can be credited for unpleasant odors too. When you drink alcohol, most of it passes through the liver, but around 10% is discharged through sweat, urine and bad breath and causes excessive sweating.

– Beetroot and spinach

Products that are filled with methyl, such as spinach, beets and soy products, release trimethylamine and do not have very pleasant smell.

Here are some tips that will help you to easier deal with excessive sweating:

1. Maintain daily hygiene

With regular shower, you will remove bacteria found on the skin surface and thus prevent the occurrence of unpleasant odor.

2. Chose light clothes

It is very important what material your clothes are made of. Choose clothes made of cotton, which should not be too tight.

3. Do not wear the same shows for two days in a row

Shoes need 24 hours to completely dry. Therefore, try not to wear the same shows two days in a row. Regularly change socks and walk barefoot when you are able to.

4. Carry an antiperspirant or deodorant

Always have at hand product which will help to reduce sweating. If you feel that perspiration is increasing during the day, it is easy to put on a little antiperspirant and reduce sweating.

5. Carry handkerchief

If you store a handkerchief in the pocket or handbag, you can wipe off the secreted sweat before shaking hands with someone.