13 Ways to Stop Excessive Sweating
If you feel that you are sweating too much, and it's making you uncomfortable, there are many natural ways to decrease your sweating.
This is not the time to worry about excessive sweating, as a bride or groom you will be attending parties, dinners -and the biggest event of all- your wedding!
This condition is referred to as Hyperhidrosis. It mainly targets the palms or soles of the feet. It occurs when the Sympathetic Nervous System gets overactive and creates more sweat than needed.
Here is what you need to know to decrease your seating:
- Drink Lots of Water: Hydration keeps body temperatures low and therefore less sweat will be produced.
- Avoid Stress and Nervousness: Stress and nervousness will trigger sweat glands, so try to keep your cool.
- Cut Down on Your Caffeine Intake: Caffeine causes anxiety, which can trigger your sweat glands as well. So drink less coffee, tea, and carbonated beverages.
- Acupuncture: Acupuncture targets certain body parts to balance energy and also relax the brain by controlling the hypothalamus, which goes down to reduce sweat. Consider it.
- Yoga: Yoga relaxes and calms you, which leads to lessening sweat production. Check out your nearest fitness centers that provide yoga classes.
- Use Deodorants and Soaps That Suit Your Body: The effects of deodorants or soaps not compatible with your body will do you more harm than good. They may cause more bacteria to build upon the skin.
- Drink Tomato Juice: The extra vitamins and nutrients help with decreasing sweat production. Add a glass of tomato juice a day to your diet.
- Avoid Hot Drinks: Try cold, iced beverages to regulate your temperature.
- Drink Sage Tea: Sage tea keeps the body functioning well as well as regulating your sweat production.
- Avoid Sugary, Spicy, and Chemically-Processed Foods: Spicy foods make your body sweat more frequently in short-time periods. Chemical toxins will aggravate sweating, just like high fructose syrup used by some manufactures to sweeten food.
- Take Cold Showers: Cold showers will help regulate your body temperature and decrease sweating.
- Soak Sweaty Hands and Feet in Tea: Boil a couple of tea bags and soak your hands and feet in them.
- Eat Right: Eat foods that have B vitamins in them, which helps in the absorption of nutrients and proper break down of toxins and body waste. Whole grains, fresh fruits, and vegetables are packed with B vitamins.