How To Prevent Sweaty Armpits

Sweaty ArmpitsSweating is the body’s mechanism to eliminate toxins and to maintain the body’s temperature and to keep it cool. Normally one sweats when the weather is hot or one is exercising or doing some strenuous physical work. Sometimes one also sweats profusely due to nervousness, fear or stress. Some people sweat a lot even if they are not physically exerting themselves or when the temperature is not hot and their clothes are stained with perspiration all the time.

Perspiration also has a stench which is very offensive and puts people off. A cool, fresh and crisp appearance is very desirable and it has a totally different impact on people than a wilted, bedraggled and flaccid appearance. There are many natural ways that can prevent sweat from gushing from your armpits and help you keep fresh, clean and sweet smelling throughout the day.

Best Ways To Prevent Sweaty Armpits

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a great remedy for curbing your sweating tendencies and preventing sweaty armpits. Mix three teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and three teaspoons of pure honey.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Drink this mixture three times a day, half hour before your meals. Apple cider vinegar helps to calm the receptors in the sympathy glands and prevents them from sending out so many signals that trigger sweating.

Avoid Caffeine

You should avoid caffeine and other stimulants to prevent sweating. Caffeine fills up the body with toxins and stimulates the sweat glands and causes them to produce excess sweat. You must drink twelve glasses of water everyday to help flush out all the toxins from the body.

Avoid Caffeine

Once the toxin levels in the body are reduced, the sweat glands do not have to work so hard to produce sweat and eliminate the toxins. Water will also keep your skin cool and well hydrated.

Reduce Stress

Stress can overdrive the sympathy glands and cause them to send out a deluge of signals which will result in profuse sweating. Sit calmly with your back straight. Inhale deeply and hold your breath for a few seconds then exhale slowly, relaxing your mind and the body simultaneously.

Again hold your breath for a few seconds before inhaling deeply. Repeat this exercise for ten minutes everyday to keep your mind as well as your body cool and fresh.

Sage Tea

Drinking sage tea is a great way of preventing the sweat glands from being overactive. Boil one cup of water and steep one teaspoon of sage tea into it for ten minutes.

Sage Tea

Strain the tea and drink one cup of it in the morning and one cup at night, just before going to bed. Sage will help curb the signals that trigger the sympathy glands in an overactive mode and prevent the production of excess sweat.

Wear Cotton Clothes

Wear loose fitting cotton clothes that allow air to circulate and keep your body temperature low so that the sweat glands do not get any frantic signals to sweat. You must also keep your armpits free of hair as hair generates more sweat traps it, giving rise to malodor.

Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.

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