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Safe Natural Treatment for Excessive Underarm Sweating Relief

Updated on August 9, 2016

Getting Rid Of Excessive Underarm Sweat

Are you currently suffering from embarrassing, excessive underarm sweating? If so - you are not alone. That statement doesn't help much - but when you think about the estimated one in every 100 individuals across the globe suffering from excessive armpit perspiration, it seems odd that a surefire cure hasn't turned up in the market place yet - or has it?

Nature has it's way of cooling down the body temperature system, but sometimes that system for whatever reason doesn't work as it should, bringing with it an overload of perspiration and much anxiety caused by self-consciousness to the excess sweating, which in turn aggravates the sweating - a vicious circle hard to come to terms with for the sufferer and equally as difficult to cure - even with surgery.

Sufferers of excessive sweating try almost anything to rid themselves of this often very embarrassing condition and with each failed remedy, comes more anxiety that again brings on more sweating. A never ending vicious circle that can be very nerve racking and stressing for the sufferer.

Countless showers are taken and clothes are changed numerous times a day. Buckets of antiperspirant are used in an effort to hold back the sweat and heaven perish the thought - that the sweat odour should reach the noses of co-workers or others in the vicinity.

Hyperhidrosis can truly affect one’s life in many different, negative ways - i.e. job as well as de-hydration, you may be very interested to know that a totally natural cure for excessive underarm perspiration is being used with 96% success and is available.

Natural Cures for Excessive Sweating

There have been report that a simple tea treatment is proving fairly successful. The tea, made from the dried leaves of a common herb and water may moderately relieve the symptoms of hyperhidrosis, which sounds a little too 'temporary' and who needs that when you're dripping with sweat all over your nice clean shirt.

Another excessive sweating treatment includes the application of aluminum chloride solution on the area where sweating occures excessively and all too regularly. This particular solution is mainly found in antiperspirant deodorant but for people with hyperhidrosis, you will need something that has higher concentration of the solution.

Although this treatment has been known to be effective for some people in controlling underarm sweat, it isn't that effective in controlling excessive sweating for hands and feet and we shouldn't forget that the aluminum chloride solution can cause side effects for some, i.e. skin irritation.


Where are the magic pills?

For a lot of people suffering with excessive sweating, herbal tee, magnetic therapy, pills, electro treatment as well as various deodorants and antiperspirants, just don't work.

Learning meditation techniques is a good idea and can relieve you of the stressful and embarrassing feelings that actually make you sweat more.

If you're over weight, exercising frequently can help you shed excess kilograms as well as changing your diet. Eat lots of fruit and vegetables and leave out the meat and eggs until you have your sweating under control.

Not all antiperspirants are created equal, so check out the small print on the back of the bottle before you purchase to see what it contains and what you're actually buying. You'll not only be able to control the amount of sweat but the odor that it releases as well.

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      3 years ago

      I think every yrs summer gives trouble me a thank to this article ....

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      Lucy Jones 

      4 years ago from Scandinavia

      Hi and thanks for your comment.

      It's difficult to say what's best for any individual because we're all unique, so what is good for one person may not be good for you. Your best bet would be to visit your doctor or speak to a skin specialist. I'm sure you know this already, but I wouldn't like to suggest something to you as I don't know you or your situation/skin/health.

      Take care -- Lucy.

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      4 years ago

      me too suferring from hyperhidrosis plz let me know any home remedy for this plz my life is becoming depressing day by day

      plz let me know

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      Lucy Jones 

      5 years ago from Scandinavia

      Brilliant idea Pansy1370. Thanks for sharing and your comment. Have a great day -- Lucy

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      5 years ago

      Rubbing a small amount of Sudocrem under my arms keeps me dry all day.

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      7 years ago

      need solution for head sweating. anyone got one?

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      Lucy Jones 

      8 years ago from Scandinavia

      Thanks everyone for your positive feedback on excessive sweating. It's really a problem for many and the more we can help them with the issue in a safe and natural way - the better.

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      Cure For Sweating 

      8 years ago

      Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is really difficult to live with. I have tried pretty much everything in the past.

      Glad to say I'm cured now.

      Lots of good tips here, thanks for sharing

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      Excessive Sweating Cures 

      8 years ago

      One can also soak their feet, hands with apple cider vinegar, and believe it not stay hydrated to cool off the insides of your body but use room temperature water.

      cotton clothing, better if loosely fitting, is good too.

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      Hyperhidrosis Treatments 

      8 years ago

      Great hub! Specially love the cartoon, it really made me laugh :-)

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      Excessive Sweating 

      9 years ago

      Excessive Sweating can be stoped naturally and safely. there are many natural treatments for sweating. nice information, thanks for sharing.


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