Everybody sweats, you just do - it's natural. But if you're one of the millions of people in the world who suffer from excessive sweating, it can be something that takes over your life.
Places you go, what you do, what you eat and how you dress - if you are constantly worrying about if or how much you might sweat it can completely take the fun out of a night out, and make your work day a total nightmare.
If this sounds like you you've probably tried all sorts of little tricks and remedies to either reduce or hide your excessive sweating - and with mixed results. All you really want is to stop sweating & start living. All you really want is a safe, simple and preferably natural way to solve your problem.
Why do some people sweat more than others?
Understanding why you sweat more than other people is probably not as interesting as understanding how to beat the problem, but it's worth a brief explanation so you can appreciate why certain solutions might work.
Here's the science bit, but not too much, I promise. Excessive sweating is more commonly known as Hyperhidrosis. Everyone sweats, like I said it's natural, it's the body's way of regulating its temperature. The evaporation of the sweat from the skin causes the skin to cool. So when it's hot or we heat our bodies through exercise, we sweat to try and cool down. Because sweating is linked to the nervous system, people also sweat when they are nervous, anxious or under pressure.
Hyperhidrosis however, is unusually increased perspiration and whilst it is usual throughout your teenage years, it is a problem that affects sufferers of all ages.
Doctors believe that you suffer from Hyperhidrosis due to an overactive nervous system. What can make it worse for a lot of people is that it can seem totally unrelated to how hot you feel. A common complaint of sufferers is that they get nervous because they sweat, then sweat more because they are nervous.
Understanding how you are affected by excessive sweating can help you deal with the problem, or even better find a cure that works for you.
Do you just live with it?
There are a number of things you can help reduce excessive sweating and it's associated problems, or at least make it easier to live with:
-Wear loose-fitting natural fabrics that won't stain, white or black are best.
-Shower regularly, at least every morning.
-Avoid spicy foods, caffeine in tea, coffee, soft drinks and, sorry, chocolate.
-Use anti-perspirant throughout the day rather than just in the morning.
-Try using a high strength anti-perspirant with a higher Aluminium Chloride percentage.
There are a whole host of other things but we're getting into the realms of drugs, surgery and wearing things like "arm-pit shields" so whilst the ideas above might make excessive sweating easier to live with, wouldn't it be even easier if there was a safe and simple cure?
Don't live with it....cure it! Stop sweating & start living.
You've probably been living with excessive sweating for years, so I'm guessing you're fed up with that and would much rather cure it? Thought so, you sound just like Mike Ramsey. Before you think that he's just someone else with a solution that isn't going to work, let me tell you he really understands the problem of Hyperhidrosis, because he suffered with it from High School and throughout his adult life!
He used to wear t-shirts under his shirts to hide the sweat, take two or three showers a day and tried all sorts of anti-perspirants, off the shelf and prescription ones, but nothing seemed to work for him. His excessive sweating literally ruled his life - sound familiar?
But just as he thought he was going to have to live with his problem he literally by accident, came across a solution that changed his life. He uncovered a safe, simple, and totally natural way of curing his problem...for good. His solution uses only natural, readily available products for a few seconds a day in a way that easily integrates into your morning and bedtime routine, to reduce excessive sweating by up to an incredible 95%.