How to stop excessive sweating can be grouped up into two categories; temporary fixes, and permanent cures. I'll give you one guess which one modern medicine can only provide... didn't have to think for very long did you? Well, let's first take a look at just what modern medicine does provide, and then we can go from there, shall we?
First, let's take a look at how drugs are used to stop excessive sweating. For very mild cases, there are prescription antiperspirants like Drysol.... This can actually be irritating, even burning, so this is recommended for use when you aren't very active - overnight, while you sleep. It's still just as unpleasant, and stains your bed sheets. It's worn throughout the night, every night, for a few weeks until it begins to take effect, then it's applied weekly. It doesn't always work for everyone, and in fact some people react badly to it. Oh, and by the way, it's quite expensive.
Is that how to stop excessive sweating? Try this; anticholinergic drugs which tamper with your brain chemistry in order to clip off the communications from your brain to the sweat glands by blocking neurotransmitters. Want to know the side-effects? Your vision blurs away, your heart violently jumps around like a bug in a frying pan, and you painfully find that you can't very well urinate anymore the way you used to. Yeah, the miracle of modern medicine... right.
Need I mention the poisonous Botox therapies or the iontophoresis (electro-shock therapy) which are also used for this condition? Oh, and let's not forget surgeries that place titanium clips on certain nerve passageways deep within your body. What the hell are we, lab rats? This is precisely why most people eventually turn to naturopathic medicine. Actual cures, not just symptoms masks, and all natural as well, so there are no side-effects. Sounds like something to look into, doesn't it? Doing things the natural way is how to stop excessive sweating safely.