Thursday, November 17, 2011

How To Tips To Stop Sweating Too Much by Lynsey Carter

How To Stop Sweating Too Much Tips

Should you suffer from excessive sweating, and find yourself sick-and-tired of it then it is time to do something about it, yes? You find yourself out-and-about, but then you find you are afraid to lift your arm to get the attention of somebody because there is your fear of those embarrassing 'underarm stains' that you just know will be there. What about shaking hands with someone when you know that you have sweaty palms? What about not getting too close to other people because you are afraid that you may have excess body odor? This may sound funny and humorous to some people but to sufferers of excessive sweating, it can almost feel like a 'death-sentence'. To stop sweating too much tips include these -

* using some of the better over-the-counter deodorants;

* prescribed products by your doctor or pharmacist;

* using deep-breathing exercises to calm down;

* if severe, work with your doctor or other treatments;

* using sweat aids such as clothing and pharmacuticals.

Over-The-Counter Products

Firstly, the number one tip here is to visit your local pharmacy or drug store, peruse the products available on the shelves, and try to find the products that can assist you to stop sweating. So look out for the product that you could try to help you, some of these products will help to block the sweat pores so that you don't sweat too much. Most of these products are scented too so that you will smell 'great' and therefore hopefully not feel to embarrassed about being around other people. This can normally be an inexpensive way to combat your excessive sweating, or other sweating problem you may have, and a very good way to start your journey to stop your excessive sweating. Try this first.

Now that you are going to try, or have tried, tip number 1, you can work on the second tip, which is to work on your emotional state by trying to calm yourself down or to keep calm. Many times people sweat because they become or are anxious. If you find yourself sweating because you are stressed, anxious, nervous, etc, try some breathing exercises to calm yourself. Take deep breathes slowly, count to four as your breathe in, hold your breathe for 2 seconds, and breathe out to the count of 4 as well. Do this ten times in a row and you should find yourself calming down in your situation. This is a karate method to calm down and regain composure

before continuing, plus it allows you to re-focus on your situation, and perhaps approach the situation from another angle, a better angle that won't cause you the amount of stress or anxiety that causes you to sweat so severely.

Another tip is to, why not try some herbal remedies for anxiety and stress, things such as St. John's Wort, or even something as simple as a cup of camomille tea. This tea works great in some instances after you get around the strange taste.

Some Severe Situations

Should you have a severe case of excessive sweating, then the best bet for you would be to arrange a consultation with your doctor or health care professional. Do you find yourself changing your clothes often because of your excessive sweating, you could have a condition that causes your excessive sweating, and this is where your doctor comes in. Once you have consulted your doctor, you may find that you are eligible for prescription treatments because you are under a doctor's care.

Under a doctor's prescription, there are numerous products available to you that you probably won't find on the pharmacy shelf, and these can include -

* prescription deodorants and anti-perspirants;

* prescription creams and ointments;

* and specific medications targeted to excess sweating.

You can try these tips to control your sweating, in any order you like depending on your condition or situation, anything that will work to bring back your confidence and self-esteem.

Remember that your sweating in the natural way for your body to cool itself down, although it can get out of control sometimes. Now, if you think your sweating is out of control, then give the above tips a try. You never know, you may end up being able to lift your arm in public, confidently shake hands with people, and feel confident about being out-and-about with people.

Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter