Sweating is quite normal during hot days, but it can also be a source of trouble and inconvenience if you sweat excessively.
First, you need to watch out what time you put on deodorants.
For a good effect of the deodorant it is very important at what time you put it. Experts claim that they work best at night and therefore recommend applying them after the evening shower. Putting deodorants at night also reduces the risk of skin irritation.
Wear clothing that is lightweight, breathable and made of natural materials such as cotton.
If your clothes are tight the possibility of sweating is increased so choose lightweight materials drop as linen, and avoid silk.
Avoid spicy foods. Certain foods such as hot peppers can affect the amount of sweat your body produces and foods like garlic and onions can cause a very unpleasant smell of sweat.
3 Powerful Solutions Against Sweating
The oil obtained by cold pressing Indian black cumin is effective against bacterial and fungal infections and it helps with excessive sweating.
After showering apply the oil on your hands from the fingers to the shoulders and of course in the armpits.
Add one teaspoon of sage leaves in a cup of boiling water, let it stand for a few minutes, strain and drink. This tea acts as a natural remedy for excessive sweating and one of the best means against night sweats. For visible results you need to drink this tea for two weeks, a liter per day.
Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar acts as a natural deodorant because it destroys bacteria. It is sufficient that one day you just wash your armpits with it. Soak dry cloth in apple vinegar and wipe the surface of the body that often perspires.
To prevent sweating feet two to three times a week, take a bath with 2 liters of warm water and 75 ml apple vinegar, soak your feet for at least 15 minutes.
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