Excessive sweating is a problem of sweat glands because are stimulated more than normal. Hyperhidrosis can affect both sexes equally. Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is rather a physical or mental discomfort than a major health problem. Most times, sweating is triggered by stress. In general, people suffer and are even more stressed because they sweat profusely, and this increases the secretion.
1. Herb mix
You should drink a cup a day of infusion of the following mixture: sage, horsetail and lady’s mantle. Tea is consumed preferably in the morning before meals. Another recommended hyperhidrosis mixture consists of oak leaves and birch leaves. Consume two cups of this tea a day, morning and evening.
People who suffer from hyperhidrosis need a more healthy lifestyle. We recommend quitting tobacco, alcohol and coffee because these stimulate the secretion of sweat glands. Also recommend avoiding spicy, fried, smoked foods. We recommend more natural food-based juices and salads of vegetables and fruits.
Simple sage tea is particularly useful in combating excessive sweating. Consume one cup a day, in the morning, on an empty stomach for a month. Peppermint tea is indicated for combating perspiration odor.
4. Lavender oil
Add lavender oil to the bath water and wash the affected areas for 15-20 minutes.
5. Sodium bicarbonate
Baking soda can be added to bath water. Add 2 teaspoons in 2 liters of water and wash the areas) for 15-20 minutes.
The clothing fabric of people who experience excessive sweating should be as natural cotton.
Synthetic fibers block the normal skin perspiration and favors temperature increasing and excessive sweating.
Zinc helps fight odor and perspiration and eliminates excessive sweating.
It can be taken as supplements or natural sources: seafood, oysters, wheat germ, pumpkin seeds, garlic.
9. AlumAlum is a mineral deodorant, 100% natural. You can find it in food stores in the form of a stick or roll-on. It is odorless and contains sulfuric acid, aluminum and potassium. Alum stone blocks and reduces perspiration odors without aggressing the skin. Apply it on washed and still damp skin. In addition, it is very economical, because one stone it’s enough for a full year.
Peppermint is a valuable ally in the treatment of internal and external sweating because it eliminates malodor and refreshes affected areas. Consume daily an infusion that is prepared from a teaspoon of leaves and a cup of boiling water.
For external use decoction, which is prepared from ten tablespoons of dried plant is boiled in three liters of water for five minutes. When the decoction is lukewarm, armpits wipe the areas with a sponge soaked in decoction. Repeat three times a week.