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Preventing excessive sweating

Limit caffeine as it tends to cause anxiety, which in return triggers the body to excessive sweating.

Preventing excessive sweating

  • Limit caffeine as it tends to cause anxiety, which in return triggers the body to excessive sweating.

  • Yoga is one of the most natural ways to control excessive sweating. Yoga calms down the nerves and subsequently lessens sweat production.

  • Say no to spicy foods. Spicy foods may be delightful and tasty but they make your body sweat more frequently in short time periods.

  • Wearing high quality undershirts made of cotton or just a T-shirt help absorb body sweat and make it evaporate fast.

  • Instead of having hot tea and coffee, go for fresh juices, lemonade or iced-beverages to regulate your body temperature, which will prevent excessive sweating.

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