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The Troublesome Underarm Sweating

Many of us are constantly troubled by excessive sweating in our armpit area. This phenomenon usually starts somewhere in our teenage years and continues to pester us throughout our lives. It can be caused by many different factors and we should look into these as well, before taking other steps to solve this problem. Moreover, we need to know that sweating is a normal process necessary in order for our body temperature to be regulated. This being said, we need to find the reason behind excessive sweating and treat it in order to reduce the sweating to a normal level.

Causes and Treatment of Excessive Armpit Sweating

Some of the greatest and most common causes of excessive sweating are related to our lifestyles and certain factors we expose ourselves to. For example, during the summer our body feels hot and needs to regulate its temperature by expelling sweat through the tiny pores on our skin. Since, under our armpits, we have many sweat glands, this is the area which is always sweating more than some other parts of our body. Thus, avoid strong sun and heat in order to sweat less.

Personal negligence is next, since there are cases where people sweat due to their poor body hygiene. So, you should shower every day and keep your body clean by using antibacterial soaps and other cosmetic products for these purposes. For proper perspiration, you should wear cotton clothes which allow your skin to breathe.

Antiperspirants should be used for stopping the sweat from getting out of your armpits while deodorants should be used for covering the unpleasant smell related to the process of sweating. Due to the fact that bacteria like your underarm, because these are damp and dark places, you may use talcum powder to kill these microorganisms. Finally, you are to take care of your underarm hair and shorten it regularly or remove it completely. Having long hair in this area will make your armpits smell worse and produce more sweat.

Some people have tried rubbing lemon onto their armpits for stopping the odor and the sweating altogether. This is considered to be a very effective, natural cure. Yet, it may or may not work with you. Nevertheless, do not give up, since there are more where that came from. You can use baking soda for sweating prevention too.

Finally, if everything else fails, you may opt for Botox injections or surgery where your sweat glands will be bypassed or removed. Both of these procedures are costly, but offer permanent or long-term results.

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