Sweat is a clear, salty liquid produced by glands in your skin. Sweating helps your body stay cool. When sweat mixes with bacteria on your skin, it can cause a smell. Sweat is commonly found under the arms, on the feet and on the palms of the hands. Below are some tips to reduce sweating.
Baking soda has high absorption properties. This will control the sweat and help you remain dry. Take a tablespoon of baking soda along with a cup of water. Mix well and make a paste. Use a cotton ball to apply the paste under your arms and in areas where you sweat. Now, leave it for half an hour and then wash it out. Apply this remedy once a day.
Sage herbal tea has been proved to be one of the very good home remedies for excessive sweating. Brew sage in hot water and let it cool down. Have it everyday to get rid of excessive sweating. Sage contains vitamin B and magnesium which helps reduce the sweat gland activity and therefore reduce underarm sweating.
Vinegar helps to balance the pH level of your body areas like underarm or feet so that bacteria find it difficult to thrive there. Mix 2 teaspoons of vinegar with 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and have it thrice in a day. Take this mixture on an empty stomach half an hour before or after the meal. You can also soak some cotton balls in apple cider vinegar or white vinegar and rub the sweating area. This is one of the very effective natural remedies for hyperhidrosis.
Potato is an easily available and most effective home remedy for hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating. Potatoes are absorb excess water from the body. Take potatoes, Cut them into slices and rub them under your arms, face, neck and legs. Allow it to dry before you wear your clothes.
Tomato can improve the blood circulation when consumed and it acts as an anti-septic when applied on the skin. It also helps to tighten the pores in the skin. Eating two tomatoes a day or drinking 1 glass of tomato juice a day for at least a whole week. If you see some progress, you can continue it for some more days- everyday or alternate days.