How To Stop Excessive Sweating

Date: 2020-08-02 15:00:11

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Have you ever heard about hyperhidrosis? It is nothing more than excessive sweating.

Did you know that sweating is a natural phenomenon, essential for eliminating toxins from the body?

The issue is that some people develop a disorder that causes excessive sweating, and that can cause psychological, physical, and social disorders.

If you suffer from that, you don’t need to be ashamed when it happens again.

Did you know that there are many natural treatments to help you with excessive sweating?

One of these treatments is a sage infusion, which has antiperspirant properties.

Its use prevents and regulates the production of sweat, being very useful in situations of stress, anxiety, and even during menopause.

Besides sage tea, cucumber, apple cider vinegar, and aloe vera can also help you!

Cucumber, thanks to its astringent properties, closes the pores and reduces focal sweating.

Apple cider vinegar works because it is astringent, regulating perspiration and neutralizing the bacteria that cause bad body odor.

And, lastly, aloe vera. Because it is healing and moisturizing, it helps regulate the pH levels of the skin and, so, can reduce pores and sweating.

Try it and share your experience with us!


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