28 thoughts on “Causes Of Excessive Sweating In The Morning

  1. Do you know any tips to help stop excessive perspiration?
    I have excessive armpit perspiration and I am wondering if there are any tips besides using antiperspirant to help stop it. Thanks!

    • Step
      1
      Visit an on-line resource to find out more about hyperhidrosis.The International Hyperhidrosis Society and Hyperhydrosis.com are great resources for people with excessive sweating problems. Familiarize yourself with the facts, find specialists in your area and read testimonials from other sufferers.

      Step
      2
      Watch your diet. People who are overweight tend to have more problems with sweating; however, even if you are a normal body weight, your diet may still be a problem. Natural, unprocessed foods such as fresh vegetables, fruits, dairy products and fish may help to keep your body cool. Always avoid spicy foods.

      Step
      3
      Hydrate. Drink plenty of water. It is recommended that you drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, but drinking more water will only help. You should also avoid drinking ice cold beverages, because this will only act to increase your internal body temperature. The body is always working to maintain a constant body temperature so, when you drink cold water, the body will start to heat up to restore its normal temperature. Drink water that is room temperature or only slightly cooler.

      Step
      4
      Drink hot green tea. Though the last thing you want to do when you’re hot and sweating is to drink a hot cup of tea, hot tea does the opposite of ice cold water. You may feel hot when you begin to drink it but, when the heat hits your stomach, it will send a signal to your brain telling it to cool itself down. Additionally, green tea is a great way to rid the body of the toxins that cause you to sweat.

      Step
      5
      Avoid drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. Alcohol increases blood flow and your heart rate and an increased heart rate will raise your body temperature, similar to what happens when you exercise. Alcohol also dilates the vessels in your skin, which further increases your body’s ability to sweat.

      Step
      6
      Quit smoking and limit your caffeine. Besides the fact that it’s just common sense and healthy, it will also help to calm your excessive sweating problem. The chemicals in a cigarette add to the bodies adrenaline levels, which is also why you might shake or need to use the bathroom immediately after smoking. This increase of adrenaline will also speed up your heart rate and, like caffeine and alcohol, will make you sweat.

      Step
      7
      Dress accordingly. Wear light, comfortable and breathable fabrics. Loose-fitting and natural fabrics are the best way to keep your body comfortable. Cotton is a breathable fabric and helps absorb perspiration. Avoid wearing nylon and polyester, which do not provide any ventilation and will only increase and trap sweat, which will lead to sweating and body odor.

      Step
      8
      Relax. Getting “worked up” increases your internal temperature, aggravating your sweat glands, which causes you to sweat. You may notice that mental stress, for example, before an important meeting, makes you sweat more than at other times. Take a few moments to breathe and meditate on actively relaxing any time you begin to feel overworked or stressed.

      Step
      9
      Try a prescription antiperspirant. There are several antiperspirants that contain aluminum chloride, which blocks sweat glands. Apply the solution at night and wash it off in the morning. Aluminum chloride may burn your armpits, but it will eliminate sweating. You should not use the solution more than three times a week. Do not use aluminum chloride when you’re exercising or when you will be in the sun for extended periods of time as it severely impedes your ability to sweat and may cause heat stroke.

      Step
      10
      Use secure wipe topical pads. Most topical pads require a prescription in the US, but there are several on-line pharmacies, such as Pharmacy.ca in Canada, that will ship to the US. A topical pad can be used on the underarms before your normal antiperspirant and/or deodorant and significantly calms underarm sweating.

      Step
      11
      Take an oral hyperhidrosis treatment. Oral treatments, much like secure wipes, also require a prescription but, again, can be ordered from international pharmacy sites and shipped to the US. Oral treatments are a great way to combat excessive underarm sweating, but can also significantly reduce all over body sweat.

      Step
      12
      See your doctor. Hyperhidrosis can be a serious problem and may have something to do with your nervous system. If you’ve changed your diet and exercise program and none of the above tips has helped, you should seek the advice of a medical professional. There are several surgical procedures that can have positive effects on your excessive sweating, but all involve risks and may not always work.

  2. How to stop sweating so much?
    I sweat a lot. Especially when I get nervous. It can be 20 degrees outside and I will be sweaty. I use Secret Clinical strength deodorant, but it doesn’t seem to work, are there any tips about how to get rid of sweat stains and/or stop sweating so much?
    Especially at school, when there’s nothing to do but blot with a paper towel.

    PS. I’m a girl in case that makes a difference.

    • Hyperhidrosis (over sweating) is something I had to deal with my whole life.
      Here are some of the things I do to reduce sweating :

      1. Drysol is aluminum chloride hexahydrate and when put to use in the underarms acts to block the sweat glands and plug the pores. It is a prescription medication and should only be used with a doctor’s guidance.

      2. Try wearing a simple, white, 100% cotton t-shirt beneath your normal shirts. This will be your first line of defense against sweat puddles forming on your outer shirt. Also, the white t-shirts are easy to bleach/oxy-clean the stains away.

      3. Remember that if it happens to be your feet that are sweating excessively, try taking an extra pair of shoes and socks with you in the morning. Change both about halfway through your day. While it won’t eliminate the sweating it will keep your feet dry.

      4. Make sure you shower regularly. This will help to minimize the impacts of over-sweating. By showering as necessary you can eliminate as much of the bacteria that causes body odor. If you do sweat while you’re clean you won’t smell as much as sweating when you’re dirty.

      a. Try anti-bacterial soaps to neutralize additional bacteria while you shower.

      5. Maintain less body hair. You may find with decreasing your body hair you can control body odors linked with over-sweating. Hair traps a lot of the bacteria and oils that cause odor when combined with perspiration.

      6. Drink plenty of water. It both dilutes the concentration of your bodily effluents and it cleanses the majority of the system.

      7. Check the weather forecast each day and put on clothing appropriately.

      8.Invest in a small fan to keep in your work area. You may sweat less because it is cooler and the air circulation will help perspiration to evaporate faster.

      9. Watch your weight. Heavier people have a harder time cooling themselves and may sweat more. Try getting to a healthy weight and your perspiration issues may solve themselves.

      For an article that describes the causes and treatments of excessive sweating check the link below:

      http://www.squidoo.com/stopsweatingmylife

      Cheers!

  3. What kinds of wounds can cause blood to come out of your mouth?
    The movies seem inconclusive about whether or not abdominal injuries, say from a bullet or knife wound, would cause blood to rise in your throat. Am I correct in assuming that if the stomach or esophagus is hit you’ll be choking up blood? And pretty much anywhere in your respiratory tract would do it, right?

    Also, realistically, how much blood are we talking about? I know it would depend on the wound, but what kinds of wounds and where would result in more or less, etc.?

    • The following works for sinus, cold, running nose, sore throat and strep throat, when the throat is hurting and lot of other conditions.

      The most visible thing about sinus is swelling. In case of cold, sore throat, strep throat also swelling is there but to some less extent then it is visible in sinus.

      Sinus, cold and sore throat usually happen in the following situations -

      - Change of season, drinking lot of water after exercises, when u get up in the morning, after swimming, after having first sex, kissing, first time smoking etc.

      The reason – The body has limited capacity to store water in places other hen cells and in blood systems. When we suddenly drink lot of water, that must be stored in the cells within a short period. If that does not happen the body tries to lose water through frequent urination, running nose, cough etc. This excess water is stored in layers of skin or muscles. This stored water outside cells reduces the cell metabolism drastically. That also causes the immune system to be done causing the bacteria growth. That does not need antibiotics. All it needs is reabsorption of that water in cells or blood system. That is possible only by reducing the water intake temporarily.

      During winters the cells of our body stores less water. This is evident from frequent loss of water from body throuhurination. Normally.

      Another thing that needs explanation is – why does sore throat happens in the morning often. The cellular metabolism is at 5 to 10% during sleep. So the excess water stored between layers of skin and muscles causes the metabolism to fall below the minimum threshold limit. That reduces the immune capacity of the body drastically.

      The same thing happens after swimming the body is heated up and cooled at the same time. It a person allows sweating after a swimming session and does not drink water or does not take a shower in cold water sore throat may not happen.

      After having first sex, kissing, first time smoking people tend to either overeat, drink lot of water and sleep immediately so sinus or sore throat happens.

      The easier way out is to allow body to sweat for 1 or 2 hour by increasing the body temperature but not drinking water or other fluids for may be 1 hour after that. But since cell metabolism is low during this period of cold and sinus, a person will seem to be excessively thirsty even after a short session of small exercise. Thru cell metabolism the water is transferred to blood system. If that happens at a rate slower then required rate the cells may overheat causing excessive thirst.

      The other easy way to control swelling is to give up water and all other liquids for 24 hours. In 24 hours there will be no significant dehydration to cause organ failure. But to be double sure one can stay indoors for 24 hours. This helps in lot of other ailments. One can do it when one is indoors. It improves the immune system. It ensures that body’s control systems work properly.

      In 24 hours the reduction in the fluids will be about 3 litres or about 5% of the total body weight of a normal adult.

      Never the swelling due to sinus or cold and cough is more than 5% of the body volume.

      During this period of 24 hours the lose of water from the body does not reduce even by 1% to offset reduced water intake.

      The reduction in loss of body water thru urine or sweating starts after 48 hours in most of people. But to be on safe side giving up water and liquids for 24 hours will do the trick.

      The reduced swelling will give immediate relief from pain. It will make is much more easier to eliminate the cough thru nose without any pain.

      That will also improve the blood acid levels by about 10%. This makes changes at the cell level as well. Blood acid levels are the first line of defense against the infections.

      So swelling gone, pain gone, cough moving out, infections taken care of. Now what remains in the body for the next change of season time. Obviously nothing.

      So it has already given u long term relief from sinus. But in some cases one may get sinus during next change of season and may have to do this again. The benefits of drinking lot of water is over hyped. So when winter starts to set in, people still force drink more water. Same thing happens when summer is setting in. As soon as summer comfort is there on increases the water intake drastically. But the cells of the body still does not need that excess supply of water.

  4. How do i get rid of excessive sweating?
    I am sweating alot under my armpits and im 14 years old. How do i stop the sweating?

    • Hyperhidrosis (over sweating) is pretty annoying.
      Here are some of the things I do to decrease
      my body sweating:

      1. Drysol is aluminum chloride hexahydrate and when applied to the underarms acts to block the sweat glands and plug the pores. It is a prescription medication and should only be used with a doctor’s guidance.

      2. Try wearing a plain, white, 100% cotton t-shirt underneath your normal shirts. This will be your first line of defense against sweat puddles shaping on your outer shirt. Also, the white t-shirts are easy to bleach/oxy-clean the stains out of.

      3. Recall that if it happens to be your feet that are sweating excessively, try taking one more pair of shoes and socks with you in the morning. Change both about halfway through your day. While it won’t remove the sweating it will keep your feet dry.

      4. Make sure you shower regularly. This will help to minimize effects of over-sweating. By showering as necessary you can eliminate as much of the bacteria that causes body odor. If you do sweat while you’re clean you won’t smell as much as sweating when you’re dirty.

      a. Try anti-bacterial soaps to kill additional bacteria while you shower.

      5. Maintain less body hair. You may find with decreasing your body hair you can control body odors connected with over-sweating. Hair traps a lot of the bacteria and oils that cause odor when combined with perspiration.

      6. Drink plenty of water. It both dilutes the concentration of your bodily effluents and it cleanses the majority of the system.

      7. Check the weather forecast each day and dress appropriately.

      8.Invest in a small fan to keep in your work area. You may sweat less because it is cooler and the air circulation will help perspiration to evaporate quicker.

      9. Watch your weight. Heavier people have a difficult time cooling themselves and may perspire more. Try getting to a healthy weight and your perspiration issues may solve themselves.

      For an article that describes the causes and treatments of excessive sweating view the link below:

      http://www.squidoo.com/stopsweatingmylife

      Hope it helped!

  5. How do I get my underarms to stop sweating so much?
    i put Certain Dri (solid) on at night and then i put on Secret Clinical strength sport on every morning and i still sweat like crazy! tomorrow id like to wear a cute long sleeved shirt to school but im afraid ill sweat too much! is there anything i can do before tomorrow to get them to not sweat tomorrow?? like anything i can buy tonight?

    thanks for everyone who answers! i really need help!

    • Here’s some stuff I use/do to stay dry and stop sweating:

      1. Drysol is aluminum chloride hexahydrate and when put to use in the underarms acts to block the sweat glands and plug the pores. It is a prescription medication and should only be used with a doctor’s guidance.

      2. Try wearing a ordinary, white, 100% cotton t-shirt underneath your normal shirts. This will be your first line of defense against sweat puddles forming on your outer shirt. Also, the white t-shirts are easy to bleach/oxy-clean the stains away.

      3. Recall that if it happens to be your feet that are sweating excessively, try taking an extra pair of shoes and socks with you in the morning. Change both about halfway through your day. While it won’t get rid of the sweating it will keep your feet dry.

      4. Make sure you shower regularly. This will help to minimize the impacts of over-sweating. By showering as necessary you can eliminate as much of the bacteria that causes body odor. If you do sweat while you’re clean you won’t smell as much as sweating when you’re dirty.

      a. Try anti-bacterial soaps to kill additional bacteria while you shower.

      5. Drink plenty of water. It both dilutes the concentration of your bodily effluents and it cleanses the majority of the system.

      6. Check the weather forecast each day and put on clothing appropriately.

      7.Invest in a small fan to keep in your working area. You may sweat less because it is cooler and the air circulation will help perspiration to evaporate quicker.

      8. Watch your weight. Heavier people have a difficult time cooling themselves and may perspire more. Try getting to a healthy weight and your perspiration issues may solve themselves.

      For an article that explains about the causes and treatments of excessive sweating view the link below:

      http://www.squidoo.com/stopsweatingmylife

      Cheers!

  6. How to prevent sweating/sweat stains in a dress?
    Homecomings coming up and we all knw the girls where dresses and we all knw that wen u dance u sweat. So can any1 tell me any dress colors that wont show sweat or anyway to prevent sweat from showing or from actually sweating? Or any anti-perspirent deoderant? (Ive tried lady speed stick and dove those dont work for me)

    • Hey there,
      The mentioned deodorants are ok. but if you have a serious
      sweating problem you might want to consider other things:

      1. Drysol is aluminum chloride hexahydrate and when put to use in the underarms works to block the sweat glands and plug the pores. It is a prescription medication and should only be used with a doctor’s guidance.

      2. Try wearing a plain, white, 100% cotton t-shirt beneath your normal shirts. This will be your first line of defense against sweat puddles shaping on your outer shirt. Also, the white t-shirts are easy to bleach/oxy-clean the stains away.

      3. Remember that if it happens to be your feet that are sweating excessively, try taking another pair of shoes and socks with you in the morning. Change both about halfway through your day. While it won’t eliminate the sweating it will keep your feet dry.

      4. Make sure you bathe regularly. This will help to minimize the impacts of over-sweating. By showering as needed you can eliminate as much of the bacteria that causes body odor. If you do sweat while you’re clean you won’t smell as much as sweating when you’re dirty.

      a. Try anti-bacterial soaps to neutralize additional bacteria while you shower.

      5. Drink plenty of water. It both dilutes the concentration of your bodily effluents and it cleanses the entire system.

      6. Check the weather forecast each day and dress appropriately.

      7.Invest in a small fan to keep in your working area. You may sweat less because it is cooler and the air circulation will help perspiration to evaporate much faster.

      8. Watch your weight. Heavier people have a harder time cooling themselves and may sweat more. Try getting to a healthy weight and your perspiration issues may solve themselves.

      For an article that gives some background for the causes and treatments of excessive sweating view the link below:

      http://www.squidoo.com/stopsweatingmylife

      Cheers!

  7. How do I stop sweating so much?
    I mean actual sweat from your body. I seem to do it all the time over even the littlest things. Even if I got just a bit overheated, I break into a crazy sweat. I live in California, and I have to go back and forth between two seperate buildings for school, so I can’t take any “Just sit in the air conditioning” answers. The heat is unavoidable. Help!?
    By the way, it’s mostly around my face and arms, from my wrist to my elbow.
    Also, I don’t seem to sweat very much under my arms. To be honest, my deoderent covers that just fine.

    • Hyperhidrosis (over sweating) is a trouble.
      here are some tips that help me reduce sweating:

      1. Drysol is aluminum chloride hexahydrate and when put to use in the underarms acts to block the sweat glands and plug the pores. It is a prescription medication and should only be utilized with a doctor’s guidance.

      2. Try wearing a ordinary, white, 100% cotton t-shirt under your normal shirts. This will be your first line of defense against sweat puddles shaping on your outer shirt. Also, the white t-shirts are easy to bleach/oxy-clean the stains out of.

      3. Remember that if it happens to be your feet that are sweating excessively, try taking one more pair of shoes and socks with you in the morning. Change both about halfway through your day. While it won’t remove the sweating it will keep your feet dry.

      4. Make sure you shower regularly. This will help to minimize the impacts of over-sweating. By showering as necessary you can eliminate as much of the bacteria that causes body odor. If you do sweat while you’re clean you won’t smell as much as sweating when you’re unclean.

      a. Try anti-bacterial soaps to neutralize additional bacteria while you shower.

      5. Maintain less body hair. You may find with reducing your body hair you can control body odors linked with over-sweating. Hair traps a lot of the bacteria and oils that cause odor when combined with perspiration.

      6. Drink plenty of water. It both dilutes the concentration of your bodily effluents and it cleanses the entire system.

      7. Check the weather forecast each day and dress appropriately.

      8.Invest in a small fan to keep in your working area. You may sweat less because it is cooler and the air circulation will help perspiration to evaporate faster.

      9. Watch your weight. Heavier people have a difficult time cooling themselves and may perspire more. Try getting to a healthy weight and your perspiration issues may solve themselves.

      For an article that gives some background for the causes and treatments of excessive sweating view the link below:

      http://www.squidoo.com/stopsweatingmylife

      Good luck!

  8. How to stop my underarms from sweating so much?
    I sweat all the time but its only in my underarms… I know that botox is an option but I really don’t want to have to get injections regularly and i dont want surgery.
    Are there any medical antiperspirants that I could use to stop my excessive sweating? It’s just really embarrassing and i always have to wear sweaters to cover up the stains that the sweat leaves. Please help! :)

    • You’re right. Botox and surgery are not the most sympathetic solutions for excessive sweating.

      Here are some great tips I use/do to stay dry :

      1. Drysol is aluminum chloride hexahydrate and when put to use in the underarms manages to block the sweat glands and plug the pores. It is a prescription medication and should only be utilized with a doctor’s guidance.

      2. Try wearing a ordinary, white, 100% cotton t-shirt beneath your normal shirts. This will be your first line of defense against sweat puddles forming on your outer shirt. Also, the white t-shirts are easy to bleach/oxy-clean the stains away.

      3. Recall that if it happens to be your feet that are sweating excessively, try taking another pair of shoes and socks with you in the morning. Change both about halfway through your day. While it won’t eliminate the sweating it will keep your feet dry.

      4. Make sure you shower regularly. This will help to minimize the impacts of over-sweating. By showering as needed you can eliminate as much of the bacteria that causes body odor. If you do sweat while you’re clean you won’t smell as much as sweating when you’re dirty.

      a. Try anti-bacterial soaps to kill additional bacteria while you shower.

      5. Maintain less body hair. You may find with reducing your body hair you can control body odors connected with over-sweating. Hair traps a lot of the bacteria and oils that cause odor when combined with sweating.

      6. Drink plenty of water. It both dilutes the concentration of your bodily effluents and it cleanses the majority of the system.

      7. Check the weather forecast each day and dress appropriately.

      8.Invest in a small fan to keep in your work area. You may sweat less because it is cooler and the air circulation will help perspiration to evaporate much faster.

      9. Watch your weight. Heavier people have a difficult time cooling themselves and may perspire more. Try getting to a healthy weight and your perspiration issues may solve themselves.

      For an article that gives some background for the causes and treatments of excessive sweating press on the link below:

      http://www.squidoo.com/stopsweatingmylife

      Good luck!

  9. excessive sweating problem , what are the causes and possible cures or treatments?
    excessive sweating when its not even particularly warm out , usually underarms and torso that sweat excessively.
    what are the possible causes for that ? also what can be used to treat this ?

    • In Ayurveda the cause is told to be excessive boil. The easy remedy is – Take 50 grams of alum. Make its powder. Take two grams of powder daily with warm water, at morning and evening for ten days. This may stop your sweating.

  10. If you have underarms that sweat just from standing around what are some ways to prevent it?
    Like if your hanging out with friends and you just start sweating under your underarms for no reason and you tried the best deodorants what do you do then?

    • Here’s how to prevent excessive sweating in your underarm area.

      # Watch your diet. People who are overweight tend to have more problems with sweating; however, even if you are a normal body weight, your diet may still be a problem. Natural, unprocessed foods such as fresh vegetables, fruits, dairy products and fish may help to keep your body cool. Always avoid spicy foods.

      # Hydrate. Drink plenty of water. It is recommended that you drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, but drinking more water will only help.

      # Drink hot green tea. Though the last thing you want to do when you’re hot and sweating is to drink a hot cup of tea, hot tea does the opposite of ice cold water.

      # Avoid drinking excessive amounts of alcohol.

      # Quit smoking and limit your caffeine. Besides the fact that it’s just common sense and healthy, it will also help to calm your excessive sweating problem

      # Dress accordingly. Wear light, comfortable and breathable fabrics. Loose-fitting and natural fabrics are the best way to keep your body comfortable.

      # Relax. Getting “worked up” increases your internal temperature, aggravating your sweat glands, which causes you to sweat.

      # Try a prescription antiperspirant. There are several antiperspirants that contain aluminum chloride, which blocks sweat glands. Apply the solution at night and wash it off in the morning. Aluminum chloride may burn your armpits, but it will eliminate sweating. You should not use the solution more than three times a week. Do not use aluminum chloride when you’re exercising or when you will be in the sun for extended periods of time as it severely impedes your ability to sweat and may cause heat stroke.

      # See your doctor. Hyperhidrosis can be a serious problem and may have something to do with your nervous system. If you’ve changed your diet and exercise program and none of the above tips has helped, you should seek the advice of a medical professional. There are several surgical procedures that can have positive effects on your excessive sweating, but all involve risks and may not always work.

  11. Is there a way to prevent excessive head sweat?
    So I sweat a lot from my head in the morning when I have to walk about one mile to school. It gets annoying because my hair is gets all nasty and is hard to get combed back the way I like it. I use Certain Dri antiperspirant for my armpits and it works really well. I was wondering if it would be safe to apply it to my head/scalp under my hair or would it do some weird stuff to my hair. I know its stupid, but thanks!

    • There are also conventional oral medications for controlling sweating, but again unpleasant side effects may occur and they should be used only for extreme cases. These work by drying bodily secretions, and tend to come with unwanted side-effects such as dry mouth, blurry vision, dizziness and cardiovascular concerns. As a last resort, there are surgical procedures to control perspiration, but they are usually reserved for cases resistant to all other form of treatment.

      Natural Remedies

      Many people are now turning to natural remedies as a first step towards treating excessive sweating caused by overactive sweat glands present all over the body, especially UNDERARM, FACE, HEAD, HANDS AND BACK. There are a number of natural ingredients that can help reduce sweating and treat some of the underlying causes.

      Homeopathic ingredients such as Lupulus, Castoreum and Argentum Nitricum help to address sweating, especially when related to nervousness, panic, anxiety, or obsessive thoughts & reduce excessive sweating and clamminess. They help to control fluid levels in the body, while also helping to control body odor which commonly accompanies excessive sweating.

      You may get more info here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/remedies/e/excessivesweatinghyperhidrosis.htm

  12. Excessive sweating connected to when I take a shower?
    I use prescription strength anti-perspirant. I’ve tried everything but within 2-3 hours my entire undershirt and outer-shirt is soaked underneath my arms. I’ve noticed though I sweat a lot of the mornings/mid-day, then the evenings/nights I don’t sweat at all.

    I shower of the mornings so would this cause me to sweat more? If I showered at night would I not sweat as much of the morning?

    • I wouldn’t think the shower would have much to do with it but may make you more aware of the sweating. Probably a body chemistry thing however, that may be related to what you have for breakfast. Possibly you have a reaction to certain foods or it may be related to your natural body cycles, activities, stresses of the day, etc.

      Best way to find out is to change routine or habits one at a time to test reactions.
      Start with the shower, then try eliminating various foods such as milk or grains. You may be developing allergies as often happens as people grow older.

  13. What are some natural ways to help with excessive sweating?
    Besides the obvious things like staying in a cool environment, etc… What are some natural ways to help excessive sweating?

    I don’t believe it’s “hyperhidrosis” because my sweating is generalized, but it seems to be worse on my face, hands, armpits, and chest.

    I literally am soaking wet after 5 minutes of being outside on a warm day, even if I’m not doing much. I also sweat a lot when I sleep. I use a fan at night and only sleep with a sheet (I’m just not comfortable unless something is covering me.

    • Hey there,
      I don’t beleive someone suffered from sweating more than I have,
      Here are some tips for you from a person who found out about all of this the hard way :

      1. Drysol is aluminum chloride hexahydrate and when applied to the underarms works to block the sweat glands and plug the pores. It is a prescription medication and should only be utilized with a doctor’s guidance.

      2. Try wearing a ordinary, white, 100% cotton t-shirt underneath your normal shirts. This will be your first line of defense against sweat puddles shaping on your outer shirt. Also, the white t-shirts are easy to bleach/oxy-clean the stains out of.

      3. Recall that if it happens to be your feet that are sweating excessively, try taking one more pair of shoes and socks with you in the morning. Change both about halfway through your day. While it won’t remove the sweating it will keep your feet dry.

      4. Make sure you shower regularly. This will help to minimize effects of over-sweating. By showering as necessary you can eliminate as much of the bacteria that causes body odor. If you do sweat while you’re clean you won’t smell as much as sweating when you’re unclean.

      a. Try anti-bacterial soaps to neutralize additional bacteria while you shower.

      5. Maintain less body hair. You may find with reducing your body hair you can control body odors associated with over-sweating. Hair traps a lot of the bacteria and oils that cause odor when combined with sweating.

      6. Drink plenty of water. It both dilutes the concentration of your bodily effluents and it cleanses the whole system.

      7. Check the weather forecast each day and dress appropriately.

      8.Invest in a small fan to keep in your work area. You may sweat less because it is cooler and the air circulation will help perspiration to evaporate quicker.

      9. Watch your weight. Heavier people have a difficult time cooling themselves and may perspire more. Try getting to a healthy weight and your perspiration issues may solve themselves.

      For an article that gives some background for the causes and treatments of excessive sweating press the link below:

      http://www.squidoo.com/stopsweatingmylife

      Take care!

  14. How to reduce the amount of sweat you produce?
    The question says it all, but more detail on what i’m doing now.
    1. I take 3 showers a day. At night, in the morning, and after wrestling practice
    2. I’m VERY fit, I run 2 miles a day and I do sweat alot when I run, but idc about that.
    3. I use certain dri.
    4. I use AXE deoderant, and I use natural Tea tree oil soap when I shower.

    I wear a sweatshirt/jacket almost all the time.

    • First of all, 2 showers max a day, if you feel the need to clean up, just use a washcloth to quickly wipe yourself down.

      3 showers means you flush away all your skin’s defenses 3 times a day, and that’s just too much, it will cause excessive sweating, because your body’s trying to restore a natural balance with the sweat.

      Secondly, how long does it take to run the 2 miles, basically you should work-out 30 + mins, to loose the stress hormones that can cause excessive sweat.

      Cut caffeine, sugar, and alcohol from your diet.

      And make sure your clothes don’t smother your arm-pits, if there’s no air flow, you get the bacterial sweat, that has the heavy-odor.
      So no skinny-fits.

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