Sweating is unpleasant for everyone, although it is a normal part of the body's work. Sweating is a mechanism by which the body cools itself and removes toxins. However, excessive sweating is a problem that causes a number of inconveniences.
It can be caused by stress, physical activity, hormonal imbalance, heat. In these cases, deodorants and antiperspirants do not help. On the clothes, protruding stains form, and the body begins to emit a strong unpleasant odor.
Here are some effective ways you can deal with excessive sweating.
The bad smell that sweat gives off is caused by the bacteria that accumulate on the skin. To neutralize them, use antibacterial soap.
Soda is a good natural antiperspirant. Apply a little of it on damp skin and leave it on overnight. In the morning, rinse. You can also make homemade antiperspirant with baking soda.
2 tablespoons baking soda
1 teaspoon s alt
1 teaspoon sugar
1 liter of water
Mix all the ingredients and let them dissolve well in the water. Drink 1 glass of the mixture in the morning. This mixture will suppress the excessive secretion of sweat from the sweat glands.
Oak bark is considered an effective remedy against profuse sweating. Rinsing the armpits and areas where you sweat more with oak bark decoction suppresses sweat.
Mix 1 liter of water with 5 spoons of oak bark. Simmer for 30 minutes on low heat. Cool the liquid and dab a little on problem areas every morning. Wait for it to dry and put on your clothes.