Tips to Control Sweating by Naturally


Ruler's of Penmai
Jul 5, 2011
As summer approaches and temperatures rise, the chances of turning into a big sweat puddle that can't stop sweating increases. It is almost a given that on those scorching summer afternoons, we are grateful for our perspiration that helps cool us down.

But what if the benefits of sweating are overcome by the negative consequences. What is your sweat is accompanied by foul body odor or turns your shirt into a wet towel? What can you do in that case?

You don't want to completely eliminate sweating. It is your body's method regulating body temperature. Without sweating, your body could overheat and run into serious medical problems. Sweating is a good thing.

But when it is freezing weather and you are perspiring like you just ran a marathon or if you splash people sweeping your arms up, then something needs to be done. Something isn't right when your sweat leaves salt crystals all over your body.

Also, sweat should have no smell or a slightly pleasant smell. If you can clear out a room with your body odor or when your dog won't get near you when you're sweating, then it's time to see your doctor. Excessive sweating may be a symptom of an infection, heart disease or overactive thyroid. These possible underlying medical conditions need to be addressed promptly by a medical professional.

After confirming you don't have an underlying medical condition, here are some ways to control sweating naturally:
  1. If possible, don't overexert yourself physically.
  2. Avoid being out in the sun in hot weather. Stay in cool shady areas and relax.
  3. Drink plenty of cold liquids to keep your body temperature down.
  4. Shower more often. Sweat itself shouldn't produce any odor, but it attracts bacteria that may cause body odor. Showering more often helps clean away this undesirable bacteria.
  5. Apply talcum powder to areas where you have excessive perspiration.
  6. Wear light colored clothing that doesn't trap heat like darker colored clothing will.
  7. Wear loose fitting clothes so that any heat has more avenues of escape.
  8. Wear clothes made of natural cotton or high-tech materials that will draw sweat away from your skin and bring it to outside air where it can be evaporated faster.
Sweating is usually a beneficial process that helps cool your body down when it gets too hot. It is impossible to stop sweating completely, but these tips may be some natural ways to help you with your problem. For more serious cases, there are other treatments to stop sweating that won't be discussed here.


Friends's of Penmai
Apr 30, 2012
hi hameetha sis,,,,
summer ku yetha useful tips than sis,,,,tks,,

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