Minister's of Penmai
Penman of Penmai
- Jun 13, 2013
TIPS TO REDUCE FACIAL SWEATING
Facial sweating, also known as facial hyperhidrosis, is a medical condition resulting in intense sweating on the face, including above the lips, forehead, neck, scalp and nose. In many cases, persistent dripping from the face is recorded even though that person is not involved in heavy physical activity.
For women who wear makeup regularly, facial sweating can be an annoyance. Although there is no assured cures for this problem, there are several techniques that you can follow to minimize and control the watery mess on your face:
• Avoid the consumption of spicy food as much as possible.
• Drink less coffee, as caffeine stimulates the nervous system and activates sweat glands, and cut down on smoking because nicotine causes your body to release acetylcholine, which stimulates the sweat. Instead, drink more water, which helps to flush out your system and remove toxins.
• Avoid using heavy oil based creams and lotions on face as such products will aggravate your condition. Opt for water based skin care so that your pores are not chocked up by them.
• Adhere to a vegetarian diet rich in fiber, along with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables to deal with the problem of excessive sweating.
• Mix two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar with two teaspoons of raw organic honey. Drink it on an empty stomach, three times daily, before each meal.
• Drink one glass of turnip juice and one cup of sage tea in the morning.
• People vouch for the effect of having a cup of green tea every day to get rid of excessive sweat and even call it a ‘miracle cure’.
• The water extract from wheat grass is an effective home remedy for reducing excessive sweating. One glass a day helps to neutralize acids and dilute toxins and is also a good source of protein, vitamin C and Vitamin B-12.