View Full Version : How to dispose of sweating - some tips

07-14-2009, 01:03 PM
First of all, Deodorant and Anti-perspirant products will help you.
Another good prevention is cleansing with antiseptic soap in combination with antibacterial creams.
Avoid spicy foods and foods rich in garlic, onion and pepper.
Drink more liquids - it will lessen you body temperature. If your urine is dark color - you need to drink more water.
Maybe you know more? Share with us.

07-15-2009, 01:30 PM
actually sweating is necessary to get bacteria out of our bodies, but you do have to drink a lot of liquids. doesn't have to be cold just wet. try to stay away from sodas. most colas have caffeine in them and it is hard on your kidneys. paul g has good answers. also you could try corn starch, for overall sweating. some powders have anti bacterial agents in them. they are good also. if you get overheated sit down and relax. keep your head covered if you are working in the sun to prevent heat stroke.

Melan O. Tan
02-12-2010, 09:22 AM
Sweat is like urine in composition. Both contains urea, salt and water. And sweat should be extracted from body. It's our bodies function to excete sweat. But sometimes we need to regulate our sweating, it's abnormal if we do excessively.
Do not move unnecessarily, movements will cause sweating. Obviously, do not go to place where temperatures are higher.

Rene Greenwald
02-18-2010, 04:44 AM
If it's underarm sweating, and it's uncontrollable with regular anti-prespirents you can try Drysol. My husband had great success with it - check this out: [ Link Under Review ]

05-12-2010, 03:01 PM
I found your suggestion helpful. I stopped having sodas and i have noticed that i dont sweat like before.

07-09-2010, 12:43 PM
sweat ys i do... even in low temp
water I drink lot of water
spices i eat lot of them
garlic onion pepper yes i consume them on daily basis..

sodas .. tea coffee ... let me add these two also.. its my observation with tea and coffee no scientific reason behind it...

i will follow these suggestions

04-19-2013, 11:36 AM
Try to avoid hot things and use more dairy products. Drink lots of water and use body deodorant.