Most of us have felt the uncomfortable trickle of sweat down our backs or feel the back of our shirts clinging to our backs following a workout or during an exceptionally hot or humid day. This type of back sweat is considered normal, as your body tries to cool itself down. However, if you experience back sweat beyond what’s considered normal, you are probably wondering “why does my back sweat so much?” Keep reading for the potential causes and the ways to treat a sweaty back.
Everyone sweats. It’s a natural bodily function. However, if you find yourself dripping with sweat for no apparent reason, there’s a good chance you could have hyperhidrosis. Living with excessive sweating creates feelings of embarrassment and emotional pain, yet this disorder often goes untreated because people don’t realize they have a medical condition with conventional – and alternative – treatments available. Learn everything you need to know about hyperhidrosis.
Most of us incorporate products into our daily hygiene routine to keep ourselves smelling – and feeling – fresh. These products can be especially important for those who have a daily battle with persistent underarm odor. When a product stops working halfway through the day, it's time to re-evaluate the product you currently use. To help you find a reliable product that ensures freshness throughout your day, check out our top picks for the best deodorant for smelly armpits.
When people find sweat literally rolling off their skin without an obvious cause, they may have hyperhidrosis. This medical condition is caused by overactive nerves that send signals to the sweat glands, resulting in excessive sweating. We have collected 16 ways to help you reduce perspiration. This guide offers ideas on how to stop sweating naturally, with a number of home remedies for those who prefer a homeopathic approach.
If you suffer from hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, your life is driven by ways to treat, hide, or manage the symptoms associated with it. Apart from the obvious physical inconveniences, your condition may also produce feelings of embarrassment and social anxiety. After a while, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to stop the nonstop production of sweat you encounter daily. Your saving grace may be a treatment most commonly known for smoothing out wrinkles… Botox.
It’s 11:30 in the morning, and you already feel your sweat seep through your shirt… even though you applied antiperspirant right after your shower. Does this scenario sound familiar? If so, you may need to switch to a stronger antiperspirant specially designed to combat excessive sweat. Some people sweat a lot regardless of the temperature or their level of physical exertion. This is typically caused by a medical condition called hyperhidrosis. One of the easiest ways to treat hyperhidrosis without seeing a doctor is to use clinical strength antiperspirants, like the ones we've highlighted in this article.
It’s one thing to work up a sweat during a workout or DIY landscape project in the summer. You can simply shower or take off your shirt to cool down and stop sweating. However, when your back sweats all of the time for no apparent reason, it can become embarrassing, expensive and uncomfortable. If you are tired of always having a damp shirt or the eery feeling of sweat trickling down your back, keep reading. In this article, we explore how to stop back sweat and improve the quality of your life.
Be honest, when the social distancing requirements were announced did you get excited for the chance to work from home? Most people perceive remote work through rose-tinted glasses as an oasis for flexibility, free time and autonomy. Unfortunately, the reality may be quite different, and it doesn’t come without challenges, especially during a public health emergency. This guide is designed to help you harness your productivity with tips on establishing a realistic and effective work-from-home routine.
If you are struggling with hyperhidrosis, you may have tried everything to get your sweating under control. Your collection of over-the-counter antiperspirants fills up a whole shelf in your medicine cabinet. You stopped drinking coffee and eating spicy foods. You carry a handkerchief with you to mop up the visible sweat on your skin. Is it time to consider hyperhidrosis medication to curb your sweating? Read on to learn about medication options before consulting your doctor about a prescription for sweating.
Sweat, we all do it. In fact, we need to do it. Sweating is a necessary function of the body designed to help regulate your body temperature. However, when your body produces too much sweat, it can lead to soaked clothes and even social anxiety. When sweating is extreme, it becomes a condition called hyperhidrosis. If this speaks to you, don’t fret! Read on to learn how to stop sweating so much.
Working from home has suddenly become a new normal for many people worldwide. While some welcome the chance to work remotely, others scramble to feel a sense of normalcy. Your routine may feel too loose, especially if you don’t spend an hour commuting each way. This transition into a new normal may make the simplest decision overwhelming… like what to wear when you work from home. If you’re wondering how to build a work-from-home wardrobe, keep reading for simple tips to make this transition smoother.
A crisp white shirt is a beacon of professionalism and freshness. But after a particularly active day, your white shirt may have lost some of its luster… and even worse, it may have sweat stains developing on it. From past experience, you know that sweat stains can be difficult to get out. Before you spend money on professional laundering or toss out your soiled white shirt, consider treating the stains yourself with these eight treatments.
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