Stop Excessive Underarm Sweating

October 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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So you’re looking to stop excessive underarm sweating…how can you do it?  Chances are you’ve tried a whole boat load of antiperspirants, tried covering it up with layers of clothing and all sorts of other common methods but nothing has seemed to do it for you.  Is there any hope?  Is there any way to make life a little bit more manageable???

The good news is there are plenty of other techniques you can try if you’re at a loss for ideas, here’s a few to get you moving in the right direction:

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Originally posted 2008-09-25 17:15:00. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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Stop Excessive Underarm Sweating – Fight Back With These 3 Tips!

March 31, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Want to stop excessive underarm sweating from dragging you down?  I feel you on that, nothing is worse than having to be embarrassed constantly about whether or not people are noticing your sweat stains or even the odor itself.  It’s really socially debilitating.  So what can be done to stop it, how can we go on living a normal sweat free life?  Here’s how:

1.    Bring Extra Clothes

One way to stop excessive underarm sweating from controlling your life is to make sure you have contingencies.  If you find your shirt is getting drenched in the middle of the day, ensure you have a spare one so you can head to the bathroom and make a quick change.  Just go into the big handicapped stall if you can, bring in your bag and make the switch.  It will take some time to get used to, but once you do, you’ll be feeling a lot better about going to work or school.

2.    Apple Cider Vinegar + Honey

This is a solution you can put together which will reduce your sweating.  Just mix up 2 tablespoons of the apple cider vinegar with honey and drink this 3 times a day.  The honey should make things more palatable, take this with every meal.

3.    Shave The Pits!

This is mostly for the guys, I hope!  But shaving your armpits will really help the situation as there will be less of a smell and it will be easier to clean that area.  The less bacteria that grows there due to you being able to clean it better, the less it will smell.

So if you want to stop excessive underarm sweating, keep these tips in mind, they’ll help you out some, although they admittedly will only help you manage your problem.  If you’re really looking for a permanent solution, you will need something more powerful.  There is one solution which can cure you in as little as 2 weeks if you put it to work for yourself.  It’s all natural too, you may want to have a look at that: click on this link to check it out.

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Originally posted 2009-05-15 14:14:17. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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