7 TIPS TO CONTROL YOUR SWEAT THIS SUMMER

Summer is about to come, and so its displeasing friends odour and sweat. Many people suffer from this sweating problem in summers. Sweating and summer naturally go hand-in-hand, but maintaining personal hygiene, cutting down some food, and applying a good deodorant can help you to tackle body sweat and odour. Sweat formation can’t be helped, but these tips with the most obvious and effective power can control excessive sweating.

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1. Cut Down Your Coffee Intake: According to dermatologist Kelley Redbord, the caffeine present in every cup of your coffee activates neurotransmitters, called acetylcholine, in your body which is located in your brain. Every time these neurotransmitters are stimulated, it affects the glands that cause sweating. So this summer, just cut down the intake of coffee and focus more on juices.


2. Wear loose & natural fabrics:
 Loose clothing enables perspiration to fade naturally and does not allow sweat to adhere to your underarms.


3. Apply antiperspirant daily: Application of antiperspirant to underarms daily has been shown to be more useful in controlling excessive sweat and bad odour. Also, to reduce the chance of skin irritation, always dry your skin properly before applying the product.


4. Avoid Spicy Foods: Aall that heat we bring into our mouth could amp up our sweating to the extreme. As reported by Business Insider, the chemical compound capsaicin present in spicy food generates more sweating to cool itself. So, if you want to sweat as minimum as possible, you should most likely stick to the milder options.

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5. Avoid mid-day workouts: If you are a fitness freak or exercise daily, try to plan an early morning or late evening workout, as the sun is at its peak during day time.


6. Stay hydrated: The key to keeping the internal air conditioning system of the body working properly is drinking more and more fluids.


7. Relax Your Mind and Body: Calming down your mind and body can do wonders for a sweat-free living.“Anything you can do to decrease your anxiety—such as deep breathing or other relaxation techniques—will decrease the potential stimulation of neurotransmitters that can then stimulate your sweat glands,” says Redbord.