Added/Modified on January 4, 2017
Natural Cures For Hyperhidrosis An individual sweats excessively and unpredictably as a result of hyperhidrosis. It is essential to note that people suffering from this problem may sweat even when the temperature is cool. Excessive sweating can result in discomfort. There is no specific cause of this problem.
When this problem affects hands, feet, and armpits, it is known as primary or focal hyperhidrosis. Various natural remedies may be used to get relief.
Schisandra is a woody vine. It is commonly found throughout northeast China and parts of Russia and Korea. Schisandra provides quick relief from the problem of spontaneous sweating. It can also be used as a calming sedative.
Sage has astringent properties which may help in reducing excessive sweating. Application of sage tea on the skin may provide the desired results. Sage tea may not be consumed orally. Dried sage powder can be placed in the shoes to deal with the problem of sweaty feet. Another option is to mix dried sage with egg dishes, soups and pastas.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil can help in keeping the skin dry because of its astringent properties. A thin layer of tea tree oil can be directly applied on the affected areas of the body. This natural remedy can also help in curing the fungal infection that may be caused by hyperhidrosis.
Burdock can be used in tincture form. It is advisable to consume this tincture (1 teaspoon) 3 times on a daily basis. Burdock helps in controlling the problem by diverting excess sweat from the body to the lymph nodes, bowels and kidneys. Therefore, it can help in decreasing the sweat produced by the sweat glands.
A tonic containing vinegar (2 teaspoons) and honey (2 teaspoons) can be taken. It is advisable to drink this tonic atleast 3 times on a daily basis. Further, the tonic should be consumed 30 minutes before or after the meal for a period of 7 days.
Apple cider or white vinegar can be directly applied to the armpits with the use of a cotton swab. This application helps in saturating sweat pores and keeping them dry and free from sweat.
It is interesting to note that eating foods rich in zinc can also help in reducing hyperhidrosis. Intake of food items such as turkey, whole grains and nuts can prevent the production of sweat. Zinc can also help in reducing body odour. However, items such as fish and garlic should be completely avoided. It is important to note that garlic stimulates the production of sweat by warming up the body.
Tomato or grape juice can be consumed to maintain body’s temperature. Intake of these juices may prevent the body from overheating and thereby help in reducing the problem of hyperhidrosis. To obtain quick results, it is important to drink a full glass of either juice on a daily basis.
Another effective natural remedy is buttermilk. Drinking cold buttermilk multiple times on a daily basis can help in cooling the body and controlling the sweat.
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