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What are different home remedies for Sweating Disorder?

• Excessive sweating is also known as Hyperhidrosis.
• The amount of sweat is even more than what required for thermal regulation of the body.
In certain cases hyperhidrosis could be an indication of several diseases that include:
• Pheochromocytoma
• Diabetes mellitus
• Diabetes insipidus
• Thyrotoxicosis
• Several other disorders

Reasons for Sweating Disorder

• Feeling of nervousness
• Anxiety
• Anger
• Over activity of sweat glands
• Focal hyperhidrosis
Certain disease like:
• Hyperthyroidism
• Cancer
• Spinal chord injury
• Menopause

Causes of Sweating

• Genetics
• Menopause
• Acromegaly
• Hyperthyroidism
• Anxiety disorders
• Cardiovascular diseases

Home remedies for Sweating Disorder

Manage yourself
• One should use an antibacterial soap with good odor.
• Odor coming out of the body can be controlled and growth of bacteria should be stopped.
• Sweat producing areas should be washed with alcohol or vinegar.
• If you are going through the certain sort of medication, you should contact your doctor to tell him your condition.
• One should take a bath by adding a cup of tomato juice in the water.
• One should avoid junk food and other things.
• One should use fresh leafy vegetables and fruits in order to check the problem of excessive sweating.
• Excess use of alcohol and caffeine should be checked in order to get desired result.
• You must avoid spicy food, caffeine and alcohol.
• Drinking plenty of water and regular exercise also helps.
• One of the simplest home remedies for excessive sweating is to wear loose and light clothes.
• This will give enough space to your skin to breathe and will prevent friction.
• Avoid synthetic fabrics and wear linen or cotton clothes only.
• Apply cornstarch on the areas which sweats excessively on regular basis. Cornstarch will work as a natural deodorant and will prove to be quite effective.

Tomato juice and grapes
• Drink a cup of tomato juice every morning.
• It is rich in antioxidants.
• This regulates the activity of sweat glands.
• Along with tomato juice, grapes should also be consumed daily.
• They will help reduce excessive production of sweat and keep your body cool.

• Boil a tablespoon of tea leaves in water and let them simmer for some time.
• Strain the water after removing the tea leaves.
• Now soak your hands and feet in this water.
• The tannic acid present in tea will keep your body cool.
• Tea also has astringent properties.
• It will also help in reducing excess sweat production.

Sage leaves
• Boil some sage leaves in water in a large vessel.
• When the water cools down, soak your hands and feet in it.
• Drink some herbal brew made of sage leaves mixed with honey.

Diet recommended in sweating disorder

• It is always better to avoid hot and spicy food, alcohol and caffeine.
• Reduce consumption of garlic and onion, as these are hot and increase sweating.

Avoid foods such as:
• Broccoli
• Asparagus
• White onion
• Beef
• Liver
• Meat
All these foods are high in iodine and tend to aggravate the condition.

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