A slight physical effort, it is hot, a strong emotion (stress, anxiety) or even a few times without reason and it is already too late: the hands become moist, drops of perspiration appear on the face, under the armpits, in the back and anguish To continue sweating maintains this perspiration. Excessive sweating? If sweating is a normal phenomenon and indispensable to the functioning of the organism, some people are suffering from hyperthyroidism (the other name for excessive perspiration). What for? How? Can we treat and prevent? Yes, good news, solutions exist!
So here is How to prevent Excessive sweating:
-Choosing a suitable diet: avoid alcohol, tobacco, caffeine-containing foods (coffee, tea, chocolate, or caffeine-based soda) and spicy food, as they stimulate the production of sweat.
-The toilet: Make a toilet of areas prone to hyper-perspiration with mild soap 1 to 2 times a day and drying well to avoid maceration which could promote the appearance of fungal.
-Wearing appropriate clothing: focus on loose clothing of natural materials (cotton, flax, wool) and no synthetic material. For example, cotton socks to change twice a day if needed, and shoes in leather or canvas rather than plastic.
-The use of adhesive pads under the armpits: they are placed directly on the skin and protect the garments from premature wear.
-Odor absorbent can be used as a complement for comfort in socks and shoes and reduce odors due to bacterial colonization.
-Total removing hair can also reduces the adhesion of sweat to hair.
-Learn to control situations sources of stress: relaxation techniques for example.
-The use of a deodorant or an antiperspirant.
If hyperthyroidism is sudden and unexplained, whether it is accompanied by weight loss, fever, chest pain, shortness of breath, acceleration of the heart rate, or if it occurs essentially at night or touches only one side of the Body, then it is advisable to consult a doctor without delay.