Overcoming Excessive Sweating In The Armpit?
Hello … I have sweat on the armpits is there a cure that I have to take in order to be able to cure it … Because I am already very uncomfortable thanks …
Hello Sari, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Sweating is a natural thing to happen to someone because sweating is a normal mechanism of the body, especially to help remove waste substances from the body contained in sweat fluid and also regulate body temperature so that it is always at optimal temperature for the organs of the body to work. This condition naturally occurs when the body temperature rises (fever) or when the ambient temperature rises and causes the body temperature to rise.
Sweat itself is produced through sweat glands in the skin throughout the body, but there are certain body parts that have more sweat glands than other body parts such as the palms, soles, forehead, cheeks and also the armpits.
Although sweating is a normal thing to happen, but if you sweat excessively or not because of an increase in temperature, then the complaint can be a symptom of other conditions such as excess thyroid hormone, side effects of certain drugs, or TB infection.
In the meantime, you can try to do the following things to reduce your complaints such as:
Avoid hot weather places
Wear clothes that are thin and comfortable when you are hot or having a fever
Avoid using tight clothes
Use deodorant / powder on sweaty areas
Take a shower immediately when you are sweating and already feel uncomfortable if possible
Wipe the area of sweat with a dry, clean cloth / towel
Avoid consumption of foods / drinks that trigger sweating such as spicy foods, caffeinated drinks, foods that are high in fat, or foods that are high in salt
It is not recommended to take any medicine without a clear recommendation from your doctor
If complaints continue to occur and excessive, consult the complaint further with your doctor for further evaluation and therapy according to your condition.
I hope this helps.