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Hyperhidrosis is the mechanism of cooling the body of which sometimes it overreacts, and you can be sweating for about four to five times normal.

We all know that when sweating is extreme it becomes annoying, stressful and makes you angry not knowing what to do next.

Sweating disrupts someone’s self-esteem, making you feel you are not worth to mingle with others and even thinking to yourself that your body might be giving an odor not welcoming to the person next to you.

When sweating is extreme you need to seek medical attention or prescribed natural remedies by a physician.

Hyperhidrosis Natural Treatment Options

Hyperhidrosis natural treatment may include herbal supplementary such as valerian roots, sage tea, sage tables or chamomile, and some relaxation techniques can be used as some of the suggested and potential treatment.

Most importantly as much as you would like to use hyperhidrosis natural treatment its also advisable to go for proven treatment such as the Botox injection, iontophoresis, and antiperspirants.

 

1. Apple Cider Vinegar

Has a variety of health benefits. It helps to flush out toxins in our bodies, regulate the blood sugar, the relief of heartburn and aids in weight loss.

Therefore, drinking the apple cider vinegar concoction or by applying it overnight directly to the skin where you frequently sweat excessively, and it also helps to remove bacteria and close up the pores.

Drink a mixture of 2 teaspoons of vinegar and 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar each time before breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

 

2. Tomato Juices

Do an incredible amount of work by shrinking your pores and can as well as reduce the chronic sweatings. Simply, drink a glass of tomato juice to help you control the excessive sweating.

Sometimes, tomatoes might not be your thing so you can try to apply tomato juice on the underarms (or wherever you sweat the most) please sit for at least 10 minutes before rinsing it.

 

3. Black Tea

Drinking black tea contain magnesium and vitamin B, therefore it constricts your gland and makes you calm. Besides, after brewing black tea, let it cool and rub the tea on your underarm for a few minutes.

 

4. Baking Soda

It counteracts as bacteria-loving acids in sweat and effectively works as a natural deodorant. Always make sure your underarms are dry before applying the hefty mixture directly to the sweaty area each night and rinse it with water after 30 minutes.

Forewarning – leaving the concoction for too long will lead to some side effects, this might irritate your skin and turn it red.

 

5. Wheatgrass Juice

Used as a natural detoxifier and rich in vitamin A, C, B12, B6, and folic acid. By drinking just a tablespoon of wheatgrass this neutralizes and dilutes toxin in the blood and helps fight sweat and reduces odor from sweat.

 

6. Potassium-Rich Foods

Consuming lots of sodium food this helps the body retain more water. Foods like broccoli and potatoes reverse this process to help the body push water out of the body.

 

7. Tea Tree Oil

Act as astringents to fight sweat causing-bacteria. Take a piece of a cotton ball and soak in a tea tree oil and place it on your underarms daily. The effect will start showing in a few days because the acids found in lemon naturally reduces excessive sweating.

Use half of the lemon and blot on your underarm, slowly squeezing it to extract some liquid. Additionally, you can add baking soda to the extracted lemon liquid and use a piece of a cotton pad, again blot on your underarm and wait for about 30 minutes before rinsing it thoroughly.

 

Conclusion

I hope you find the shared natural home remedies of how to treat hyperhidrosis useful and make it happen at the comfort of your home. Finally, if you end up with good results, please let us know! Our interest is knowing about anything that can make it easy to live with hyperhidrosis.