Sweating is a natural process in which the body is taking care of eliminating toxins and compounds that have accumulated in the internal part of the body, in addition to refreshing us of course.

Now, when you sweat excessively, most people tend to feel uncomfortable because it is not a type of condition that is socially welcomed. In medical terms this situation is known as hyperhidrosis, it is usually associated with problems with the nervous system, the thyroid or with a low level of sugar in the blood.

Natural remedies to stop excessive sweating

These remedies are plant-based and totally natural, helping your body to stay dry, without the excess sweat that usually causes problems from aesthetic to physical.

Salvia

It is a very powerful source of vitamin B and magnesium, therefore it is an antiperspirant of natural origin with which we will obtain control over the accelerated functioning of the sweat glands .

To use it, you are going to prepare an infusion of sage with five tablespoons of the dried plant in two liters of hot water. Drink two to three cups a day.

Thyme, apple cider vinegar and rosemary

Another alternative to stop excessive sweating is for us to prepare a natural deodorant ourselves so that we can stop this condition without altering the body’s natural pH.

This particular deodorant acts directly on the glands that cause sweat, therefore it is very effective. You need:

Regarding the preparation, these are the steps:

  • Place a tablespoon of rosemary and a tablespoon of thyme in a cup of water.
  • Bring the water to a boil for about 15 minutes.
  • As soon as it is cold you are going to strain and mix with half a cup of vinegar.
  • Apply the liquid on the areas where you sweat the most with the help of a clean cotton ball or gauze.

 

Walnut leaves

It has antiseptic and astringent properties that regulate excess sweat and perspiration . If you have problems with your armpits, it is highly recommended.

You should only boil two tablespoons of walnut leaf in half a liter of water. At the end of the decoction you must strain it. Let it sit and dip a cloth to apply to the desired areas.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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