I heard it is possible to inject silicone into the air (fireworks of Bazooka's Hands) Talc helps Here the question of how not to stink is more relevant, because you will still sweat Instead of a disinfectant, sometimes use an antiseptic (chlorhexidine and some others with aromas ) Dezik from a spray can + sweat = pzdts aroma Shave your pods, guys, this is not scruffy, but whoever says it’s scruffy will drown in their principles as they drown in a pool of sweat haha
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Maybe not quite exactly the question, BUT: Sweating and stinking are two different things. A very strong odor factor is what you eat. If a person consumes extremely spicy (smell any Mexican), smoked, heavily fried food and alcohol, then the smell is very strong. For comparison, try to "sit" on oatmeal for breakfast and boiled meat and vegetables, those who stink in the minibus in summer and people will be grateful to you. Also in our time, no one canceled deodorant, although some, apparently, it seems "from the evil one"
I, as a person with a shattered nervous system, constantly "get wet" Especially it concerns the hands. The only life hack that is easy to apply in everyday life (free!) Is to hold your hands under hot water. Then immediately under the ice. Delusional, but it saves. However, not for long.
As you rightly said, a very effective and cheap method is Teymurov's paste. For feet, formidron is suitable, wipe with a cotton swab 1-2 times a day. It also costs a penny and helps a lot.
For feet, baths from a decoction of oak bark are suitable. Use a course (like a month) To get a decoction, you need to pour five tablespoons of chopped bark with a liter of water and cook over low heat for thirty minutes. Then infuse the broth for another two hours. The duration of the bath is 20 minutes. I did it sometime in childhood, I remember that it helped for a while
Instead of Dry Dry, you can use Teymurov's Pasta. It costs about 50 rubles. at any pharmacy. Rubbed for 1-3 minutes into a clean body (feet, armpits, groin). It dries the skin, kills the odor (though it smells like cat urine itself, but after an hour it disappears). 1-3 days of use and you will sweat less. A bonus for a week or two may not be a mouse. Then repeat.
Andryusha, 13 years old, hyperhidrosis.
After showering, dry thoroughly and apply to problem areas.
After half an hour, wash off with cold water.
The drug kills bacteria that decompose the secretion of the sweat glands, which results in the smell of sweat. Forget sweating for a week.
Use no more than 1 time in 2 weeks, as it is slightly toxic.
It seems to me that there are two types of people - who sweat and do not care at all, and others who care that they are wet, that people look at them, that "how can it be, sweat when the rest are dry" and this causes a vicious cycle in which sweating only increases. Therefore, the first type of people has nothing to do, they understand the natural nature of sweat, and are always calm, when even sweat flies from the head like a hail - well, you can really use Odaban, it helps a lot. You can check your health, but that's for later. For second people (because I myself am), you need to fight not so much with sweat, as with your own insecurity, so that even when your head is flowing in winter, everything around is dry and smelly, you could run a drop from your nose on someone's face not steamed. Sweat is cool, it's natural, and if it gets in the way, then answer "why?" What bad happens if you sweat a lot? I am based on my experience , so separate the sweat and the anxiety about sweating, and if the second is not, then go through the medication methods of help. If not, resolve the issue with anxiety.
The reasons for excessive sweating can vary. It can be genetic predisposition and diseases, etc. etc. Therefore, there can be no universal answer. It all depends on the specific person (organism).
General recommendations: no excess weight, sports, good antiperspirant (not deodorant in any case), contrast shower, drink isotonic. If during the day it is not possible to take a shower, then you can cool down relatively quickly and more or less effectively by placing your wrists under ice-cold water for a few minutes (depending on the body and how much you sweat). So you can cool the blood (the veins are not located deep here), respectively, when the body realizes that the blood temperature is dropping, it will stop secreting more sweat. You must understand that the water should be cold and it should be a few minutes, not seconds. The use of isotonic drugs should also be reasonable, in the presence of certain diseases or excess salts in the body - this is not your option.
You can read about the reasons, for example, here http://blog.litus.com.ua/dermatology/potlivost-prichiny-povyshennoj-potlivosti.html
Please note that in certain cases you will need a doctor.
P.S. Synthetics are modern and can often be preferable to natural fabrics. Of course, this does not apply to any synthetics, but expensive quality clothing with membranes allows the body to "breathe" and wicks moisture away.
Upload botox to problematic, most sweating places. Seriously. Injecting botulinum toxin type A locally is the most effective way. Very expensive. But you will forget about the problem for six months or a year)
Choose an effective antiperspirant. Now many doctors advise the British Odaban. Maybe due to the fall of the pound from Braxit it will become a little cheaper) Expensive. Effectively. There are many positive reviews on the Internet. Probably the best method.
Smear problem areas with some types of gels. For example Formagel. It is also not cheap, but the most effective is the most budgetary method. However, it is not recommended for all areas of the body - armpits, palms, soles, but not the face or neck.
Accept. There are no budget-friendly ways to completely stop excessive sweating. Carry a scarf / napkins with you. I personally like the Adidas Climachill line to choose the clothes that will be most comfortable (it is possible to combine individual T-shirts of this line even with office clothes, if desired). About natural clothes, IMHO, nonsense, if you sweat a lot, you will be most comfortable in full synthetics. Now the European Football Championship is underway, go to a sports store, see what a real uniform for players is made of. No, not 100% cotton, but 100% modern synthetics (polyester interlock)