A lot of people go through their everyday lives having to deal with excessive sweating. They have simply learned to accept it.
As if it was due to their genetic disposition, and only that, they think that nothing can be done. Maybe there is indeed some part of the problem that is caused by the genes, however it is by no means the final word.
The fact is that the vast majority of people can take steps that will make them sweat less.
One such step is knowing which foods and which beverages that will cause increased perspiration. Here is a list of foods and beverages that you should try to avoid:
Spicy Foods: This one makes intuitive sense, doesn’t it?. Spicy foods cause all kinds of sensations. They are like an attack on our senses. Just by eating them, we get red faces, watery eyes, and we start sweating. Many find them positively delicious, but if you suffer from excessive sweating, you really should try to cut down on them.
Coffee: Ok, this might be a sensitive topic. For some, the morning coffee is bordering on an obsession. Talking bad about it is simply not allowed. I’m afraid I will have to though, because the fact is that too much consumption of caffeine has some negative effects. Coffee will make you sweat. It is also bad for you if you suffer from other conditions, for example panic attacks. I advise to try to quit on it and I’m sure you will notice a huge difference.
Alcohol: Alcohol will drain your body of liquids. This is one of the reasons you get hangovers. And how does the body get rid of all the liquids? Well, either through your urine or through sweating. Like coffee, quiting, or drastically reducing, your alcohol consumption offers numerous additional benefits.
There are mores foods out there that affect your perspiration, but being aware of these three is a very good start. Try it out for yourself, maybe you will find that you are not forced to live with those wet patches under your arms!