Natural cures for EXCESSIVE SWEATING Hyperhidrosis

Hi guys! Welcome to Homeremedies1976! My name is Stan and today we have a countdown with six of the best natural cures for excessive sweating or Hyperhydrosis.
We’ll start at number six and end with number one.
We start out at number six which is practicing yoga.
While you might associate yoga with sweating, particularly power yoga moves, yoga is actually one of the best natural ways to control excessive sweating.
Yoga helps to harmonize your body and correct any imbalances.
Regular yoga practice is great at inducing an inner calm and emotional stability, which means if you’re excessive sweating is connected to stress or anxiety the practice could help immensely in reducing those occasions when you feel stressed.
It will also help to reduce the severity of your anxiety when those inevitable stressful situations arise.
Yoga is also quite effective for stimulating the digestive system, which is helpful for those that have hyperhidrosis associated with weight problems, a poor diet or food intolerance.
There are also certain positions that can encourage the body to flush out toxins, which is beneficial for excessive sweating, a symptom of toxic overload.
On number five we got Schisandra.
Known for supporting adrenal function, lowering inflammation and improving liver function.
Schisandra helps to stop excessive perspiration and night sweats.
Researchers state that Schisandra may be an effective candidate for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, spontaneous sweating, night sweating and other conditions, as a result of several studies.
Today Schisandra is available a sa dried fruit extract, tincture, teas and pills.
Start by taking the recommended dose of the product you select and increase slowly until you experience an improvement in your symptoms.
Do not consume more than three grams of this powerful medicinal berry daily.
On number four we got apple cider vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar offers astringent properties that can help control sweating, and when taken internally it also helps to balance pH levels in the body.
It even works as an antiperspirant, forming a coat on the skin to ensure the poors stay closed.
To use it for sweaty underarms, thoroughly wash the affected area and then dab a cotton ball into some apple cider vinegar, rub the cotton ball onto the area and leave it on overnight.
In the morning rinse it off in the shower.
It is also a good idea to take it internally by adding two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and a teaspoon of raw honey to a glass of water.
Drink the mixture once each day ideally on an empty stomach,to further combat excess sweating.
If your feet are especially sweaty you can make an apple cider vinegar foot soak by pouring a half cup of pure organic apple cider vinegar and four cups of water into a tub.
Stir it well and then soak your feet in it for about 20 minutes.
It’s most effective if you do this every day.
On number three we got Sage.
Sage has proven to be an outstanding remedy for curing excessive sweating taking in either tea or pill form as it offers multiple qualities that make it a very effective antiperspirant remedy.
Sage is an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal that helps restrict the growth of bacteria that can lead to excessive sweating.
And sage leaves also contain tannic acid which means it helps to constrict sweat glands and reduce perspiration.
There are a few ways you can use sage to address your problem.
Boil a tablespoon of dried sage leaves in 1 to 2 cups of water, allow it to cool to room temperature and then use the liquid to thoroughly clean the soles of your feet, the palms of your hands, your underarms and any other areas that tend to be excessively sweaty.
Repeat two more times each day for for the best results.
You can also brew a tea and sip it each night before bedtime.
Witch hazel is on number 2.
Obtained from the leaves and bark of the hazel shrub, native to North America, witch hazel contains many beneficial compounds.
Witch hazel makes a very potent sweat fighter, by shrinking the skin pores with its strong astringent properties.
It’s especially useful for facial sweating which may be one of the reasons it’s a common ingredient in aftershaves.
If you suffer from excessive facial sweating, use it by soaking a cotton ball in witch hazel and applying a thin layer onto your face.
Be careful not to apply too much however as it can dry out your skin.
Use a similar method for other sweat prone areas like feet and underarms, by soaking a larger cotton pad or washcloth with some naturally preserved witch hazel,wringing out any excess and applying it to the affected area.
You can leave it without rinsing or allow it to be on the area for about 30 minutes and then rinse.
Here we are folks, number one for today is avoid all chemically processed foods.
Nearly every health condition is affected by a poor diet.
If your diet is based on processed foods, all of those chemical toxins and compounds manufacturers put in foods to make them taste better or preserve them are going to trigger more sweating.
If you’re overweight it compounds to that problem.
That includes all of those frozen packaged, pre-made, ready-to-eat, deep-fried and fast foods should be avoided.
Instead focus on all natural unprocessed foods that come from the earth.
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