If you sweat excessively during the summer you should listen to the following tips. They will help you restore the confidence and to go out on the street and enjoy the sun. “If you sweat so much that it makes you feel uncomfortable and it affects your social life, then it is the right time to discuss how to solve the problem,” says dermatologist Jason Miller.

Restrict Caffeine

Maybe you prefer to start your day with a cup of coffee, but your sweat glands cannot say the same. Caffeine stimulates your nervous system, which activates the sweat glands, so we come to the conclusion that the more caffeine you drink, the more you sweat. The heat of the beverage can also warm your body enough to start sweating.


You don’t need to stop drinking coffee, just replace hot coffee with the cold one.

No spicy food

As well as coffee, spicy food activates neurotransmitters that cause sweating. Capsaicin, the chemical ingredient in hot peppers, can make you sweat for two reasons. The first reason – “the consumption of these chemicals can fool the body thinking it feels some kind of trauma, which increases stress and sweating,” says dermatologist Jessica Krant. Capsaicin also raises certain types of nerve endings that react only to a mild heat, therefore your body interprets this as too much heat and begins to sweat to cool off.

Don’t rely on deodorant

While the deodorant masks any unpleasant odor, antiperspirant is what actually prevents sweating. Antiperspirants contain aluminum salt, when connected to your sweat glands it reduces the amount of sweat that travels to your skin. Dr. Miller advises to use antiperspirant only twice a day, including once during the night. Apply it to dry skin and rub. This will prevent irritation and improve the effect.

Stay fresh below the belt

Your armpit is not the only part of the body that has sweating problem, so we encourage you to use more powerful antiperspirants against sweating in the groin. “Be careful and use common sense, stop immediately with antiperspirants if you get a rash, burning or any kind of irritation,” advises Dr. Krant.

Change your wardrobe

If you are spending a lot of time outside, use light materials like linen and cotton. Clothing absorbs the sweat, so gym clothing can also help you stay dry. If you have a problem with sweaty feet, do not go barefoot in closed shoes. Socks will absorb sweat before your feet begin to emit an unpleasant odor. Better option are cotton socks.

Consider alternative treatments

If you change your diet, dressing room and deodorant, and it still doesn’t help, consult a doctor. There are several medications and other treatments that can help in solving this problem. Injecting Botox is one of the variants that can successfully treat your problem of excessive sweating. However, it is not a permanent solution, since the results can last up to six months.

If you are not a fan of needles, consider medications such as glycopyrrolate, a drug that is taken orally, which blocks nerve impulses to your sweat glands. However, it is necessary to consult a doctor, and he will help you choose the best treatment.

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