Hey, summer is almost here and it’s about time we talk about keeping ourselves drier. In the summer months we perspire more. It’s worth noting that there is a big variation in how much people perspire. There are people that suffer from excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis, and at one extreme are people that hardly break a sweat; they just simply “glow”.
Hyperhidrosis they say often goes undiagnosed, but the indicator is underarm perspiration that soak the clothes, and that is even when one is indoors and at rest. Should you notice this with yourself, you must see a doctor. For people that have less severe perspiration problems, it can often be addressed by using over the counter fixes. This includes a deodorant that has antiperspirant ingredients such as aluminum zirconium. If one can afford the ultimate temporary solution, it has been known that Botox can be used to paralyze sweat glands. The effect would be dry palms and underarms for up to six months. See? Botox is not only for wrinkles now.