Feeling like a Sweaty disaster? 5 Summer hacks

A pint of sweat saves a gallons of blood. However, the excess of sweat leads to soaked clothes, body odor and tons of embarrassment. Excessive body sweating is one of the reasons of low-esteem and confidence in a lot of men. To make matter worse, the heat of Summer and it’s consequences leads to germ attack and other related issues. Almost every men can relate to this problem. Not matter what product you use, there seems to be no solution.

Have you face the embarrassment of sweating buckets ever before? Do you hesitate in removing your coat and raising your arm due the sweaty armpits? Let us face the truth! There is no way you can get rid of the sweating. However, you can get rid of impression of being a sweaty disaster. Listed below are some Summer hacks can help you in the same. Check them out.

  • Avoid unhealthy food and beverage

    Even though, perspiration is a natural phenomenon, the eating and drinking habit of an individual contributes a lot to it. Junk food and food with extra spice adds to the sweating. The spice ultimately comes out of the sweat gland in the morning. It is proved that the caffeine is one of thing that adds to the problem the most. So, avoid drinking too much coffee. Moreover, excessive intake of alcohol have the same result. Being under the weather not only gives you hangover, but even adds to the embarrassment sweaty clothes and bad body odor. Thus, controlling your drinking habits as well as smoking is equally important. Smoking raises the heat of the body and leads to sweat secretion.

  • Use natural remedy

    The deodorants and antiperspirants are some of the quick-fixes, but cannot be trusted all the time. It always recommended to go with the homemade remedies. Once you have controlled your diet, you can go for ways to reduce the stress. The tensions and workload are some of the other factors that lead to this situation. Bathe well and take cold water shower twice in a day. Keep yourself hydrated. Some people do think that drinking too much water adds to sweating, but it’s not true. Keeping your body moisturized and hydrated is important. Along with this, drink tomato juice as it provides extra vitamins and reduces perspiration. Rub your armpit and other body organs that sweat more with cotton pads soaked in baking soda and lime juice.

  • Watch what you’re wearing

    The fabric and the color of the clothes can add to the troubles. So, check the material of the attire before ordering them. Cotton, polyester and other high end microfiber are some of the most recommended ones. Along with this, bright colors, especially black, absorb light and heat. This leads increases the body temperature. So, wear light and soothing shades. The crotch area is as sweaty as the armpits. So, make sure that you are selective in choosing the style of men’s underwear. The skimpy cuts like men’s thongs or even bikinis for men can keep you airy. Sweating is good for the body, but moisture retention leads to major skin issues. So, wear an underneath article that wicks away the moisture and keeps the private dry.

  • Remove the forest

    The body hair leads to moisture retention and bad odor ultimately. So, remove the extra hair from your body. Shave your armpits and the chest hairs. Along with this, make sure that you remove the hair of your scrotum. This is an important part of self-grooming, it may not cut down the sweating, but will surely reduce the aftereffects.

  • Hide the sweat

    This is a natural process of the body to regulate the body temperature. Hence, controlling or reducing it is a bit tricky. Thus, it is better to hide the sweat. Wearing shirts with patterns and prints is the best to do the same. Layering is another way to hide the same. Use layers to hide the sweaty pits. The layers can help make an everlasting impression effortlessly. Keep the quality of the various layer under check as well.

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