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Doing away with Underarm Body Odor
Many people probably remember first hearing every one of the jokes about 'b.o.' beginning
around junior high school. But sweating in excess, or hyperhidrosis, is not any laughing matter to
the many people that are suffering through it daily.
Hyperhidrosis is truly a fairly common problem experienced by as much as 4% with the U.S.
population. It's thought as 'sweating greater than will be expected in a given temperature and
environment.' Meaning, should you be dripping sweat still in the 65-degree room, maybe you
Thankfully that while there is no solution for this disorder it is extremely treatable. Oftentimes
natural treatments may be in the same way effective as expensive treatments.
Hyperhidrosis occurs because of a mix of factors. Genetics determine the power our sweat
glands but some lifestyle factors can exacerbate the condition. Hyperhidrosis might be
generalized affecting your whole body or localized, meaning that only certain areas of the body
are symptomatic. Commonly affected parts of the body include the hands, feet, underarms
(axillary) and head/face.
Although we tend to consider sweat to be offensive smelling, the truth is that the odor isn't sweat
itself but the response to bacteria reacting with perspiration.
People with a more substantial amount of sweat glands produce more sweat (which responds to
the bacteria) and consequently more 腋下狐臭治疗. Surprisingly enough overuse of deodorants
and soap actually helps make the problem worse by providing an ideal breeding ground for
Topical treatments for sweating in excess and the body odor do not address the bacterial issue or
the lifestyle factors including stress that can lead to the condition. The most typical medical
interventions include oral and topical medications that paralyze or otherwise not disable sweat
glands or surgical treatment.
One topical medication that's commonly given for this purpose is Botox. When injected into
sweat glands the glands are temporarily paralyzed. Most significant disadvantages from the
medical procedure for treatment solutions are the effects have become temporary. With cessation
of treatment it's possible to expect going back of symptoms.
A more effective method of dealing with sweating is to decrease the 'bad' bacteria that create
body odor. Natural options or supplements that serve to cleanse one's body overall will be the
least invasive treatment option and they are more likely to lead to long-term lowering of