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Nervous Sweat - How to Control

Book Review
July 5, 2012
Stop Sweating and Start Living - Mike Ramsey

I have absolutely no hesitation in saying "Stop Sweating and Start Living" will soon put antiperspirant companies out of business.

I was reluctant at first to endorse any product but this book was different. The remedies it suggests are all-natural and target the root causes of problem sweating.

My only complaint is that it is only available as an instant access ebook. It can't be purchased in bookstores or on, but I'm sure the instant download feature is popular with people overseas and those who are ready to get started.

I strongly recommend "Stop Sweating and Start Living" to anyone who sweats excessively in the underarm, hand, foot, face or back areas.

- James Chambers

Frustration could be the best word to describe the way you feel when nervous sweat takes over your life. You can have anxiety about a lot of things. A LOT of things. While for some the thought of public speaking or planning a trip or socializing or getting on an airplane or going to work or sitting in a business meeting or just leaving the house can trigger perspiration others get nervous sweat from just worrying about the fact that they could soak through their clothes on a moments notice. And then when the sweating begins the snowball effect typically occurs. The thought of someone seeing your perspiration makes you more anxious compounding the problem further.

Many who have this issue will begin excessively sweating when they:

  • Eat or drink in front of other people
  • Are at the center of attention
  • Have to use public restrooms or toilets
  • Talk on telephones
  • Write or work in front of other people
  • Interact with others, including going on dates or parties

And sometimes those who suffer from nervous sweat may also experience a racing heart or feel week or faint or dizzy or a tingling in the hands or chest pains or difficulty breathing.

Unfortunately there is no magic bullet for controlling nervous sweat. For some the remedy is a simple as using an antiperspirant for near term relief (I don't recommend antiperspirants) others may struggle with finding a solution for a lifetime.

I always recommend starting with natural remedies and solutions. These often get the problem under control. Your nervous sweating could be initiated due to an imbalance caused by poor diet choices, products you've used or use on your body, medication you take, hygiene issues, or a host of other items.

Medication could also play a role in excessive nervous sweat. Check the possible symptoms for ANY drug or medication you take whether it is an over the counter or prescription medicine.

Finally, consider therapy to deal with the root causes of anxiety, nervousness or social phobia in your life. You may have had a traumatic experience that is at the core of your nervous sweat problem. Over time, therapy can help you deal with the situation and let you begin living a normal life.

The first thing you need to do though is take a step towards change. If you keep doing things the same way as you always have, it is doubtful that your perspiration will reduce, and likely that it will get worse. The best way to get started is to act. Review the natural options, think through your problem carefully - what triggers the nervous sweat, when does it happen, how often, and why? Keep a daily journal that details this. It's likely you'll find a pattern that answers your question.

I'm confident that once you start taking steps, even small ones, you'll soon end your nervous sweat problem and begin to enjoy life.