How to Prevent Sweating
July 5, 2012
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 Amazon.com, 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
Katie, who was 32 years old at the time, emailed me asking how to prevent sweating from her underarms and feet. She had an excessive perspiration problem since her teenage years and she was considering drastic measures such as surgery.
Living in the heat of San Antonio, Texas, having hyperhidrosis made her life a nightmare. As a teacher she was constantly under the careful eye of her teenage students who could be ruthless in their teasing. She lived with her arms pinned to her side so that no one could see the sweat stains on her shirt or blouse.
Her quest to prevent sweating led her to try the strongest antiperspirants - everything she could find on the shelves and over the counter. Prescription antiperspirants worked for a few weeks, but then she was back to the same sweating level again. Axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating) was killing her spirit and breaking her will.
Not only did she have wet underarms, but the underarm smell was often very strong especially when she was anxious or nervous. She tried to cover it with perfume and even strong deodorants but nothing helped. All she wanted from me was advice on how to prevent sweating.
The first thing I did was recommend the treatment found in Stop Sweating and Start Living. Mike Ramsey's all-natural method for eliminating excessive underarm sweat has proven to work for 96 percent of those who try it. How appropriate that his web site is called PreventSweating.com. Mike discovered a unique and easy method for curing sweating problems and then outlined exactly how he did it in his book. It's a quick read and I recommend it it to all of my clients.
There are several other options to help prevent sweating which are also effective, but require sometimes uncomfortable lifestyle changes or painful procedures. Diet can often help reduce perspiration, but typically sweeping changes are necessary, not just small adjustments. ETS surgery should be a last resort and even then it must be thought through carefully. A large percentage of those that undergo surgery suffer from compensatory sweating after the procedure - they actually sweat more from different areas of their body.
Iontophoresis is a non-invasive method of propelling an electrical charge into the skin. I don't generally recommend this method as many find it too painful to continue using after purchasing an device.
My advice is to use natural remedies such as those found in "Stop Sweating and Start Living", dietary changes and lifestyle change as your first line of defense. If you do not find relief you should CAREFULLY consider and research other options.