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Sweaty Hands

by James Chambers on May 19, 2009

in Remedies

Through the years I’ve been approached by many who have problems with sweaty hands. Like other forms of hyperhidrosis, sweaty hands can be a major life disruptor.

But in reality, there have been very few ways to alleviate this condition. If you are reading this article, you or someone you know probably suffers from a condition called palmar hyperhidrosis. It is a condition that causes excessive hand sweating and until recently, I haven’t been comfortable recommending very many things for this problem.

If you suffer from sweaty hands, consider an all-natural product called Sweat-Less.  As you know, I’m a big believer in using natural remedies, and Sweat-Less is just that. From the feedback I’ve gotten to date, it is particularly effective in reducing hand sweat and I’m recommending it now as the first line of defense for hand sweating.

If your sweaty hands make your skin feel clammy or cold, and sweat excessively, you may be the perfect candidate for using Sweat-Less. Two of the ingredients include Lupulus, which addresses perspiration that is clammy or greasy and Castoreum which helps when your sweat feels cold.

As always I’m interested in your feedback on anything that you’ve found to be effective.

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