In order to keep from getting nervous sweating, you have to control your stress level. One way of doing this is by relaxing and taking deep breaths before you go out in public. A study at the University of Louisville showed that people who took a “relaxation” technique before going into a mall had better social interactions with others.
5) Eat Well Before You Go Out in Public
Eating well prior to going out may decrease the amount of anxiety felt during an outing because it makes it easier for you to remain focused on other things while keeping your body on balance. It can also help prevent sudden changes in mood such as anger or irritability, which often lead to the onset of nervous sweating when experiencing rejection or defeat at work or elsewhere. If you do not eat well prior to leaving home, avoid eating something heavy such as fast food right before leaving home so that your stomach will not be too full and cause uncomfortable feelings while making small talk with others outside of work—times when social encounters are more likely than any other time throughout the day! Eating moderately sized meals earlier in the day and only having one big meal close to bedtime may help alleviate these feelings about being forced into conversation by someone else’s invitation (which creates high stress levels). Also, if there is no food left over from dinner after two hours then put all items away properly instead of putting them back into containers where they could get lost later! Your goal should always be healthy