How do you get your hands to stop sweating? You can use a few simple methods, but they work best in combination. Focus on the following strategies. The more of these you master the less you’ll sweat.
1. Avoid Sweating in Hot Weather
Baking hot sun causes body temperature to rise and blood vessels to constrict, which triggers perspiration. When this happens, it’s hard for us to cool down fast enough before we start sweating again (forget about antiperspirants). That means that when the temperature rises above 85 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius), our ability to control our sweat output increases exponentially! So if possible, stay out of heat during sunny days or wear loose-fitting clothing so that air can circulate around your skin. Also keep hydrated by drinking water throughout the day – not only will it make you feel better but active bacteria in your mouth produce a chemical called catecholamines which help minimize anxiety and elevate mood by influencing levels of adrenaline and noradrenaline in the brain.[Source: Environmental Health Perspectives] Exercise at least three times per week instead of every day Your body is made up mostly from water; if there were no muscles then all bones would float away on their own weight alone [source: PeopleMatter]. In addition, exercising raises body temperatures slightly while also increasing heart rate [source: Environmental Research]. Just keep drinking fluids even though dehydration occurs naturally as well whenever outside temperatures climb above 70 F/