You can learn to control your own sweat gland. It’s not that hard once you know how.
Here are the practical methods for controlling sweating, which I’ve used myself and have taught others to use. They work every time!
Aerobic Exercise – Aerobic exercise makes it easier to keep your head cool because of increased blood flow through the body, improved circulation of oxygenated blood throughout the body, and reduced heat production by cells in tissues surrounding the skin (in other words, more “cool” cells). This is why aerobic exercise is so effective at lowering body temperature. The graph below illustrates these effects compared to non-aerobics:
Sweat Control 1 – Breathing Control When doing any aerobic activity that involves breathing or exerting physical effort (such as swimming), try exhaling during exhalation rather than inhaling during inhalation . Think about holding your breath while exercising until you’re ready to breathe again. This will greatly reduce perspiration on hot days and keep you cooler than normal when exercising outside in warm weather! For example: if a person normally breathes out before taking a deep breath into their lungs during swimming laps they should now take a full lungful of air before exhaling into their swim fins/buoyancy aid/pumpkinseed oil…etc…(a practice common among competitive swimmers) but don’t let go yet as they will still be able to pull some water back up from the bottom with each