The secret is to build a sweat-proof skin. Are you ready for the rundown? First, let’s go over how your body produces sweat: Heat causes blood vessels in the skin to dilate and produce more warm blood. That warmer blood then flows into sweat glands, which secrete a salty fluid that evaporates from the body. Next, watch this video on what happens when someone sweats!
But here’s where you can start making changes to improve your sweating habits: Start exercising regularly—especially if you’re overweight or have certain health issues like diabetes or high cholesterol levels—and supplement with topical anti-perspirants/deodorants if needed. 1 In fact, that stuff will probably work better than antiperspirant alone by helping block underarm pores from absorbing too much of those nasty toxins we talked about earlier.
In addition to taking steps toward improving your diet and exercise routine (which I highly recommend), there are other methods natural remedies can help keep us cool as well as comfortable during these hot summer months. Here are some tips for keeping yourself dry so it doesn’t feel like you have wet socks all day long:2
Eat foods rich in potassium such as bananas and avocados You should also try not eating too much salt due to its ability to draw moisture out of our bodies through osmosis Processed foods contain preservatives that cause excessive sweating Wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly before eating them because