1. STOP DRINKING COFFEE AND TEA
Theobromine is the primary stimulant in caffeine and can cause an increase in blood pressure, heart rate, urinary incontinence and excessive sweating. Caffeinated drinks also trigger some of the same digestive problems as nicotine does including nausea, diarrhea or constipation which are all factors that can lead to excess sweating. Studies have shown that it’s possible to quit drinking these drinks completely without having adverse effects on your health whatsoever if you want to stop! If you drink coffee regularly consider using decaf beans instead. Tea contains high levels of catechins which act like antioxidants but they do nothing for your sweat glands when consumed by themselves so it’s best not to consume them at all. Instead try green tea for its anti-inflammatory properties which could help reduce sweating significantly without any side effects! You might also find that switching from caffeine pills/capsules to herbal supplements such as guarana , yerba mate or maca is beneficial too because most contain small amounts of caffeine although there’s no evidence yet showing how effective they are at reducing excessive perspiration..
2. GET EARLY TO BED AT NIGHT WITH A HEAD CONTAINER OR TAPERED JEANS (THESE WILL HELP KEEP YOU WARM) – DURING THE DAY DEHYDRATE AT LEAST 30% OF YOUR METABOLIC REQUIREMENTS BY DRINK