How To Stop Gustatory Sweating?

I sweat when I drink. What can I do to stop it? Answer: As a general rule, if you have a problem with excessive sweating in response to alcohol consumption, then you should avoid drinking alcoholic beverages at all. That means never starting out on “just one,” and cutting back gradually from there. Whenever possible, try substituting non-alcoholic drinks for your preferred alcoholic beverage(s). You could try having water or unsweetened tea instead of beer or wine with dinner, but avoid carbonated soft drinks such as Coca Cola and Pepsi because they may contain caffeine which will exacerbate the symptoms of this condition. If you must have something sweet after eating food high in protein (meat), choose low carbohydrate fruits such as applesauce or prunes over chocolate candy bars which are high in simple sugars that cause an insulin spike followed by a subsequent drop in blood sugar levels causing thirst and resulting in increased fluid loss through the skin! In addition to foregoing foods that cause excessive sweating when consumed with alcohol, several inexpensive medications can be taken orally that may help control this symptom including Phenylephrine (Neo-Synephrine), Ephedrine Hydrochloride (Ephedra) or Parenteral use of Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEA) also known as Androstenon Decanoate

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