Sweating is common to all people, and sweating is common to some. The medical name for excessive armpit sweating is local hyperhidrosis. This attack causes serious troubles for people suffering from it, because they have to constantly struggle with the smell of sweat and wet armpits.
A favorite cosmetic product for people suffering from local hyperhidrosis are antiperspirant deodorants. However, in the light of recent scientific research, such deodorants appear more evil than a good: it has been proven that they can cause breast cancer and premature aging of the skin, not to mention such "little things" as blockage and inflammation of sweat glands, dermatoses and allergies. The dull prospect of these consequences pushes people to search for alternative means of reducing perspiration and reducing sweat odor.
People find some of the correct measures themselves: they try to take a shower more often; put on fresh underwear every day; avoid clothing that fits tightly to the armpit area; dress a little lighter than the weather requires. Such measures have a positive effect, at the same time they are clearly insufficient.
Experts recommend that those who suffer from excessive sweating, adhere to a vegetarian diet, regularly engage in active sports, and visit the sauna. A few weeks later, there will be significantly less toxins in the body, and the smell of sweat will not be so strong.
As for topical products, vinegar is a worthy alternative to harmful deodorants. The armpit is lubricated with apple cider or table vinegar (7-9%): in an acidic environment, bacteria that cause the smell of sweat die. After a few minutes, the vinegar is washed off with water, and in order to finally remove its smell, a few drops of high-quality aromatic oil are applied to the armpit area. Also, popular rumor attributes the glory of a miracle cure to burnt alum served in a pharmacy. An additional benefit of burnt alum is that it is inexpensive and safe.
Some seek to solve the problem of local hyperhidrosis radically: they resort to Botox injections into the armpit area or even remove the sweat glands by surgery. Indeed, such interventions allow for a long time to forget about the problem of increased sweating: the effect of Botox lasts for 6-12 months, and from surgery - up to 5 years. However, the more radical the method of exposure, the more possible complications and negative consequences it has. Therefore, before deciding on such measures, study the special literature and consult your doctor.