For many young individuals, sweaty palms are maybe the most annoying thing ever. Just as you are about to meet someone for the first time, your palms start to gush water everywhere. How exactly do you extend that handshake, for example? I agree that both the issue and the ailment themselves are embarrassing to deal with.
Another name for sweaty palms is hyperhidrosis. It is another name for sweating on the palm in medicine.
What triggers it? There are many things, but stress and worry rank first. It has been demonstrated that engaging in stressful activities or experiencing high levels of stress can result in sweaty palms. But that’s not all; encountering anxiety and dread can also have the same effect.
Results of studies point to a genetic component as well. If it runs in the family, there is a good risk that you will have it; even if not, your children might. How therefore may the condition be stopped or at the very least managed?
1. Use specialised hand antiperspirant.
2. Always have alcohol hand wipes on hand for last-minute fixes.
3. To remove sweat from your palms, use cornflour or baby powder.
4. To keep your body hydrated and cool, drink plenty of water.
5. Steer clear of items like caffeine, alcohol, red meat, and spicy snacks that make you perspire.
6. Consume vitamin-rich foods that encourage harmony and sound digestion.
7. Use natural therapies like rose water, coconut oil, or sage tea soaks.
8. Physical activity lowers stress.
9. Visit a physician. If none of the aforementioned remedies work, you might need to consult a doctor for a unique therapy, which will depend on your body type and the severity of the issue. Among the specialised treatments are Botox, prescription medications, etc.
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