Q14. Do I need to change my lifestyle?

A14. There may be certain aspects of your life which are responsible for your excessive sweating.

These include excess alcohol intake, spicy foods, drug abuse etc.

Changing your clothes can also help. By this we mean wearing colours which do not show sweat stains and natural fabrics rather than man-made.

Plus consider changing your over the counter antiperspirant to a stronger version such as Odaban.

Discuss this and other treatment options with your GP.

Plus find out more in our lifestyle changes section.

Excessive sweating FAQ:

Excessive sweating FAQs

  1. What is 'excessive sweating?'
  2. Can you inherit excessive sweating?
  3. Who is most likely to get excessive sweating?
  4. Is there more than one type of excessive sweating?
  5. What is 'nocturnal hyperhidrosis?'
  6. Do night sweats affect menopausal women only?
  7. What causes excessive sweating in children?
  1. Could my excessive sweating be caused by a medical problem?
  2. How do you treat excessive sweating?
  3. What is 'Odaban?'
  4. What is 'iontophoresis?'
  5. Is Botox effective at treating excessive sweating?
  6. Can surgery help?
  7. Do I need to change my lifestyle?
  8. Can you ever be 'cured'of excessive sweating?

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