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How To Get Rid Of Sweaty Hands?

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In consultation with CureJoy expert James Dudley:

Palmer hyperhidrosis is a medical name for sweaty hands or palms. You may be wondering why be bothered with a sweaty hand? Generally, excessive sweating of the palms can lead to certain infections such as fungal infections, bacterial infections and irritation of the skin. Therefore, it is considered unhealthy or unhygienic.

There are several ways to get rid of the sweaty palms. Perhaps, the best cure can be figured out only be knowing the causes. Thus, let’s see what causes sweaty palms first before heading on the cure.

What Causes Sweaty Palm?

It is basically triggered by anxiety, stress, nervousness and depressions. It can also be a hereditary problem. Apart from these, it can also happen due to menopause, hyperthyroidism, obesity, neurological disorders and emotional tensions.

How to Get Rid of Sweaty Hands Naturally?

Avoid hand lotion: Hand lotions and creams can cause the sweat glands to release more sweat. Therefore, use a baby talcum powder or cornstarch instead of a hand lotion in order to reduce sweaty hands.

Soak hands in sage tea: Sage tea is excellent way to get rid of sweaty hands. You should soak your hands daily in sage tea for about 30 minutes before going to bed. You can also take a cup of this tea every day to reduce sweaty palms as well.

Apple cider vinegar solutions: Make a solution of apple cider vinegar and water and used it for soaking your hands regularly at night.

Tomato juice: Have fresh tomato juice everyday as it helps to keep the body temperature cool. This can help in reducing sweaty hands.

Use wipes: Always carry a cotton quick absorbent handkerchief or cloth to wipe your palms. Even alcohol wipes will work.

Have foods rich in zinc: Zinc helps in reducing body odor caused by sweating. Therefore, make sure that your diet contains foods rich in zinc.

Avoid foods that trigger sweating: Foods such as onion, hot spices (peppers), garlic and drinks such as alcohol, coffee and tobacco smoking should be ban as they triggers the sweat glands to produce more sweats on the palms.

Relax: The best way to prevent palmer hyperhidrosis is to manage your stress and anxiety. You can practice yoga, meditations, biofeedback and breathing exercises to deal with stress.