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How can you manage heavy sweating by being aware of what you wear?

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Be aware of what you wear: Undershirts can help absorb sweat, and underarm pads can help with that, too. Other pieces of clothing, like socks, that are breathable or that “wick” away moisture can help keep you dry. And keep a handkerchief handy.

SOURCES:

Kamudoni, P., , June 8, 2017. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes

Haider, A., , Jan. 4, 2005. Canadian Medical Association Journal

International Hyperhidrosis Society: “Antiperspirant Basics,” “Drugs/Medications Known to Cause Hyperhidrosis,” “Diseases and Conditions that Can Cause Hyperhidrosis,” “Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS),” “Iontophoresis,” “Lasers,” “Medications,” “miraDry,” “OnabotulinumtoxinA Injections (Botox),” “Tips for Best Results -- OTC,” “Tips for Best Results -- Rx,” “Two Types of Hyperhidrosis,” “Underarm Surgeries.”

Mayo Clinic: “Botox injections.”

American Academy of Dermatology: “Hyperhidrosis: Tips for Managing.”

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on April 09, 2018

SOURCES:

Kamudoni, P., , June 8, 2017. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes

Haider, A., , Jan. 4, 2005. Canadian Medical Association Journal

International Hyperhidrosis Society: “Antiperspirant Basics,” “Drugs/Medications Known to Cause Hyperhidrosis,” “Diseases and Conditions that Can Cause Hyperhidrosis,” “Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS),” “Iontophoresis,” “Lasers,” “Medications,” “miraDry,” “OnabotulinumtoxinA Injections (Botox),” “Tips for Best Results -- OTC,” “Tips for Best Results -- Rx,” “Two Types of Hyperhidrosis,” “Underarm Surgeries.”

Mayo Clinic: “Botox injections.”

American Academy of Dermatology: “Hyperhidrosis: Tips for Managing.”

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on April 09, 2018

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