Sweating too much

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    (Original post by yungaheartz)
    I was consuming more carbs than protein
    loved eating bread, pasta and rice and not just a small amount. I'd have huge plates
    diets are supposed to be more protein than carb but I was doing the opposite

    also used to eat spicy food a lot (not sure if that contributed to the sweating) but when I started eating more clean and healthy and had less wheat and more protein and salads and fruit and yogurt it really helped.
    Sounds like me. I basically live off carbs. But I cant do much to change diet as my mum would flip if I tried saying I woudnt eat her cooking :lol:

    I think it might be the clothes that I wear though :'/ as I tend to sweat in the morning...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Sounds like me. I basically live off carbs. But I cant do much to change diet as my mum would flip if I tried saying I woudnt eat her cooking :lol:

    I think it might be the clothes that I wear though :'/ as I tend to sweat in the morning...
    yes light cotton and viscose are always the best materials to wear when its quite warmish outside. i noticed that too with clothes, anything a little heavier and i'd be sweating after 10 minutes
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    Pharmacist can give you really effective antiperspirant that you can apply to small areas (armpits or feet etc, but not your whole back or something). Some people have already posted about tem so i'll leave you to read the details there.

    If you have problems with a larger area or are worried about having a reaction to that too, see your doctor (probably do that anyway though). Doctor can help you work out if there's a cause that needs to be investigated and can also give you things like tablets or just life advice to help prevent it. Really common issue so don't be embarassed.
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    (Original post by Kindred)
    Pharmacist can give you really effective antiperspirant that you can apply to small areas (armpits or feet etc, but not your whole back or something). Some people have already posted about tem so i'll leave you to read the details there.

    If you have problems with a larger area or are worried about having a reaction to that too, see your doctor (probably do that anyway though). Doctor can help you work out if there's a cause that needs to be investigated and can also give you things like tablets or just life advice to help prevent it. Really common issue so don't be embarassed.
    Thank you so much
 
 
 
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