Armpit Pads

Excessive sweating in the armpit area can be disconcerting especially when you are in the workplace or with other people. Maybe armpits pads can help.


Botox is a non-invasive treatment for severe hyperhidrosis. If OTC treatments like deodorants and antiperspirants do not work, consider getting Botox.


Iontophoresis is an inexpensive treatment for hyperhidrosis, which patients can use even at home. But some people that it is painful and dangerous.


If you are prone to excessive sweating, you will still sweat a lot even if you use deodorants, but the embarrassing underarm odor be gone.

Baking Soda

Unlike deodorants and antiperspirants, baking soda is natural and does not stain clothes. Here’s a couple of simple baking soda remedies for hyperhidrosis.


Different herbs have varying degree of effectiveness in treating excessive sweating. Sage has shown positive results in many hyperhidrosis studies.


Learn why enough drinking water every day can actually help prevent excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis.

Hand Antiperspirant

Sweaty palms or palmar hyperhidrosis is a disabling condition that affects people in their profession, academic life, and social interaction. The embarrassment associated with having cold, clammy and dripping hands can make daily routine and chores impossible to finish. If you are an officeworker, shaking hands with your boss or co-workers is something you dread. … Read more