Got Sweaty Hands? Natural Remedies that come in Handy!

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There are many thigs that make one to cringe. Some could be a certain noise, for others it would be a type of food. I don’t know about you but sweaty hands makes some of us cringe. It’s hard to fathom how disturbing a pair of sweaty palms can be until you experience them.

I understand that some could be suffering from; Hyperhidrosis. It is a medical condition that leads to excessive sweating. It can affect any part of the body but mainly affects palms, feet, underarms and the face.

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Sweaty palms and feet is a common problem which is uncomfortable and sometimes leads to embarrassments. Fortunately, all is not lost for you if you have been suffering from sweaty palms and feet. Here are some natural remedies to help you get rid of the condition at the comfort of your home:

1. Potatoes

Cut potatoes into slices and rub them on your sweaty palms or feet. Leave it to dry before washing with water.

2. Apple cider vinegar

It’s not just for weight loss purposes. Apple cider vinegar has astringent properties thus reducing the sweating. It constricts the skin pores by keeping the skin tight hence controlling excessive sweating. Apply it on your feet and palm and leave it to dry. Then, wash it with water and repeat the procedure daily to see results.

3. Tomato juice

Tomatoes have a cooling effect thus reducing sweating. Drinking tomato juice every day will help keep you from sweating since it also contains Sodium which will keep your palms dry.  You could also dip your feet or palms in the juice for the cooling effect.

4. Lemon

Seems like you should always have lemon in your kitchen as it has many uses than you thought. Mix lemon juice with salt and rub it on your hands and feet before cleaning. Also, you could mix lemon juice with vodka and apply it on your palms and let it sit for around 20 minutes before cleaning. Another way to use lemons yet, is to dry orange and lemon peels and powder them. Apply the powder on your feet and palms to absorb the sweat.

5. Tea bags

Due to their antiperspirant properties, tea bags can help solve your sweaty palms problem. Hold wet tea bags tightly in your palms for some minute every day. Alternatively, soak your feet in warm water with tea bags inside for like 30 minutes every day.

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6. Baking soda

You never go wrong with baking soda. Soak your hands and feet in warm water with baking soda for 30 minutes every day until you see results.

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