Sweat tips that you can use

These are things you can use NOW. They're quick, temporary fixes. Not intended for long-term use.

1. Bring another shirt. Sometimes referred to as the "pit-sweater's insurance policy," this strategy is one of the oldest. If you've been sweatin for a while, I bet you've done it.

Why such longevity and popularity ? Because it's so easy !

Just pop a couple freshly laundered shirts in your car. Or if you don't have a car, put a couple shirts in places that you find yourself frequently. You know, work, school, friend's house, friend's car, etc. But yea, Josh and I used to have shirts stashed everywhere. It's a good excessive sweat tip. It's saved our butts a million times.

It's the best feeling in the world when you're able to change into a nice, clean shirt from a sweaty one. Just sneak away to the bathroom and change it real quick. Speaking Of Shirts. Obviously light colors show sweat much more clearly. Definitely stick to dark colors. Black is the best. The darker the better. Except ironically, white's not too bad. Light pinks work sometimes, too.

2. Choose Your Fabrics Wisely. Choice of fabric is crucial for excessive sweat.

Why ? Because most perspiration is cyclical. At one moment, you'll be fine, maybe just sweating a little. Then something causes you stress (anxiety, nervousness, anger, etc.) and it's like, BOOM, somebody opened the flood gates. And then comes the profuse sweating. But then after the stress passes, you'll go back to the light sweating. (Or none at all, preferably.) Certain fabrics dry much more quickly than others. So if you have that episode where you sweat yourself silly, if you're wearing the wrong fabric, you'll be wet for a long time.

When we started noticing that certain fabrics stayed wet for longer, on a little experiment. We took four shirts, made from different materials, and wetted the underarms with a tablespoon of water. We then timed to see how long each underarm took to dry.

Cotton takes the longest to dry. It takes over 3x longer to dry than the quickest drying fabric, polyester. 3x ! Absolutely wear polyester if you have excess underarm sweat ! That's one of the best armpit sweat tips out there

3. This Is Not A "Lie" When you lie down horizontally, underarm sweat stops completely! This absolutely works, especially for underarm perspiration. Something happens that causes sweat glands to relax and slow down. It may not be practical to do this in certain places, but a lot of times it is. Have a sheet or blanket around and you can stop and lie down pretty much anywhere there's grass. Just close your eyes and nobody will know what you're doing. They'll think you're sleeping!

Air It Out. Wear light, loose fitting clothes to stop excessive sweat from showing up. Anytime there's air flowing, position yourself in a way that your sweaty areas receive some air flow. Like in the car when the window's down, or the A/C's working...You can position your armpits and body in such a way that they receive big-time air-flow

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