9 Easy And Natural Ways To Treat Sweaty Hands And Feet

9 Easy And Natural Ways To Treat Sweaty Hands And Feet

Sweating is important to keep the temperature of our body. But having severe sweating is uncomfortable and bad. This can be somewhat annoying and emb

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Sweating is important to keep the temperature of our body. But having severe sweating is uncomfortable and bad. This can be somewhat annoying and embarrassing whenever we have hand sweat that soaks paperwork and keyboards, sweaty hands that prevent us from holding hands someone, and clammy handshake in the social gatherings.

According to the member of the SingHealth group and Senior Consultant, Department of Neurosurgery, National Neuroscience Institute (NNI), Dr. Ernest Wang,

“Many reasons cause body temperature to rise suddenly – hot, humid weather, rigorous exercise, emotional stress, a panic attack. Even spicy foods can cause excessive sweating.”

Here are the lists of some natural treatment to treat those sweaty feet and hands:

Organic Rose Water

Rose Water can help to seal the pores in the skin thus can decrease the generated sweat. All you need to do was boil water and rose petals and filter it. Put the rosewater on feet and palms by the use of a cotton ball. It will chill and calm down the skin.

Tea

Tea contains antiperspirant compounds. There are two ways on how to use this treatment for sweaty feet and hands. The first thing is we can moist the tea bag and hold them by our sweaty hands for several minutes. The other way was to prepare hot water and soak there the tea bag, cool it on a suitable temperature and dip our feet to it for around 30 minutes.

Tomato Juice

Tomato juice can help to lessen our sweat because of its cooling effect. It also has sodium that can maintain the dryness of our feet and palms.

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)

ACV can help to keep the dryness of our feet and hands. It contains an acidic nature that can decrease sweating, maintain the skin pores close, and eliminates bacteria. Mix warm water and ACV and soak palms or feet for around 15-30 minutes. Execute this process daily to get the desired outcomes.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil contains natural antiperspirant qualities that keep us fresh with its natural scent and can remove the bacteria that formed order and sweat. It also helps to makes our skin smooth and tender. After a shower, get a little amount of coconut oil and rub it in the palms.

Dust With Cornstarch

Cornstarch acts like talcum powder. Dusting it on our palms can help to maintain the dryness of our feet and hands and help to absorb sweat.

Baking Soda

Baking soda can help stop feet odor, decrease sweating, and balance the pH level of our palms and feet because of its alkaline nature.

Combine warm water and 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda. We must soak our sweaty feet and hands to the concoction for around 20-30 minutes.

Lemon

Lemons can be used in three ways when it comes to managing the issues of having sweaty feet and hands:

1. Combine salt and lemon juice. Rub the concoction on the hands. After it gets dry, quickly rinse it off.

2. Gather orange and lemon peels and dry them. Powder them after they become crisp and firm. Dust the powder on your feet and hand. Put it in a sealed container.

3. Combine vodka and lemon juice. Rub the mixture on your hands. Let it sit for around 15-20 minutes and rinse it.

Applying Rubbing Alcohol

We can tap a tiny amount of rubbing alcohol to our sweaty part of our feet and our toes. Executing this will help to quickly dry the feet and prevent the feet odors from recurring. But we must be cautious when we use this treatment because it can dry the feet too much which can cause skin irritation.

Stay Hydrated and Keep Cool

Daily intake of adequate amounts of water can help us to decrease severe sweating, cool down our body temperature, and keep us hydrated.

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