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Date:7/23/2009

es perspiration to evaporate and natural, breathable fabrics "wick" moisture away from your underarms.
  • Apply antiperspirant twice daily: Application of a soft-solid antiperspirant formula to underarms twice daily (morning and before bedtime) has been shown to be more effective in controlling excessive sweat. Consider using a stronger, clinical-strength over-the-counter antiperspirant. Be sure the underarms are completely dry before applying product to reduce the chance of skin irritation.
  • Reach zen: Anxiety can increase sweat production. Control anxiety by breathing deeply and focusing internally.
  • Avoid sweat-inducing spicy foods and caffeinated beverages to help stay cool in the warmer weather.
  • Knock out body odor: Excessive underarm sweating can contribute to odors as the sweat dries and activates bacteria on your skin. Neutralize odors by sprinkling baking soda on affected clothing and on athletic gear after use.
  • Avoid mid-day workouts: When the sun is at its peek, the body is more inclined to sweat, so take advantage of the long summer days and plan an early morning or late evening workout.
  • Know your medications: There are a number of common medications that can exacerbate sweating. Make sure to check with your physician before you start any new medication, especially during the warmer summer months.
  • Talk to a dermatologist: When antiperspirants are not effective in controlling excessive underarm sweating, dermatologist may administer treatment with BOTOX((R)) (Botulinum Toxin Type A). Results last up to 6.7 months and treatment is often covered by insurance.
  • Important BOTOX((R)) (Botulinum Toxin Type A) Information

    BOTOX((R)) is approved for the treatment of severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis that is inadequately managed with topical agents.


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