There is no odor in the sweat, and for the unpleasant odor responsible are the bacteria, more precisely millions of them under the armpits.
Sweating that excretes around 0.7 liters of sweat daily is a process by which the body cools and maintains normal body temperature, thus releasing toxins and harmful substances from the body. Observe daily average outcomes as external factors such as heat, various activities involving many movements, nervousness, and so on.
Deodorants or antiperspirants
The deodorant is a preparation that does not affect the sweating process but neutralizes odors. Antiperspirant, unlike deodorants, prevents sweating. In order to neutralize the unpleasant smell, the solution is the daily use of cosmetic preparations that actually ‘mask’ the scent of sweat – but of course, they are always applied to clean skin after showering. The basic difference in function: while deodorizing with its scent, ‘masking’ the scent of sweat, antiperspirants work so they try to prevent just sweating.
Clothes made of natural fabrics
Although it is really hard to resist the trendy outfits for summer months that are often not made of natural fabrics, always try to choose one that is made of linen, cotton, silk, twill… In this kind of clothing, you will not be tricked because these fabrics will not prevent the skin from breathing.
Avoid Spicy Food
People with excessive sweating problems should avoid spicy food. Namely, some spices, such as chives and raw garlic, cause the emergence of, particularly intense body odor. If you can not resist spices, drink lots of water to disperse, dampen their fragrant effect. Some foods, such as a strong coffee cup or favorite angry apple, sound very tempting but think again. Namely, these foods can stimulate the healing process of sweat glands. Everything that stimulates these neurotransmitters can sometimes also affect the glands that cause sweating.
Except for the heat or the fierce training, many are overwhelmed when they are under stress or feel anxious. Try different methods to reduce anxiety or stress such as deep breathing or other relaxation techniques. If sweating can never be avoided, seek medical advice.