6 Foods That Can Prevent Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is a condition that is characterized by excessive sweating, above normal thermo-regulation. Individuals with this condition tend to sweat so profusely that it gets their clothes really soaked and drips continuously, through their hands and feet.

This could cause some inconvenience and embarrassment, especially in public. It could also interfere with ones daily activities, cause unhappiness, and be difficult to tolerate all-round.

Although some conditions like stress and nervousness can cause one to sweat more profusely than normal, in the case of hyperhidrosis, it is even worse. Those with this condition are prone to sweating for no reason at all. The sweat just flows abnormally, in excessive quantities.

To prevent his, or help manage the condition better, read on to see a list of foods that can help prevent hyperhidrosis:

1. Water                                                                                                                                                                                                  Water

This happens to be the simplest and easiest way to prevent hyperhidrosis. Water is needed in the body, in adequate quantity, to avoid dehydration. If there is sufficient water in the body, it won’t have to work excessively to regulate temperature, which could lead to hyperhidrosis. A properly hydrated body will reduce the risk of excessive sweating.

2. Fruits and vegetables                                                                                                                                                                       Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are known to be rich in nutrients. They contain a lot of vitamins, calcium, and are fully loaded with water. All these will cause the body to be hydrated and in turn, reduce sweating.

3. Yoghurts                                                                                                                                                                                            yoghurt

Yogurt is rich in calcium and one of the roles calcium plays in the body, is to regulate body temperature. However, it is more advisable to go for yogurt with little or no fat content. Examples of other foods rich in calcium are milk, baked beans, and almonds. These can be added to meals often, to reduce excessive sweating.

4. Oats                                                                                                                                                                                                   oat

Oats are one of the very few foods that contains a low volume of fats and still contains healthy nutrients. It is easily digested and helps to reduce sweats. Excess fats in the body are one of the leading causes of hyperhidrosis.

5. Olive oil                                                                                                                                                                                             olive oil

Olive oil helps to stimulate digestion. Lack of digestion leads to hyperhidrosis, because the body will have to work harder to digest the meals and thereby, exhaust a lot of energy. Olive oil can also be used for cooking.

6. Potatoes                                                                                                                                                                                           potatoes

This is a very brilliant remedy for hyperhidrosis. Asides eating it for effectiveness, it can also be used in it’s raw form. This can be done by cutting out one to two slices of the raw potatoes and rubbing them in the armpit. Once this is done consistently, there’ll be changes overtime.


Not every individual would be comfortable with going around in a soaked shirt or dress. To avoid the embarrassment that results from it, it’s best to take precautions as early as possible.

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