How many people in this world sweat from places other than their underarms alone? The answer is many, many people, in fact just about everyone, and of these, quite a few people experience hand sweating, facial sweating and even head sweating. They can also experience sweating on their feet, their backs as well as sweating in their genital area.
Any and all of these places have the potential to be embarrassing for the person who suffers from sweating of these areas. For a person who has facial or even head sweating of course, it becomes even more difficult to disguise the fact, or even to deal with it. Why is this especially so for facial and head sweating?
For the simple reason that any other type of sweating can be more easily disguised, whereas head sweating (as in rivulets of sweat running down the face), is not so easy to mask. And even if the sweat doesn’t roll off your face, it can have a different impact in that your hair can become damp and begin to smell of stale sweat. And that really is a problem for many people, because who wants to have a sweaty head?
Ultimately it’s not only uncomfortable and lead to itching of the scalp, but it can in some very cases lead to unhealthy hair. Although one of the best ways to deal with a head sweating problem is to bathe regularly, using shampoos and such, this can also become a cause of the sweating.
For instance, unless you have very short hair, it can become detrimental to your efforts to control your head sweating to have a head of damp and dripping hair. This can and will promote more sweat to form, in which case all the trouble you went to, will become moot. And if you’re using a hairdryer to take care of your damp hair, you then have thee problem of making your scalp too hot at which point it begins to sweat to help you cool off.
Of course, there are things that you can do to help you deal with, if not outright prevent head sweating. The most drastic of these measures should be consulted with, with your doctor. For other things as well, such as herbal treatments and remedies you might want to consult with your doctor as they will have a better understanding of your present state of health.
However when all is said and done, head sweating can be controlled. You just need a little time and perseverance, to find the remedy that will work for you. You might also want to stay away from wearing any headgear such as hats!Readers with excessive sweating are encouraged to see
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