In order not to interfere with the natural process of thermoregulation and allow sweat to evaporate from the surface of the body, in summer you should wear clothes made of natural fabrics, including cotton, linen, or silk. Synthetic materials interfere with evaporation, body temperature rises, so sweat becomes more and more.
Wet spots are especially noticeable on plain light clothes, so it is better to choose T-shirts and shirts of dark or bright colors in order to hide them. And the least they will be noticeable on clothes with a print.
If you work in an office, you should wear a T-shirt or T-shirt under your shirt. They will absorb sweat and the shirt will stay clean. If you sweat a lot, bring spare T-shirts and change them during the day. Since sweat does not smell, it is easy to get rid of the smell if you constantly monitor hygiene.
Take a shower regularly, especially after training, and bring wet wipes to wipe your armpits from time to time. Suitable for any wipes, the main thing is that they do not irritate the skin.
Spicy foods should be avoided because they contain the substance capsaicin, which sends a signal to the brain that the body is overheated. In response, the body begins to produce even more sweat to cool down.
Drink cool, not hot drinks. This will help the body to cool down, and it will not have to produce sweat for thermoregulation. If you have already wet a sweaty forehead with a handkerchief several times at this point, the problem may be much deeper.
In this case, you can not delay a visit to the doctor: increased sweating may be a symptom of the disease, but only a specialist will prescribe tests to understand the true cause.