Sweating is nature's way of helping us stay cool, but it's one of our body's functions that is considered socially "uncool." For centuries, people have been trying to overcome the unpleasant aspects of this very normal and necessary physical response.
Women in particular take great pains to avoid public sweating. This has something to do with the ideal woman being sweat-free and sweet smelling 24/7. The only accurate part of this... Read More
No matter what type of exercise or fitness program you are following, there is one important element you cannot forget: water! Our bodies lose a great deal of water due to perspiration. Staying hydrated during a workout will help you stay focused and more energized. Dehydration could result in serious consequences. Dizziness and nausea can both be symptoms of dehydration.
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The weather is heating up outside, but that doesn't mean you have to sweat it. If sweating is a source of embarrassment for you, whether working out or at work, see your doctor to rule out a medical condition. Once you do that, then you can take some simple steps to reduce perspiration and boost your confidence. Regular antiperspirants and deodorants may not do the job, but there are higher-strength products now available over the... Read More
Underarm wetness is the pits. There's nothing worse than being all dressed up, only to have your look sabotaged by those pathetic armpit stains. We're talking about the big wet spots that mar any outfit. While black and brown garments often disguise the unfashionable flaws, you can't spend the rest of your life living in the "dark" ages. Here are some effective ways to tackle this unsightly issue. The first step is to protect... Read More