Tip 1: Carry a small case with cornstarch or talc with you where ever you go, and when you sweat on your hands or palms simply rub it to soak up the sweat. These days you even get mint flavored talc’s which give you that cooling effect.
Tip 2: Carrying some wipes can be a more easy way of rubbing out the sweat instantly. You could avail those commercially available alcohol wipes to give immediate relief.
Tip 3: Drink lots of water as it helps to sustain the normal body temperature and reduces sweating. If you under the misconception that the more water you drink the more you sweat, get smart its crap. It’s rather the other way round. Our body sweats to drive off the heat inside by way of cooling it on the skin surface, if you drink sufficient water your body need not use the mechanism of sweating to ward off the heat, as the water will cool it on its own. So don’t fall prey to such stupid myths.
Tip 4: Drinking tomato pulp is known to have reduced sweating in hands and feet. If you can’t ingest tomatoes then simply rub the pulp on your palm and soles and importantly in between your toes to keep them fresh and dry.
Tip 5: If you’re left with some boric acid powder after using it to drive away the pests in your garden make use of it to drive away your sweat. Take a neat pair of white gloves and socks and sprinkle some boric acid powder inside them and where them on for about 48 hours (remember to take them off while your bathing).After 2 days take it off and bathe your hands and feet in warm water using a anti bacterial soap and feel the difference.
Tip 6: You could even use alum powder in the same way as boric acid powder to get rid of sweaty hands and feet.
Tip 7: Just pop in a zinc supplement before you go to bed as zinc is known to reduce the overall perspiration rate effectively. Alternatively you could pamper yourself with zinc rich foods if you want to do it naturally. Oysters, crabs, peanuts, roasted pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, chicken breast, salmon, lamb, whole cereals, etc are rich in zinc.
Tip 8: Also some silicon rich food can do you good to keep your hands and feet dry. So binge on grapes and strawberries as they are packed with silicon.
Tip 9: Drinking sage tea is also known to be beneficial to drive away the sweat. Simply boil water and add some sage tea leaves and gulp it down to keep your hands and feet fresh and dry. If you don’t like the insipid taste of the tea then just drop some tea bags into a tub filled with warm water to release the tannic content and dip your hands and feet in it for a while. Dry them with a clean towel and feel the freshness.