sweaty hands?

always, how do i fix this

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  • 9 months ago

    You may be nervous about something or maybe u need to wash your hands

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    Wash your hands. Sweaty hands don't dry up on their own, so you'll have to wash them more often than most people do in order to keep them dry. Wash them when the amount of sweat starts to bother you, then thoroughly dry them off with a towel or washcloth.

    2.Cool off your hands. Many people get sweaty hands when their bodies are slightly overheated, so cooling them off can be a quick and effective remedy.

    3.Don't use items that cause more sweating to occur. Keeping your hands free of articles of clothing and products that inhibit air flow will cause your hands to stay moist, rather than naturally getting the chance to dry. Avoid items like gloves,moisturizer,petroleum jelly!

    Excessive perspiration is often triggered by anxiety and stress. Practice meditation, yoga or another activity that will help reduce your stress and prevent your sweat glands from going into overdrive.

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  • 9 months ago

    i would ask your doctor why theyre so sweaty like that

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    Put some baby powder in your hands

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  • marty
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    Here's a few tips that may help.

    Use Antiperspirant Hand Lotion.

    Keep alcohol hand wipes handy for a quick fix.

    Use baby powder or cornstarch to absorb palm sweat.

    Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and keep your body cool.

    Avoid sweat-inducing foods like caffeine, alcohol, red meat and spicy snacks.

    Eat vitamin-rich foods that promote balance and healthy digestion.

    Home remedies such as sage tea soaks, rose water, or coconut oil

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