So, hopefully in this post we can discover some solutions and look at how to cure sweaty hands. Like I’ve said a few times in my posts, I’m no doctor and so I’m going to try and keep away from any technical medical terms. I must also say that for any form of medical application you should really go and see your doctor first, after all that’s what they trained years for.
There are numerous ways according to the trusty old internet to cure sweaty hands, from sacrificial burials of small furry animals at midnight to actual medical things that really work! I would try and stick to the latter if I were you.
I wondered for years how to cure sweaty hands but never really did the research into it. I believed, like many, that it was just one of those things some people have to live with.
Let me tell you about my experience of Iontophoresis (using tap water). This really remarkable process passes a current through the palms of your hands and, after a few sessions, you will hopefully start seeing results and having drier hands. It certainly worked for me! The lucky people of England have this treatment available on the NHS through referral from your doctor. If you don’t live in England then things may be a little different and you should check with your physician.
I personally went straight in for the kill and bought one from a reputable distributer. The option to rent it was actually available but I thought “What the hell…” and just bought it. OK they’re not cheap but $500 – $1000 dollars for perfectly dry hands and the confidence that it brings was enough to push me. I carried out a few sessions at home of about 30 mins and then after maybe 3 sessions I cranked up the current and carried on for perhaps 4/5 sessions. I quickly found that my hands were getting so much better and the feeling of having dry hands is actually really odd to start with. Now that I finally have the dry hands that I was after, all I do now is a ‘maintenance’ zap every week of around 30 mins.
Of course there are always other options for you and there are a multitude of antiperspirants on the market. There are many creams that claim to alleviate the problem too, but so far I’m not hearing good things about that. As a sufferer you already know what applying a cream will do to your hands!
Having used and abused Perspi Guard before now I can give you the inside story and tell you that I found this to be a great product. Of course different products work better on some than others, but if it’s a quick, short term fix you’re after then I’d recommend you check out my reviews HERE.
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