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    How to stop sweating profusely when talking to people?

    I sweat alot as it is. When im talking to new people I get nervous and sweat even more. Sometimes if I get reallly nervous you can see sweat accumulating on my forehead.

    Does this happen to anyone else? Its phucking embarassing.
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    Originally Posted by Dale1988 View Post
    I sweat alot as it is. When im talking to new people I get nervous and sweat even more. Sometimes if I get reallly nervous you can see sweat accumulating on my forehead.

    Does this happen to anyone else? Its phucking embarassing.
    I'm the same. At the beginning of the uni year was going to try and act all confident and be social. Bumped into a girl who was looking for the same clas as me on the first day. As I was talking to her my head just started dripping with sweat to the point I had to keep wiping it. Felt hard to remain confident with that happening. That was just one example as it happen to me all the time in public places. When waiting in line at shops, barbers etc. One barber thought I was ill because I was sweating so muc as she cut my hair. I've looked online and can't seem to find anything to cure it.
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    Ya man, my hands get sweaty sometimes, but you just have to find your comfort zone. I don't really get uncomfortable mentally, but my body will tell me I'm nervous, usually the first time I go somewhere or do something. After that, it becomes a cakewalk. When put in an awkward situation, just think of worse situations you've been in and it will calm you down. What I always go back to is being 14 in the abortion clinic talking to this girls mom while she was having my baby removed from her belly. After that, nothing is awkward...
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    i have naturally sweaty palms. it happens all the time but its not always mecessarily being nervous.

    my gf enjoys it tho, she thinks i get em cause im nervous around her, so i let her think that.
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    I don't really mind sweaty palms or sweaty armpits even as they're not as noticableor you can wear clothes to hide it. it's just when it's dripping off your head that's the problem. Like an above poster, sometimes I don't even feel too nervous but my body is telling me otherwise. Sometime I'm sweating more around people than I do in the gym.
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    Originally Posted by Inspiration01 View Post
    I don't really mind sweaty palms or sweaty armpits even as they're not as noticableor you can wear clothes to hide it. it's just when it's dripping off your head that's the problem. Like an above poster, sometimes I don't even feel too nervous but my body is telling me otherwise. Sometime I'm sweating more around people than I do in the gym.
    actually sweat armpits is pretty bad, wearing a gray or light blue shirt = gross looking. been in that situation, hard to cover
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    I don't think you can control your sweat. anyone ever call you out on it? maybe they don't notice or even think anything of it
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    It's more of a self conscious thing if anything. Once you're aware that you sweat in social situations, you WILL sweat. I used to sweat in the armpit area for years, to the point where i couldnt just wear a t-shirt. Always needed to wear a hoody over it or two shirts to try and mask it. No anti-perspirant did anything which really sucked. For UK brahs, get a product called 'Driclor' srsly. It WILL make you stop sweating. I applied it before bed every night, could wear a grey t shirt the next day with no marks. Heat didnt matter either, it like shuts off the sweat glands. I dont use it anymore, because i became so accustomed to not sweating that i dont even think about it. Its mainly in your head, and is incredibly hard to get over because you'll constantly worry about whether you're dry or not. Seek something from a chemist/pharmacy that actually works, not some crap off the shelf in a supermarket.

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    Originally Posted by Dale1988 View Post
    I sweat alot as it is. When im talking to new people I get nervous and sweat even more. Sometimes if I get reallly nervous you can see sweat accumulating on my forehead.

    Does this happen to anyone else? Its phucking embarassing.
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    By relaxing.

    Easier said than done.

    You are going to have to increase your perceived self worth so that you feel that the people you are talking to are actually privileged to have your attention for the time that you spend talking to them. If you believe that then there is no way you can be nervous talking to them because they are the ones clamoring for your attention.

    Very difficult to accomplish but once you do you have an aura of confidence about you which most people here would call "alphaness"

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    Originally Posted by ZAPP View Post
    actually sweat armpits is pretty bad, wearing a gray or light blue shirt = gross looking. been in that situation, hard to cover
    Yeah I had to swap a grey shirt for a black one on the weekend because I there was sweat all over me after a trip to the barbers. I'm always wary of how much my sweat will show on the shirt before buying. It is a pain but what can you do? I went to the GP and she blamed it on binge drinking but I've been this way since Secondary school.
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    Originally Posted by Jarle View Post
    It's more of a self conscious thing if anything. Once you're aware that you sweat in social situations, you WILL sweat. I used to sweat in the armpit area for years, to the point where i couldnt just wear a t-shirt. Always needed to wear a hoody over it or two shirts to try and mask it. No anti-perspirant did anything which really sucked. For UK brahs, get a product called 'Driclor' srsly. It WILL make you stop sweating. I applied it before bed every night, could wear a grey t shirt the next day with no marks. Heat didnt matter either, it like shuts off the sweat glands. I dont use it anymore, because i became so accustomed to not sweating that i dont even think about it. Its mainly in your head, and is incredibly hard to get over because you'll constantly worry about whether you're dry or not. Seek something from a chemist/pharmacy that actually works, not some crap off the shelf in a supermarket.

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    amazing product

    Try and not let it get you down! My best find is a product called 'AHC'. I can now work out and not have to feel self conscious at all. It keeps me dry and doesn't make my skin all blotchy! Spread the word to other sufferers! Once they've tried AHC they won't go back! I buy mine off of a site called scrubsuk.com
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    This used to happen to me alot, it's because you are self conscience that you are sweating. You just need to forget it and just chill, the more you concentrate on you being sweaty, the more sweaty you'll be.

    Just have a chill and idgaf about anything attitude and you'll be cool (no pun intended haha)
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    That happens to me all the time, it amplifies the nervousness the instant I feel the sweat in my armpits and chest (its a weird tingly feeling when you suddenly sweat there). Usually accompanied with my face turning red(which I can feel heat radiating from).
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    Originally Posted by Dale1988 View Post
    I sweat alot as it is. When im talking to new people I get nervous and sweat even more. Sometimes if I get reallly nervous you can see sweat accumulating on my forehead.

    Does this happen to anyone else? Its phucking embarassing.
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    excessive sweating

    Originally Posted by Dale1988 View Post
    I sweat alot as it is. When im talking to new people I get nervous and sweat even more. Sometimes if I get reallly nervous you can see sweat accumulating on my forehead.

    Does this happen to anyone else? Its phucking embarassing.
    I know how you feel.
    I have been suffering from this condition called hyperhidrosis where I sweat a lot under my armpit. It is very embarassing as I am too conscious about my body so when I see a big circle on my shirt, all I think about is go home. The solution at the time was for me to wear a dark jacket at all time or wrap a shawl around me looked fashionable but still...A work colleague introduced me to a product called AHC30 on the scrubsuk.com website as bubblebath previously mentioned in the post. I have been using it for a while now and I can confirm that it works wonders for me and I am very pleased with it. I always recommend that product to whoever ask me.

    But for sure do not felel embarass about it. Just keep being confident and people wont even realise that you are sweating a lot.
    Hope this helps.
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    I have the same problem as you

    Originally Posted by Inspiration01 View Post
    I'm the same. At the beginning of the uni year was going to try and act all confident and be social. Bumped into a girl who was looking for the same clas as me on the first day. As I was talking to her my head just started dripping with sweat to the point I had to keep wiping it. Felt hard to remain confident with that happening. That was just one example as it happen to me all the time in public places. When waiting in line at shops, barbers etc. One barber thought I was ill because I was sweating so muc as she cut my hair. I've looked online and can't seem to find anything to cure it.
    I am really suffering from the same problem as you exactlly, I have this problem since around 15, I cant talk to more than 2 people face to face , when I want to talk among even few people especially indoors I feel a kind of heat or hot waves from my both ears first then it expanding to all my head then start sweating my Forehead and cheeks and I have to wipe & wipe for while till become dry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    then I can talk well without any problem very confidentlly but if I continue for longer I get sweating as well ! same scenario,.

    if you found any solution let me know plz
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    Excessive Sweating

    Originally Posted by tokyo09 View Post
    I am really suffering from the same problem as you exactlly, I have this problem since around 15, I cant talk to more than 2 people face to face , when I want to talk among even few people especially indoors I feel a kind of heat or hot waves from my both ears first then it expanding to all my head then start sweating my Forehead and cheeks and I have to wipe & wipe for while till become dry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    then I can talk well without any problem very confidentlly but if I continue for longer I get sweating as well ! same scenario,.

    if you found any solution let me know plz
    This post is old but im sure there are people who still see it. Ive had many issues with sweating though out my life with many of the same situations. Im 33 years old and have had excessive sweating since I can remember. When I was young it was always in my hands and feet. About 2 years out of high school it moved to my face and chest and still with my hands, feet. I could deal with the hands and feet but when it moved to my face it really affected my confidence and being in public. I was always a open and active person doing things with friends but the facial sweating took that away. I became reclusive and started having social anxiety. I had 2 surgerys for hyperhidrosis from Dr Jim Garza in Houston who no longer gives the procedure to what I believe is law suits. What happened was the surgery was a success for about 1 year then the sweating came back. I had the second surgery and the same thing happened, it came back but only instead of my hands,feet,head and chest, it was now also at my legs and groin. So now I basically sweat everywhere exept the top of shoulders and above my knees. Through researce I found a drug called Avert. It is non prescription and can be ordered online. Its the only thing I have found to help my sweating. I wish I knew about it before I had my 2 surgerious because they are irreversible and have caused more problems and made things worse. I still suffer from my sweating and I deal with it the best I can and Advert is a handy tool. It does have side effects like extreme dry mouth and dry eyes but does not have to be taken all the time just for special events or when your around alot of people. I hope this helps someone and if you have any questions please respond to this forum and I can try to help
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    Originally Posted by Dale1988 View Post
    I sweat alot as it is. When im talking to new people I get nervous and sweat even more. Sometimes if I get reallly nervous you can see sweat accumulating on my forehead.

    Does this happen to anyone else? Its phucking embarassing.
    Honestly all you can do is practice. You say you get nervous and that causes you to sweat. The more you work on this and get comfortable the less nervous you get and the less you will sweat. Suck it up, and be comfortable within a few months to a year and be done with the sweats in a year, or never work on it, and have this he test of your life.

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