Excessive Sweating Under Arms, HH, and Gratitude
How Can Excessive Sweating Under Arms Be Related To Gratitude?
It just wasn’t adding up.
But…This guy was very convincing and he told me that if I can hold my thoughts in a state of gratitude–or thankfulness–that excessive sweating under arms and hyperhidrosis would simply go away.
Okay, well that’s easy enough to do right? I’ll just think about how happy I am that I can walk, talk, eat, breathe, see, etc.
But that wasn’t enough.
He wanted me to think about these things for most of the time that I was awake. Not only that, but once every two hours, he wanted me to sit down and do nothing else except think about how grateful I was.
Now this guy was startin to get a little cooky. It’s a good thing I really wanted to get rid of my excessive sweating under arms and HH because otherwise I woulda just thrown that guy out of my house!
So yea, I started doing it. My brother thought I’d gone Coo-Coo for Cocoa Puffs. But whatever, I didn’t care. I was just nicely, gently, serenely thinking about all the things I had good going for me. It was pretty surprising how many I had. I really hadn’t thought about a lot of them recently–if ever at all.
And you know what happened?
Absolutely nothing! For roughly three weeks I was practicing gratitude like a mo-fo and having no results. My excessive sweating under arms were still as perspiratory as ever. Focusing on being thankful wasn’t that hard, though, and it felt pretty good. I didn’t get cynical or skeptical after that time, I just kept going with the flow.
Then after about three weeks something a little funny started to happen…
I stopped caring.
100% completely didn’t care that I had sweaty pits, sweaty palms, and my face was red all the time. Didn’t care whatsoever. I would tell people straight up before I shook their hands–“Hey dude, my hand’s sweaty.” Just as casual as ever, like I were telling them their shoe’s untied.
That was a pretty sweet and liberating feeling. I had a “take-it-or-leave-it” attitude. I knew what I had going for me in life. I had been focusing on all the things that I was thankful for. And no matter what, I would continue focusing on those things that I had to be thankful for.
I lost friends during those days. I guess the idea of having excessive sweating under arms is too much for some people to handle. I don’t know. But like I said, I really didn’t care. I didn’t even stop for a second to think about it. I just flipped the switch in my head and immediately went into gratitude mode.
It was really a very sweet time in my life. I suggest you try it. Good luck.