Excessive Sweating Under Arms, HH, and Gratitude

How Can Excessive Sweating Under Arms Be Related To Gratitude?

The whole concept just seemed bizarre to me. I mean how could it be possible to reduce or treat excessive sweating with a simple thought process? Who was this weirdo that I was talking to? And why was he so confident and relaxed when he was tellin me what seemed like a bunch of bull?

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.

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