Acupuncture Stops Excessive Underarm Perspiration…Don’t Be Close-Minded

With regard to how to control excessive underarm perspiration, you have treatment options that you have never thought of.

This article is all about acupuncture and excessive sweating. If you’re thinking to yourself, “Acupuncture?” I encourage you not to be a close-minded deuche. Check out this video if you’re skeptical…

She’s talking about headaches as something that’s common. Something that there are medicines for to treat, but not really cure. Something that Western medicine kinda sucks at.

Sound familiar? Like hyperhidrosis, no?

Not many people use it, but acupuncture works! Seriously. It may sound strange, but remember the theme, Mechanic Method–you find what works for you. To find your ideal way of how to prevent excessive underarm perspiration, you need to try lots of things!

In this article we give…

  1. a very brief history of acupuncture
  2. description of methodology
  3. some FAQ’s
  4. places where you can find more information on how to prevent excessive underarm perspiration.

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture has been around forever. It’s an ancient healing method from China. Nobody’s is sure, but they estimate it’s been around over 8000 years! If you’re skeptical, don’t be. Nothing lasts for 8,000 years unless it works!

Acupuncture is a family of procedures. Hair-thin needles are used to stimulate specific anatomical points on the body through different techniques. One of these specific techniques is known as hyperhidrosis acupuncture. This is acupuncture designed specifically to eliminate excessive sweating.

The way it works is simple. The acupuncturist focuses on points that are linked to excessive underarm perspiration.

But, Doesn’t it Hurt?

Everyone experiences hyperhidrosis acupuncture differently. Just like everyone learns how to prevent armpit sweat their own way. But most people feel little or no pain as the needles are inserted. Once in, you won’t feel it at all.

Some people feel energized by the treatment. Others feel extremely relaxed. The vast majority of people report feeling pleasant. Most people realize a reduction in excessive sweating.


Acupuncture is only to be administered by a licensed practitioner.

Improper needle placement or defects in the needle can cause soreness and pain during treatment. It’s also important to remain still during the acupuncture process.

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Is it Safe?

Acupuncture is totally safe. It is actually regulated in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In fact, there have been special hyperhidrosis acupuncture needles for licensed practitioners since 1996. The FDA requires the needles to be sterile and non-toxic. And if course, they are not to be reused.

Any Horror Stories?

You’re not going to die using acupuncture to stop excessive underarm perspiration. There have been very few complications associated with hyperhidrosis acupuncture.

However, if conducted by someone who has absolutely no idea what they’re doing, it could be bad. Like, punctured organs, infection, etc. Instances of things like this are VERY RARE amongst licensed practitioners.

If you’re still looking for how to prevent armpit sweat, and you’ve been diligently following Mechanic Method, and it’s been more than 21 days, and you haven’t skipped anything, but you’re still suffering from excessive sweating and hyperhidrosis, give acupuncture a try.

How do I Find a Licensed Practitioner?

That’s easy,
click here. You’ll go to a site called All you do is type in your zip code and push enter, and voila. If you’re from outside of the U.S. you can also put your country in.

Make sure that when you find an acupuncturist in your area, you ask them if they know hyperhidrosis acupuncture techniques. This way they’ll definitely be able to stop excessive underarm perspiration.

Check the Practitioner’s Credentials

Ask the practitioner to give you a list of people they’ve treated for hyperhidrosis with phone numbers. Call the people. Ask them questions. You can ask them anything you want. Here are some suggestions:

  1. Did the acupuncturist make you feel comfortable?
  2. Did it hurt?
  3. Why did you get hyperhidrosis acupuncture?
  4. Did you have excessive underarm perspiration, or did you want to stop a different type of excessive sweating?
  5. Did the treatment work?
  6. If so, how long did it take to work?
  7. Was the acupuncturist open and honest?
  8. Did they answer an questions you asked them?
  9. Were they available when you tried to contact them?

You get the idea. Ask them anything you think would be good to know.

If the hyperhidrosis acupuncturist refuses, or doesn’t have any people, move on to the next one.

Also, perform a simple internet search on the practitioner’s name. Read whatever comes up. If nothing comes up, it could mean that they lack experience.

After you interview two or three practitioners you’ll be ready to make a decision. Then you can start using hyperhidrosis acupuncture to stop excessive underarm perspiration.

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