Tried Everything To Stop Excessive Sweating But No Results!

Location: North Carolina

Hello, my name is David and I’m currently living in North Carolina.

Just about 4 months ago I started to sweat really bad under my arms. Ive tried everything so far (I think).

I’ve tried those new over-the-counter antiperspirants from Degree, and another brand as well. So far none of them has worked at all!!!

When I sweat..I really SWEAT!!!

It’s always there. It was snowing outside and I went outside (with just a shirt on) and sweat was running down my underarms!

It’s very nasty and embarrassing to me. My under arms get so bad that it literally looks like I just got out of a pool or something. I dont know what to do.

I really don’t understand the whole “Stacking” process. I have changed my deodorant and I work out a lot and i changed my diet as well and nothing so far…I was wondering could you help me out some.

If you cant I understand but if so than awesome!!!!

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One response to “Tried Everything To Stop Excessive Sweating But No Results!”

  1. Chris says:

    Hey David,

    Worry not my friend. For every problem (even hyperhidrosis), there is a solution.

    In your case, Bro, follow the plan. I know you found this site through YouTube. And I know you haven’t read anything about our method (which we call ‘Mechanic Method’ cuz’ our last name’s Mechanic).

    But click on the button on the left that says “How We Cured It”. Read that article. You’ll find that it’s a 4-step process.

    1. Doctor
    2. Body
    3. Mind
    4. ‘Stackers’

    See, that’s probably why you don’t understand how stacking can stop excessive sweating (cuz’ you haven’t read it, silly!).

    If I were in your shoes, I’d probably want to try Certain-Dri. It’s a little more powerful than the Degree stuff.

    But then, you’re going to want to visit a doctor. The doctor will probably give you Drysol, or another prescription antiperspirant. These work just like regular antiperspirants, except they’re way stronger.

    About 60% of hyperhidrosis patients find that Drysol helps.

    Don’t even worry about understanding ‘Stacking’ yet. First, go to the Doc, then read about ‘Your Body’ and ‘Your Mind’ (both tabs on the left), then worry about ‘Stacking.’

    Thanks for your question, Bro, and I hope everything works out for ya.

    Chris Mechanic

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