I sweat!

Dear Suzie, i have a sweate problem and im only 14 i swate all the time even when it is cold i sweate can you please give me some advicep p.s i am fritend if people see my sweate undermy arms in school please help me.thankyou from enonomouse

Actually, the point is you have a sweat problem BECAUSE your 14. It’s a common problem for young people in the teenage years. You may have a problem with excessive sweating or it may simply be that you’re noticing the natural changes that occur as you become an adolescent. Children don’t sweat. Adults do. As your body makes that gradual and then suddenly overwhelming leap from a child’s body towards one of a grownup, all the bumps and lumps and secretions and bits and pieces that adult bodies have and kids bodies do not can seem surprising, confusing and outlandish.

You sweat when you’re hot. You also sweat when you’re nervous or stressed, and the more nervous and stressed you feel the more you will sweat. You won’t be the only one – most teenagers have a problem with this at one time or other.

There are two ways to deal with it. One would be to ask at your local pharmacy for a deodorant that is specially designed to manage this situation. There are two – Driclor and Anhydrol Forte. Follow the instructions and you’ll find they do help. I know – I’ve used one of them!

But the other way is to tackle your lack of self confidence and your stress. Remind yourself all teenagers feel anxious and nervous. It’s a natural part of growing up and it’s something we all have to deal with. Focus on the things you’re good at, the things you like to do and work on reminding yourself you are a special person and one who can cope with life. It might help to talk it over with your Mum or a trusted teacher or a friend who cold help boost your esteem. Good luck!

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