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Thread: What to do to stop sweating?
11-05-2008, 11:43 PM #18
I would suggest those who sweat a lot to stop taking any cool drink.
I've suffered this in past 2 months and was told by a pro-shop boss to stop cool drink.
It was really effective after 2 weeks (no cool drink at all).
*this is just a suggestion by me and I recommend you all to try. So dont flame at me. As for myself, life without cool drink, coffee is nothing big deal. There is something more important than that.
11-06-2008, 11:50 AM #19
I think it's perfectly normal to sweat a lot when exercising, but when the sweating goes beyond that, for example when you are doing exactly nothing at normal room temperature then you might be suffering from hyperhidrosis. But first, you might want to check on your BMI and body fat percentage (overweight people tend to sweat more). Also, you might want to check on your thyroid level (you might also suffering from hyperthyroidism).
It has also been known that active sportsman tends to sweat faster than average people. It's just showing that their body cooling system is very efficient.
11-06-2008, 11:54 AM #20
11-06-2008, 09:15 PM #21
yes, cold drink. (typo error, sorry)
I'm a skinny guy with 17 BMI (underweight), and nearly 0% body fat (measured by Tanita body fat analyzer). My height is 178cm and weight is 55kg. I tend to sweat a lot on my forehead, forearm, palm, chest after practicing footwork for 30mins before I start my game.
11-06-2008, 09:23 PM #22
in MAS, nite time will be still around 28C. inside normal hall, it will be like 30C.
drink less during games, this will help to reduce sweat and reduce tiredness.
drink more plain water after your session, to replenish.
11-06-2008, 10:22 PM #23
Try to squeeze in wiping with a towel if permitted :P, (like tennis players).
11-06-2008, 10:29 PM #24
I m playing in normal badminton hall. As you mentioned it is warm inside the hall.
At the moment, I don't sweat a lot after my practice for 30mins (meaning I don't need to keep wiping my forehead, forearm, palm after practice).
More importantly, thank you for your advise~
11-07-2008, 05:12 AM #25
easy...i bring 3 shirts to change sometimes for my sessions...
i don't have sweaty palms...but when i play badminton my palms do get a little moist sometimes and grip is affected. I'm too lazy to get out of court to wipe with a towel so i just use the bottom part of my shirt that's not wet.
11-07-2008, 05:44 AM #26
11-07-2008, 06:31 AM #27
I used to perspire little. Maybe because back then, my matches were'nt really that hard. But now, since I started to play more active, I sweat like a pig. I could squeeze liquid out from my shirt and shorts. But that doesn't bother me much. I just change shirt when it's too drenched.
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