Sweating is often a natural mechanism of our body to regulate our internal temperatures whenever the external temperatures change.
If it is too cold, our body tries to produce heat. Meanwhile, if it is very hot, your body produces sweat in order to cool you off. However, excessive sweating may also occur among different individuals.
During these times, sweating ceases to become normal because it becomes excessive already. This kind of disorder actually affects plenty of people. But there are actually a number of natural ways where one can prevent sweating.
First, you can try using an antiperspirant. What an antiperspirant does is to prevent sweating with the use of specific chemicals that inhibit your sweat glands from producing sweat.
You can find an assortment of antiperspirants but you will notice that most of them all contain aluminum chloride.
Second, you can try losing weight if you are on the heavy side.
If you have too much adipose tissues (just a fancy way of saying fats), you actually produce more heat which makes you feel warm. Notice that a person who has lots of fats does not feel cold as easily as a thing person would. This is because the fats serve as a barrier that dissipates the coldness by producing heat.
You can also try limiting your alcohol consumption every time you are out in town during the night.
Alcohol actually elevates you body temperature. In order for you to not feel the cold, your body tells you to sweat more to cool you down.
The last tip that I can give you is to avoid drinking too much sugar. Coffee is traditionally a stimulant. The components of coffee such as caffeine and sugar both contribute to that.
As a stimulant, it makes your heart pump faster and increases your body temperature causing your to sweat.