Bathe daily. Regular bathing, especially with an antibacterial
detergent or soap, reduces the growth of bacteria on your skin.
Choose clothing to suit your activity. For daily wear, choose
natural fabrics, such as cotton, wool and silk, which allow your
skin to breathe. For exercise wear, you might prefer manmade
fabrics developed to wick moisture away from your skin.
Apply antiperspirants nightly. At bedtime, apply antiperspirants
to palms or soles of the feet. Try perfume-free antiperspirants.
Try relaxation techniques. Consider relaxation techniques such
as yoga, meditation or biofeedback. These practices can teach
you to control the stress that triggers perspiration.
Change your diet. Caffeinated beverages and spicy or strong-
smelling foods may make you sweat more or have stronger body
odor than usual. Eliminating these foods may help...consult dermatologist if no improvements