Humble, TX (PRWEB) August 1, 2006
For the more than 8 million Americans who suffer from Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, the current heat wave that is setting record temperatures across the country is a nightmare come true.
Fortunately, for the many Hyperhidrosis sufferers who experience excessive underarm sweat there is now a cure available that won’t just put an end to their embarrassing condition, it will keep it from ever returning again.
The cure was discovered by Mike Ramsey, who began suffering from Hyperhidrosis in high school. Before coming up with his cure, Ramsey tried every possible remedy he could find with no success.
“I tried more than a dozen types of antiperspirants,” Ramsey said. “I tried applying antiperspirants several times a day. I wore undershirts to soak up the sweat before it reached my outer shirt. When one undershirt wasn’t enough, I tried wearing two undershirts. When I was in my car (alone) I would hold up my arms, aligning them with the air conditioner vents, allowing cold air to flow up my sleeve to cool and dry my armpits. When sitting at my desk I tried to keep my arms away from my sides so that my shirt had less contact with my underarms and wouldn’t soak in the sweat so quickly. I took showers morning and night. Sometimes I would come home during lunch to shower as well.
“I wore oversized shirts for better ventilation and to keep my underarms from contacting my shirt. (This didn’t work because the sweat would just drip down to my sides and create wet marks near my waistline),” Ramsey continued. “I brought clean undershirts to work and changed several times daily. I purchased a device that pushes electric currents through your skin and supposedly stops underarm sweat for a period. I never found out whether it worked or not because it was incredibly uncomfortable to use, and I knew this was not the solution to my problem."
Ramsey was about to give up hope of ever being rid of his embarrassing condition when he and his wife attended a fateful seminar on natural health.
“The seminar actually didn’t have anything to do with excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis,” Ramsey said. “But what the speaker said got me to thinking and soon led to my discovery.”
Ramsey’s discovery was practical and unique treatment approach that permanently gets rid of a person’s excessive underarm sweat problem – naturally and without side effects.
Ramsey’s process, which he details in his new ebook, “Stop Sweating and Start Living: A Practical Guide to Ending Your Underarm Sweat Problem,” is made up of three simple steps, takes about 30 seconds a day to complete and relies on readily available and inexpensive products. According to Ramsey’s latest statistics, the method has proven effective for 96 percent of those who have tried it.
Ramsey adds that the process is easy for a person to incorporate into their morning or evening routine, and he personally guarantees that it will keep a person’s underarm sweat problem away for the rest of their life.
So while Californians are sweltering in a heat wave that has set records across the state … while power outages in St Louis and New York City have residents scrambling to find relief from high temperatures … and while usual havens from the heat, such as San Francisco, see record hot temperatures … there remains hope for hyperhidrosis sufferers everywhere.
“At last, there’s an effective way for anyone to cure their underarm sweat problem - in just two weeks - without prescription drugs or risky surgery,” Ramsey said.
To learn more about “Stop Sweating and Start Living,” please visit http://www.preventsweating.com, where the ebook is also available for purchase.