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10 Home Remedies for Body Odor


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Practice Good Anger Management
Just Breathe!
Just Breathe!
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Anger, anxiety and excitement increase sweat production. If you've felt that prickling under your arms at the beginning of a big exam or when someone panic stops in the car ahead of you on the interstate, you know about stress-induced sweating. Consider learning and practicing techniques like meditation and visualization that can help you keep your cool under stressful circumstances. This is a winner on a number of levels: You'll help control your body's sweat response using natural techniques; you'll save your wardrobe; and as an added bonus, you'll be practicing a little Zen action at the same time.