“Sweating is one part of puberty. When your body starts to change, roughly 3 million sweat glands become more active. This is especially true for glands in the armpits and groin and on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. At the end teens probably won’t sweat excessively after the adolescent years. In the meantime, it is important take a bath or shower daily, be sure to wear underarm pads that help absorb sweat and avoid embarrassing underarm stains.”
-PEOPLE THAT REGULARLY EXERCISE
"We're born with between two and four million sweat glands. Women have more sweat glands than men, but men's glands are more active. How much you sweat depends on your gender, the number of sweat glands you have (more glands equal more sweat), how hot it is, how intensely you're exercising, or how anxious you feel."
-PEOPLE WITH EXCESSIVE SWEATING
“Excessive sweating that affects large areas of the body and that occurs while you're awake and asleep is likely a side effect of a drug or a sign of a disease or condition, anxiety or overactive thyroid.”
-PEOPLE WITH THE HYPERHIDROSIS DISORDER
“Excessive daytime sweating of the palms, soles and underarms for no apparent reason is known as focal hyperhidrosis. This type of excessive sweating typically stops when you're sleeping and isn't associated with an underlying condition.”
“At least 3% of the global population suffers from excessive sweating, aka hyperhidrosis. How many people is 3% is equal 211,410,000. That's right: at least 211 MILLION people.”
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The above materials were used from the following:
-BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO HAVE BUSINESS DRESS CODE
(no yellow stains from sweat; clothes last longer). Underarm pads are the perfect product to protect yourself from embarrassing sweat spots on your clothes during your special moments, such as business meetings and presentations.
- ANYBODY ATTENDING SPECIAL OCCASIONS,
such as gala presentations, business presentations, graduations, weddings and so on.
- WOMEN who want to limit their exposure to potential carcinogens in beauty products, deodorants in particular.
-MENOPAUSE WOMEN (experience hot flashes regularly)
-BREASTFEEDING MOMS (great way to limit the exposure to chemicals; sweat more than usual when nursing)
“It's common to perspire a lot in the weeks after giving birth, especially at night. Sweating is one of the ways your body gets rid of the extra water you retained during pregnancy. Your kidneys are responsible for most of the purging, which means you'll be urinating more than usual for the first week after you give birth. But your pores also work overtime to shed the extra water. The emotional stress of new motherhood might be causing you to sweat more, too. And though no one knows for sure, it's possible that the dramatic drop in estrogen that occurs right after delivery also contributes.
Even after the water weight is gone, you may continue to sweat more than usual if you're nursing. Again, the cause is not well studied or understood, but theories include hormonal and metabolic changes associated with breastfeeding. Postpartum sweating can last several weeks after delivery, and it tends to last longer in moms who are breastfeeding.”
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR US TO PROVIDE A PRODUCT THAT SAFE TO USE AND HAS PROTECTION THAT CAN HELP ABSORB SWEAT AND PREVENT EMBARRASSING UNDERARM STAINS FOR BUSINESS MEN/WOMEN; EXPECTING/NEW MOMS; WOMEN WHO GO THROUGH A DELICATE STAGE (MENOPAUSE); TEENS; PEOPLE WITH EXCESSIVE SWEATING & HYPERHIDROSIS DISORDER.