Mens health testicular sweating.?
So lets start I ask because I have no older male I can talk to about it. My testicular area sweats alot, not sick or have any fungal problems. I've seen men in the gym put some kinds of powder on that region but wouldn't powder cause caking which I think might get abit uncomfortable, any type of products...
Asked by Winifred Demeglio 2 years ago.
So lets start I ask because I have no older male I can talk to about it. My testicular area sweats alot, not sick or have any fungal problems. I've seen men in the gym put some kinds of powder on that region but wouldn't powder cause caking which I think might get abit uncomfortable, any type of products work for others? Answered by Adalberto Lanoie 2 years ago.
Having lived in the tropics, I can highly recommend Prantal Powder (diphemanil methylsufate) which is a non-caking powder preventing excessive perspiration and things like jock itch. It's a safe, aluminum free anti-perspirant available from drug stores. You may also like to consider changing the type of underwear you use, to loose fitting boxer shorts, which will provide better circulation around your genitalia. Answered by Carlota Stflorant 2 years ago.
Nuts sweat. They're supposed to, and I'd never try to stop that (and shaved nuts sweat) You didn't say what kind of problem that's causing for you. They'll stay a little cooler and drier if you wear boxers, but sometimes when they're sweaty, they'll stick to your legs. I prefer boxers, but you could try a pair of boxer briefs. Your nuts are gonna sweat. Answered by Jeffie Kujala 2 years ago.
Baby powder, and buy natural cotton undies, not synthetic. The groin is the hottest area of the body; sweating is common down there. Answered by Kathi Partlow 2 years ago.
just try a little baby powder to help you out Answered by Jennine Jessee 2 years ago.
Is sweating partly genetic?
Whenever I practice sports I tend to sweat heavily, and in fact I have this problem with any serious activity. My body weight and cholesterol levels are normal and besides daily consumption of 2-3 beers there's nothing unhealthy about my dietary habbits either. I eat plenty of fruit and veg and little...
Asked by Georgina Peggs 2 years ago.
Whenever I practice sports I tend to sweat heavily, and in fact I have this problem with any serious activity. My body weight and cholesterol levels are normal and besides daily consumption of 2-3 beers there's nothing unhealthy about my dietary habbits either. I eat plenty of fruit and veg and little saturated fat. Which leads me to ask Is the bodies sweat production partly something you are born with.? And is there any way that I can make my body sweat less Answered by Leoma Smeal 2 years ago.
I'd say it was genetic. There is a powder you can buy that can help reduce it. I think it was called Prantal Powder here in Australia. I used to use it sometimes when I was training. Could it be that you are just particularly self-conscious about it ? Or maybe you are training harder than those around you ? It might be worth talking to a doctor if it worries you, they may have a magic pill or cream or something. I wouldn't worry about it, there is something about a sweating martial artist.................. Answered by Joann Bugni 2 years ago.
Some people just sweat more. My dad and my sister sweat a lot, and I don't sweat much. I do think it's genetic. As far as making your body sweat less, I don't know - you might want to wear clothes that "wick" more (look at Patagonia) so that you won't walk around all drenched. Also, the cooler the environment, the better, obviously - your sweat will evaporate. Answered by Linette Kress 2 years ago.
The short answer is yes. Alcohol is a diuretic as well as coffee Coke ect.. Even in moderate amounts. I would not complain too much I have students who overheat to easy because it is difficult for them to sweat enough to to keep body temperature under control. As long as your sweating does not interfere with your training and is not caused by an underlying health issue. The best judge of that is you and your health care pro. Obvious things to consider are blood pressure, age, at rest heart rate, how quickly you recover your at rest heart rate, endurance. If those are in the range you want and there is no underlying disorder. Your good to go. There is one disorder one of my students has and that is sweaty palms. She sweats profusely from the palms. During a work out her hands drip constantly. There is a name for this disorder I cant think of it right now. Some have it in their soles of them feet. There is no cure and only a risky surgery on the nerve in the wrist or ankle can stop it. Better to sweat I think. Answered by Dorinda Majeed 2 years ago.
indeed. there are some genetic factors for sweating. some people don't sweat. aside from trying different antiperspirants and seeing what works best, there's not much else you can do. Answered by Kristi Mallin 2 years ago.
I noticed that my belly button had a bad smell. Now it is crusting..What is wrong?
I clean it everyday, and have always cleaned it everyday. However, it just started crusting after I put the alcohol in it.
Asked by Karl Dennies 2 years ago.
My belly button had a smell, not bad enough to notice on my own, but if I put my finger inside, my finger would smell. I poured a little bit of rubbing alcohol into it, and layed down. I left it there for maybe 30 seconds, then I cleaned it. The next day, and the following days, it has been crusty. Any ideas why? There is no pain coming from it at all. Answered by Pinkie Brunz 2 years ago.
I'm guessing you haven't just recently had your Belly-Button Peirced? What your describing is really quite common in a lot of people, but you most definately should not ignore it okay! & you also most definately should not put any alcahol or metho or anything like that in your naval! Firstly you need to make sure when you shower & rinse off all your soap that you dry everywhere properly (Especially the naval, behind ears, groin area & of course your toes) l say this because what you are experiencing is usually the result of not being dryed properly? or sweating in that area more than usual? But don't panic, after you've cleaned & dryed properly, you can use several products from the Chemist, such as; Clonea or Prantal Powder both of these you will need to re-apply 2-3 times daily until it's all back to normal & no more smell but keep in mind you should always continue to use one of these products for at least 14 days even after the problem seems to be gone as these things are usually just waiting below the surface & the minute you stop applying the Anti-Fungal it usually comes back worse than before? Or if you'd prefer a quicker solution to this Tinea then you can always spend a bit more & use Lamasil!!! You only need to apply this product once per day & not as long as the others? By the way, l called it Tinea before because l have too do the exact same thing otherwise l end up the same & it's what you've got too l'm pretty sure! Give it a try anyway, these products won't harm you so you've nothing to lose! Good Luck!! Regards firstname.lastname@example.org Answered by Nicolette Mireles 2 years ago.
Reason for it is sweat accumulating there! with sweat you get secretions which means you get dirt, dead skin (cells), and other toxins depending on what you eat or drink! what you need to do to make the crust go away is get some hydrogen peroxide (h2o2) and pour a couple drops on it before you take a shower, leave it for 10 minutes so the crust will soften and anything infected (bacteria) dies then take a shower with a small bath towel to scrub all your body, makes it easier to clean the skin!!! what I do I use the green pads for dish washing since it's harder and works better than any scrub body wash!! Now keep yourself clean people will love it!!! Answered by Jacquelyn Barcus 2 years ago.
I thought belly buttons just smelled cause they smelled! Honestly, my belly button has a wierd smell, but not crusting. I just clean it out daily with a cue-tip. Answered by Sandee Arriazola 2 years ago.
Wash yer belly button with soap and water and leave it alone. Make sure 1st with a clean finger that there isn't a little crusty thing lodged on there. Belly buttons have nooks and crannies. Answered by Shanti Meckel 2 years ago.
Even if you clean it in the shower and dry it afterwards, water can get stuck in your belly button. Dip a q-tip in rubbing alcohol and swab your belly button, do this atleast once a week. The rubbing alcohol will dry out any water in there! Answered by Tory Bakes 2 years ago.
Due to hairs around the navel area, dirt gets trapped as well as fluff. It is very important that it is cleaned daily or it can make you sick. Chinese doctors sometimes administer drops to a patient through the navel as it gets into the bloodstream quicker than taking them orally. Remember this is what you lived through for 9 months. Keep it clean and if you are a male, trim the hairs at the entrance of you navel as this will help. Answered by Naida Morden 2 years ago.
get some hydrogen peroxide, lay down on your back, fill your belly button with the peroxide, let it bubble for a few minutes until the bubbling nearly stops, use a paper towel or something to dry it out with, repeat the next day,.. you have either an infection or fungus. they peroxide will usually fix you right up! if that doesn't work, see your doctor! Answered by Kassandra Sumbler 2 years ago.
Your belly button sweats, clean it in the shower, it will stink at the end of the day , but no nead for alcohol. the crusting was probably caused by the alcohol. your ok Answered by Lenore Hesson 2 years ago.
Yeast infection. This is common. To prevent it in the future, make sure to gently get some soap into it every day in the shower. I had this problem in my teen years until I found out what caused it. Careful washing and drying will put an end to it. Answered by Carri Remson 2 years ago.
belly buttons do smell if you dont wash them. and probably crushy cuz of the alcohol. just wash it in the shower, and you shouln't have any problems P.S. why did you stick your finger in there.... and then smell it? lol Answered by Lera Lampinen 2 years ago.