Mike Ramsey, who began suffering from excessive sweating, also called hyperhidrosis, in high school, has published an ebook detailing a simple three-step plan that when followed allows anyone to cure their excessive sweating problem in two weeks or less.
"It’s true," said Ramsey, author of "Stop Sweating and Start Living: A Practical Guide to Ending Your Underarm Sweat Problem." "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’s method is a three-step, all-natural technique that he developed after attending a seminar on natural health.
"The technique is highly practical, safe and effective, it takes just a minute a day to perform and can be easily worked into anyone’s daily routine," said Ramsey.
Ramsey's discovery comes on the heels of new research that indicates nearly 8 million Americans - almost 3 percent of the U.S. population - routinely suffer from excessive sweating, a figure higher than previously believed.
"We're not talking about people who sweat a lot after a good workout," Ramsey said. "These are adults who while sitting at their desk in a cool office, sweat through their T-shirt, their shirt, and maybe even their jacket. These are teenagers who avoid going to dances and parties and on dates because they are afraid to be seen dripping in sweat. These are children who continually drop their bottles or sippy cups because their sweaty palms won’t allow them to maintain a good grip."
What is hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes people to sweat excessively in specific areas -- their underarms, face, palms, or the soles of their feet.
Ramsey's technique works specifically for the underarms.
"After years of struggle with hyperhidrosis, during which time I avoided potential socially awkward situations like dates and parties, I discovered the real reason for my underarm sweat problem … and after two weeks of self-treatment I cured it," Ramsey said. "In fact, in the 10 years since, I have never been self-conscious about raising my arms in public. I have never worn an undershirt to soak-up my sweat, and I have never had a sweaty armpit (except during intense physical exercise)."
In an effort to help others who suffer from hyperhidrosis, Ramsey explains exactly how he was able to cure his excessive sweating problem on the pages of “Stop Sweating and Start Living."
"In this ebook, readers will learn exactly how I, and others who have used my system, stopped underarm sweat for life," Ramsey said.