If you can’t sweat, how do you stay cool? Should you move to a cooler climate? Should you buy a cool vest? What cooling technique works best? We answer these questions and more in this document all about being cool. Image


6 comments on “Hypohydrosis: How To Stay Cool When You Can’t Sweat”

  1. 1
    iji on October 28, 2013

    thanks for posting this article

  2. 2
    mandie on September 6, 2017

    my daughters feet sweat alot and finds it hard to wear heals.
    is there and insole that she can buy to put into her shoe that soakes up
    the sweat?
    can you recommend anything to help her please

    1. 3
      Jodi Edgar Reinhardt on September 7, 2017

      We are not aware of any specific product that would help with the issue you mention. Most of our families have the opposite problem in that they don’t sweat. I’m sure that is a frustrating issue for your daughter. We wish you luck!

  3. 4
    victoria on July 15, 2018

    Hi, the link to the article is broken. Can that be fixed or reposted?

    1. 5
      Jodi Edgar Reinhardt on July 17, 2018

      Hi, Victoria. Thanks for letting me know about the broken link. I have fixed it. Thanks!

  4. 6
    Jenipher Innes on July 17, 2020

    It would be helpful to have information posted that is geared towards adults who need cooling ideas and systems while working. Spending the workday in an Amazon facility, constantly moving, and on his feet all day, in the Oregon Summer heat, my 27 year old son has the problem of overheating. He loves his job, but sometimes takes days off of work due to temperatures in the 90s. I request practical workplace advice be offered.

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