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Use an antiperspirant-based grip solution - for example, I use something called Carpe (amazon link) that prevents my hands from sweating. I bought mine at a tennis store, and you know tennis players sweat pretty heavily playing outdoors in the heat!
Stuff like liquid chalk absorbs sweat, tite grip/iTac basically just makes your hands stickier, and Dry Hands does a bit of both -- neither help when you're super sweaty!
I have very sweaty feet and struggled with this with canvas, too. I found leather was much better for me.
That said, I have used this cream for my sweatiness that you can buy from Amazon and it works pretty well (and is immediate--you don't have to keep applying it regularly to have it work). [link]
Here's a link to the Carpe deodorant lotion on Amazon
Ive never suffered from sweaty hands but ive heard this works to lessen or even make if stop. Im sure you can get it at your local pharmacy.
I have very sweaty hands sometimes. I've recently picked up antiperspirant hand lotion to see if it helps and it definitely makes a difference. I still get a bit clammy but it's much more manageable.
The lotion I bought is from Carpe at [link]
It's expensive though. If anyone has a cheaper solution to sweaty hands, I'd love to hear it.
I use this:
I have Hyperhidrosis. It works pretty good. I say its reduces sweat by about 70%. Makes cueing a lot smoother. I have stopped wearing a glove, except in super humid weather.
HIII I HAVE A FIX FOR YOUR PROBLEM. I have hypeerhydrosis in my hands, so bad that half the time I can’t use anything touch screen. I’m an avid pc gamer and work on a computer.
It’s called carpe hand lotion. Make sure to wash and dry your hands well before applying a pea sized amount and rub it in really good and it will help. It changed my life. I used to not shake hands with people and now I can!!
You might like the hand lotion stuff I started using recently. It feels kinda gross on your hands, and you have to put it on during the day, right before aerials is no good, but it really does help. I straight up forgot to use any dry hands at a hammock class after a couple days of it.
I don't have hyperhidrosis, but my hands get clammy before dates/interviews, and after taking coffee. I'd recommend trying this out.
There are a few antiperspirant hand lotions on the market. I've tried Carpe with pretty good success as long as you apply it 10 minutes prior to getting sweaty. I've used it for crossfit, disc golf, ball golf, and softball. When using it during crossfit, I found that sometimes I still needed to chalk up, but not nearly as often and it lasted much longer. I'd use it a competitions and it would last most of the day. I don't use it for crossfit much anymore because I couldn't justify paying for it when I have buckets full of chalk to play in. I still use it for the other sports though.
One thing to note is that it doesn't completely stop sweaty palms, but reduces it significantly. That's a good thing though because if you didn't sweat at all, it would probably create more friction. More friction leads to more blisters and tears.
I wonder if it was something more than humidity like over-exertion/fatigue or nerve issues. I always have some climbers chalk in my bag for really humid days. The last few weeks I've also been trying out a new antiperspirant lotion called Carpe that seems to work pretty well for reducing sweaty hands during a round. There are so many options for mitigating the affect of humid days that it makes it hard to believe that's what was messing up McBeast.
Carpe Antiperspirant Hand Lotion, A dermatologist-recommended, non-irritating, smooth lotion that helps stop hand sweat, great for hyperhidrosis or excessive sweat [link]
I have had this condition all my life and it hasn't impacted me much as a teacher I always have tissues available to wipe my hands and I use Carpe, I keep a tube in my draw at school and it works well for parent /teacher meetings
Years ago I dated a girl that had the same problem but I can’t remember the brand she used. But I did find this on Amazon.
my hands sweat violently when i hold anything. playing smash with my friends sucks cuz their joycons are always soaked when they get them back lol. fucks up my aim a lot too because my hand slips all the time. i got this off of amazon a few years ago and totally forgot i had it until last week. helps a ton but dries the fuck out your hands. you just put a pea sized dot on your hands and rub it in. feels sticky at first but dries in like 30 seconds. it lasts a full gaming session easily. it usually lasts me the whole day but gradually wears off throughout the day. some of it comes off when you wash your hands too, but not much. i recommend it if you have sweaty ass palms like me.
edit: here's the link . it's 15 bucks but will last you awhile because you only need to use a very small bit of it.
I really enjoy these straps. They get better the more you use them
I also use this for anything grip related. It's kinda like liquid chalk but I much prefer this and it holds up very well for all my lifts
For sweaty palms I highly recommend this
If you haven't tried this .It helped a ton with a buddy of mine with hyperhidrosis
This stuff actually works really well.
found this stuff specifically for this for hands - I've heard mixed reviews, I'll order some and let you know...
I just saw this on Amazon, never used it myself but look it up
Antiperspirant hand lotion
Carpe Antiperspirant Hand Lotion, 1.35 Ounce [link]
Carpe antiperspirant hand lotion
Key is to wash your hands with soap and hot water, then dry them completely , then apply