Don't Suffer With Sweaty Balls All Summer - Do Something About It
Heat, humidity, and physical activity all contribute to sweaty balls during the summer months. Not only is the condition uncomfortable, it can cause embarrassing odors, rashes and lower sperm count and quality. A sweaty scrotum can lead to fungal infection too, which leads to more discomfort. So, what's a guy to do? Here are some of the best tips and remedies to help keep your balls cool, comfortable and sweat-free this summer.
Those tight-fitting jeans and underwear your girlfriend or wife likes to see you in aren't doing your balls any favors. In fact, they're going to increase the temperature and humidity of your nether region and create a hot, sticky situation. Loose fitting clothing made of cotton and other absorbent materials will help a little bit. Opt for boxers and loose fitting khaki shorts and slacks instead of whitey tighties and jeans whenever you can.
There's a reason parents use talcum powder on their babies' behinds, it absorbs moisture and keeps them dry. Not surprisingly, it'll do you the same favor, as long as you're not sweating bullets. You don't want to walk around smelling like a baby, so use a mild talcum powder that is not overloaded with perfumes. Besides, strong fragrances can also irritate the skin. Make sure you're clean and dry and dust your balls lightly for the best results.
Hair traps moisture and promotes bacterial growth that can lead to odors and a fungal infection. So, if you are sweating a lot, trim your pubic hair. Granted, it's not the easiest thing to do, after all, you'll probably end up practically standing on your head to do it. However, you'll notice an immediate difference in the amount of air flow your balls get and you'll feel drier. You'll have to re-trim on occasion, but that's a small price to pay for comfort.
Keep it Clean
Another great method for reducing sweat is to shower often using cool water and a mild soap. You may be tempted to use a strong, deodorant soap, but it's not the best idea since it could cause irritation and itching. Regular cleaning with an unscented, mild soap, however, will reduce the potential for bacterial growth and keep you smelling fresh too. Just make sure you dry yourself thoroughly before you put your clothes back on to avoid trapping additional moisture.
Being overweight is a common cause of a sweaty scrotum. If you're packing a few extra pounds, lose the extra weight and you'll likely relieve most of the excessive sweating. Other medical conditions like low blood sugar, an overactive thyroid, a swollen prostate gland and heart attacks can cause your balls to sweat. Make an appointment with your doctor if you're concerned that one of these conditions can be causing the perspiration. A complete check-up may well be in order.
Get a HappySac
By far, the best way to keep your balls dry and comfortable is to use a Happy Sac. It's an innovative, easy to use and utterly awesome bag made of high-performance fabric that you literally put your balls in. It's got a loose fitting elastic band at the opening that gently holds the bag in place so you can rest assured it'll stay where you put it. Not only does the bag keep your junk dry, but also creates a barrier between your legs and goodies so you won't have to un-stick them from your leg. No more chafing, no more sweating, no more irritation, just dry, comfortable balls all day long, no matter what you're doing. It really doesn't get any better than that.
If you're tired of having sweaty balls, you're not alone. It's a common problem facing men every single day. Don't suffer anymore, contact us to learn more about the Happy Sac and how you can benefit from using one. You'll be glad you did, we promise you that.