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How Do I Tell My Friend He Ha Body Odor
Be kind: Your his friend so you need to tell him. Be direct. Let him know that you care about him and want the best for him but if you notice, others do too. Let him know this makes you uncomfortable but let him know this can be fixed. Usually it is just a hygiene problem solved by washing body and clothes more frequently and using deodorants. Sometimes there can be medical or dental cause. ...Read more
Forthright: Do whats easy or do whats right ! tell your friend he smells like a goat and gift him a basket of manly soaps, antiperspirants and deodorants.... ...Read more
Not identical: Dogs have very sensitive noses and can detect chemical compounds on the order of one part in a billion. That is why they can track by smell alone. Even identical twins probably won't smell exactly the same because smell also depends on what someone has ingested and it is unlikely that two people will eat/drink exactly the same things. ...Read more
Can be: Caused by poor body hygiene or secondary to food or medication you ingested. Also, make sure that you're not the only one who smells the odor before initiating an investigation. ...Read more
Use deodorant: Every grownup is expected in almost every society to use something to keep their natural odor under control. Right or wrong, it's a fact of modern life, and if you want to keep your job, you need to comply. The 'pop' claim that today's deodorants and antipersperants are terribly bad for you is foolish scare stuff. Shower and put the deodorant on like everyone else. ...Read more
Body odor: Are members of your household or any friends or neighbors making you aware of this or is it only you that feels that way. I would see a doctor for an opinion and, if need be, some lab studies. If you truly have body odor - I have no reason to doubt you - your doctor will either take care of you or send you to a specialist. Your body odor will be controlled even if it takes a long time. ...Read more
Body odour: I can't help you with this without more information. If you are married or have a significant other have they mentioned this to you? If not I would recommend you see your doctor and be examined. If you do go I would like to hear what you learnt. ...Read more
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