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What can I do to reduce body odor from exercising?
9 doctors weighed in

Dr. Troy Sedlmeyer
Family Medicine
6 doctors agree
In brief: Life/diet changes
Consider showering with a deodorant soap and using a deodorant or antiperspirant deodorant prior to your workout.
Wear clean and dry socks and shoes. Avoid caffeine and foods with strong or pungent odors such as onions and garlic. Drink water.

In brief: Life/diet changes
Consider showering with a deodorant soap and using a deodorant or antiperspirant deodorant prior to your workout.
Wear clean and dry socks and shoes. Avoid caffeine and foods with strong or pungent odors such as onions and garlic. Drink water.
Dr. Troy Sedlmeyer
Dr. Troy Sedlmeyer
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Dr. M. Christine Lee
Dermatology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Lifestyle changes
Wash your body with antideodorant soap and make sure to clean carefully in creases of body, armpits, groin area, in-between toes, and dry thoroughly.
Use antiperspirant on armpits, hands and feet after showering. Shower immediately after exercise and change into clean clothes, socks and shoes. Rotate shoes, allow shoes to air-dry for 24 hours before wearing again. Avoid garlic, onions, spicy foods.

In brief: Lifestyle changes
Wash your body with antideodorant soap and make sure to clean carefully in creases of body, armpits, groin area, in-between toes, and dry thoroughly.
Use antiperspirant on armpits, hands and feet after showering. Shower immediately after exercise and change into clean clothes, socks and shoes. Rotate shoes, allow shoes to air-dry for 24 hours before wearing again. Avoid garlic, onions, spicy foods.
Dr. M. Christine Lee
Dr. M. Christine Lee
Thank
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