At some point or another many people have felt self-conscious about the way they smell, unexpected things are what are contributing factors to your body odour.
Below are some of those expected things that give you those annoying body odour.
Too much stress: “If your stinkiness has you stressing out, it’s safe to say you’re only making it worse, stress causes one to produce sweat and odour, so it’s time to take a nice, deep breath”.
Spicy foods: “The smell comes from how our bodies break down these spices and spicy foods, components in a lot of aromatic spicing are very fat soluble, so they’ll get stored in your body fat and get into your sweat and saliva and they’ll influence body odour over time”.
Your favourite bra: “The problem comes if that bra doesn’t get a break, bras sit on areas of the skin that are prone to sweat, like the chest and breasts, they’re also not usually made of breathable fabric that wicks away moisture and the result is sweat trapped in the fibers of the bra, causing a smell, the moisture can make bacteria and fungus overgrow”.
Not washing your clothes enough: “Washing clothing regularly decreases the number of bacteria available to break down our sweat into odor-causing byproducts”.
Not wearing socks: “When you wear sneakers without socks, your feet heat up and start to sweat. When there is no ventilation, that smell stays with both your feet and your new kicks”.
Certain medications: “Unfortunately most medications come with a long list of potential side effects, and even more, unfortunately, some of them can make you smell”.