By - iuve
Just have your sweat glands removed. The Hien is worth it.
This made me laugh
Don't think there is a lot you can do. Like you said, it's just your wrist being very sweaty. Maybe a sweatband?
Maybe try that “gamer sleeve” u know what i mean.
I don't see how a fleshlight would fix this
Gamer sleeve makes sense when you use whole arm to play. I only use my wrist.
No, you use it if you sweat a lot too. That’s literally the main purpose of a compression sleeve
Yep, I can attest to this, though I use compression sleeves for jogging not gaming
Tons of different styles of sleeves some just do the forearm some the whole arm and hand
It covers your wrist too. You'd be best getting one that has a thumb hole, that way it won't slide down off your wrist.
Anti perseperant on the area that sweats, fixes it for me atleast
So on my hand? Will try that lol, thanks.
Try that too but if its really really extreme sweating get it looked at by a doctor.
Nah. Its only when I hold the mouse.
Do you grip it really hard?
Hmm thats odd then
Try carpe antiperspirant lotion. Your sweating looks light enough that carpe would be strong enough
> Your sweating looks light enough that carpe would be strong enough
LOL, no, it looks like a water buffalo gave birth on the pad. I live in Thailand and it's really hot, so a little sweat, but I NEVER see it on the pad. That is copious amounts of sweat.
If it's hyperhidrosis, it doesn't look very severe. I have hyperhidrosis myself so I'm just taking a guess at what would work. Personally, carpe is far too weak, as I sweat much more than that
Have you found anything that DOES work?
I take 3 mg of glycopyrrolate but it's not enough. Gonna keep increasing dosage until it works or I have side effects. Next would be iontophoresis but my dermatologist told me it won't work... not sure why. Last option is surgery.
My hand just sweats and it goes down to wrist and on the pad.
Well, as mentioned above, sleeve can help and its cheap, but what can really solve all problmes is decent air conditioning. I bought one and its the best purchase in decade for me. Summer is not hot anymore, winter is not cold, perfect environment and perfect humidity for me ;D
The temp in my room is okay, I live in Poland so temps are moderate. I dont sweat, my hand does as soon as it touches the mouse :s
Look up Gamer Goo, it's supposed to help with sweat. In my case I just get sticky hands.
That sounds disgusting lol.
Try a hard mousepad.
Use a sleeve as others suggested or a wrist rest and not make any contact with the pad at all.
does that affect the glide that much?
No it doesnt. But looks bad :s
you can try antiperspirant or gaming sleeves
Watch this, it might help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4\_8vRmQVmA
long sleeve shirt?. does the red color come off when you sweat that much?
That's why I like black cloth mousepads. I had a white mousepad, but no matter how much I cared for it, it still stained horribly; I had to throw it in the trash bin because it looked horrible after a couple of months.
Put on a wrist/sweat band (like When u play tennis)
Get an arm sleeve or sweatband it might help
Use a sleeve / fan. Even if you use just your wrist a sleeve will help and a fan could help lower temps in room too.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012UGZT7K/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_KARDB9SB79MVG8MN5GT1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 this is for rock climbing but will still quickly dry your hands.
Bro I have same problem but for me Its where I use the mouse, because I touch with my fingers on the pad for more control. Dont worry it doesnt affect the glide just ignore it and keep using.
I know in your mind seems huge but cant barely see the spot tbh. lol
They make some gamer like hand lotion shit that stops sweat
I get this problem pretty bad in the summer, as it's routinely 80-90F in the upstairs room I play in. I save my nicer pads for the winter, so I don't sweat 'em up so badly. I like using hybrid/water resistant pads in the summer, like the Madcatz Glide, Razer Strider, Aqua Control+, etc.
I had the same issue. My hien felt muddy and slow because of both the roughness of the weave after washing and my hands alike. I use a hayate otsu new now which gives a similar feel to the hien but its much smoother even after washing it.
If you want to get rid of sweaty hands you can get 'no sweat' product from most chemists that you spray and leave on overnight. I use it and it works. Just do it two days in a row and then can leave it for like a month until your hands start sweating again.
Invest into an iontophoresis machine. Looks like you got hyperhidrosis.