When we sweat, it’s the body’s physical machanism showing that it can regulate the body temperature.


When we sweat, it’s the body’s physical machanism showing that it can regulate the body temperature.

If a person doesn’t seem to sweat in the heat,  they could be suffering from a physical condition and could be in danger.
The sweat will be filled with acid that makes it sticky. This means it contains more acid and fat.

The mechanism is controlled by our brain, which then controls how our blood vessels open and keep our body temperature steady.
An unhealthy person might have too much blood in the area they are not sweating, which could cause dizziness or vertigo, because of the lack of blood flowing to the brain. When this happens the blood can become sticky and form in one spot and cause a blood clot.
The body needs salinity, which is a mix of water and salt. This will help the body function. If the body doesn’t have enough salinity, you might end up with muscle cramps.

When sweating, try not to sweat in large quantities, because it will be hard to build back the body’s salinity and water content.
As the body regulates it’s temperature by sweating, your glands start to take salt from your capillaries. When this happens, it also takes the water from the blood.

If you’re first starting to get back out there and exercise, try 20-30 minutes a day for a week. You will notice the change of your sweat. It might start out oily and salty and then turn more watery, which is clean.

Healthy sweat just allows for your body to prevent heatstroke, heart attack and other dangers. Remember to move daily, to have good healthy sweat, because that means your body is healthy and you can keep illnesses at bay. With only a few weeks of summer left, don’t forget to get outside, enjoy it and sweat.