We may work out or not, but the body gets used to sweating more the more we move and also the more time we spend in warm climates. If we don’t perspire we do not cool the body off. A breeze sweeps upon the sweat and allows the body’s natural cooling system to kick into place. Our electrolyte minerals are released when we sweat. When on a fat loss program, the fat cells shrink and release excess water from them through the urine and sweat. That’s why it is so important to add a well rounded lifestyle change to our fat loss protocols, not only use diet strategies. When we have a rise in the hormone cortisol in the morning, we sweat as well, the temperature rising as an aid to waking us up for the day. If we are ill, the sweat is a sign that the body is increasing in temperature to kill off any virus or infection. Actually, I would be worried if humans didn’t sweat!
I hope this helps you, dear readers.
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