7 Things Your Sweat Is Telling About Your Health 

Sweating is the production of fluids secreted by the sweat glands in the skin—it is your body’s built-in cooling system. The explanation is simple: when your body temperature rises, the nervous system gives your sweat glands free way and moisture appears onto your skin, cooling you down in the process.

For sure, nobody likes to battle with sweat because depending on what you’re eating, your sweat can stink. Even if your perspiration annoys you, it can tell you many things about yourself and your health.

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