If the body is cold, we sweat to keep warm and when it’s hot we perspire also to reduce the effects of heat.
If you don’t have a lot of hairs on your arms or legs then why do people say that “sweating stops short” because they’re still sweaty? This is just another way for society to make us believe that our bodies are not in control and this will help them feel more comfortable with their own actions and appearances. It has nothing to do with thermoregulation: if there was something wrong about how much sweat we produce, we would simply be unable to generate it! But unfortunately, there’s no such problem; otherwise people wouldn’t be able to stay cool spontaneously in the summer by sweating all over (this can even happen at night); nor would bacteria be able cause skin infections like acne-like eruptions. The reason why people say that sweating “stops short” is because they see other people who don’t sweat as much as themselves; but if you actually compare yourself with others’ levels of sweating then you’ll find out very quickly that ours doesn’t stop at all – it just varies from person to person depending on various factors which I’ve mentioned previously in my article Why Can We Sweat? – You Won’t Be Able To Stay Cool If Your Body Is Too Hot Anyway . As for why some parts of our body are capable of producing more perspiration than others, well…that’s pretty obvious so I won’t go