This is a very common problem for people who are overweight or obese. Sweating can be one of the many symptoms of being underweight, having an eating disorder or being depressed. It’s also caused by other health conditions such as hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism and some medications that suppress your body’s ability to regulate its own temperature. If you have any of these conditions then it may be wise to see your doctor first before trying any methods on your own.
There are two main ways to fight the urge to sweat: wearing lighter clothing or exercising more often so that you burn extra calories throughout the day which means less sweating in between showers! While this sounds logical, there are still plenty of people who think they need their fans turned up full blast when they exercise because their bodies produce too much heat without them! I know all about it; I used to think this way myself until my friend (who happens to work at an electronics store) told me how he’d like his air conditioner set higher during summertime days but lower during winter time nights because he doesn’t want his home freezing cold when he gets home after work each night! Since then I haven’t had the same problems with sweating anymore since most air-conditioning units now come with thermostats like those found in refrigerators and freezers where you can change temperatures depending on what time of year it is outside – just another example showing how our