The sweat glands are located mainly on the palms, soles of feet and underarms. They help regulate body temperature by releasing excess water from the body. Sweating helps cool down your body when it’s too hot or raises core temperature if it’s too cold. It also keeps our skin moist by removing excess perspiration that may cause itching and rashes. And because perspiration is a natural function of the human system, there should be no reason to feel self-conscious about excessive sweating during exercise or other situations where you want to keep yourself dry and comfortable! The good news is that most people can control their own sweating through lifestyle changes such as drinking more water, avoiding alcohol consumption before workouts which dehydrates you quicker than consuming liquids, staying away from caffeine late in the day as well as eating low moisture foods like fruits and vegetables throughout your day.