There is no single effect of sweating; it does not cool the body (there is no sweat gland in the brain), and it doesn’t make you lose weight either. Some people like to sit around naked and go on a hot summer’s day, but that isn’t necessary for health reasons. Sweating will do good things for your skin if you’re suffering from eczema or psoriasis (both can be helped with medical treatment by doctors). It will also help keep your heart healthy as well as your lungs, which might seem odd at first, since we don’t normally associate our respiratory system with vital organs such as hearts and lungs! But remember: there are two kinds of blood vessels: arteries and veins. Arteries carry oxygenated blood throughout the body while veins carry deoxygenated blood back to your heart where it is removed from circulation through the venous system again. If they both become clogged up then you will feel breathless, dizzy or faint – just like when someone has an asthma attack due to an undiagnosed condition such as emphysema or bronchitis – unless they manage to clear their circulatory system off properly using a simple technique called deep breathing exercises which many sufferers use anyway without understanding why this works so well at times of stress or anxiety attacks!
Sweating helps remove toxins from muscles too, especially after heavy exercise because these toxins include waste products produced by energy metabolism during exercise such as lactic acid