Why Does Sweating Lower Body Temperature?

Sweat is a body fluid that contains salts and other substances. It plays an important role in regulating the body’s temperature, by helping to cool it down when its core becomes too warm. When you sweat, your blood vessels dilate and the sweat pores open up so that water can be released into the air around you. This opens up paths for oxygen to enter your body through capillaries – small blood vessels which bring nutrients and waste products from one place in your body to another (such as between muscles). Sweating also helps move heat away from parts of your skin such as your forearm or armpit where they would otherwise become too hot; this loss of heat is called vasodilation (dilated blood vessels). Your body has special mechanisms to control perspiration levels: levels vary depending on whether conditions are hot or cold outside and how active you feel: If it’s very hot outside then you will lose less water than if it’s colder out; but if it’s really cold then you will burn more calories during physical activity because there is much less energy needed for walking/biking/running etc…

If sweating occurs particularly easily, especially under clothing, there might be a problem with something interfering with normal sweating function – either internally or externally. Many viruses cause fever blisters inside the mouth or nose at times of high fever – these do not have serious effects but doctors advise avoiding sharing lip balm with others because people

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