Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Sweating: Its Importance To Our Body

Do you work all day in the office in front of the computer? And there's no way you are hitting that 10,000 steps mark for a day to sweat out?  If your answer to both questions are yes, you are most likely to be overweight and sickly. But if you're not, you're lucky.

Having a physical activity is definitely key in sweating. On the other hand, you would not sweat no matter how you move if your whole body is dehydrated. Therefore, drinking lots of water can trigger that generous sweating you are looking forward to experience.

#1 Healthy glowing skin

Skin experts say they can easily identify whether  a person is properly hydrated with just one look at his or her skin. In the same manner, they can tel whether a person exercises to sweat through the looks of his or her skin. The entire skin in our body is filled with pores. When they get blocked by the dirt around us, the toxins stay inside our bodies. Sweating is a good way to release those toxins out of our bodies.

# 2 Relief from overheating

Sweating gives our bodies freedom from overheating. When we feel hot inside, we start to sweat as this is the way through which our bodies adapt to the surrounding temperature and keep us from fainting due to heat stroke.

# 3 Stronger body

This related to the release of toxins due to sweating. Our internal organs can be covered with toxins and they signal us about it when we have fever. There are times when resting and taking medicine do not help. Rather, sweating takes the illness out of our bodies.