Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Sweat (and More!)

Ever wondered if you sweat more than the normal person? Why sweat from some areas (ew) smells worse than when it’s from other areas? And what you can do about it if you are a hot, sweaty mess even when you’re not in the gym? This infographic from Fitness Review breaks it all down!

Learn anything new? I didn’t know that about caffeine and sweat. Good thing I don’t mind working up a good sweat at the gym — not sure I’ll ever give up my morning cup of Joe. Ha! —Jenn

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  1. Healastic says:

    Clearly a beautifully designed info-graphic it is, Yes sweating is a natural process to cool down the body temperature that may rise due to the excessive physical activities or due to the increase in the external temperature. Normal sweating is good for our body although sweating a lot may be problem for some people, One must drink a lot of water to overcome the dehydration. There is another option for people with excessive sweat they can take benefits from compression clothing that is well designed to absorb the body sweat.

  2. Trendy says:

    Hi Jenn,
    I am a victim of Apocrine Gland its disturbed me everyday while i am in a university class and in a gathering. Sweat is a part of our body but no one posted this type of article before you are genius i very appreciate on your choice you posted a great article i like this post thanks for sharing.

  3. The connection between caffeine and sweat was new to me as well–but I’m with you, my coffee is worth sweating for! Thanks for sharing this infographic.