The condition, called anhidrosis, may not seem serious, but it can be dangerous, since not being able to perspire
can result in overheating, dizziness, weakness, heat-related muscle cramps, and heatstroke during the summer months or if you are exercising.
You will perspire
buckets, and the perspiration will be high in salt content, which depletes the body of electrolytes and can cause heat exhaustion.
The treatment works by the heat penetrating deep into the tissue causing the body to perspire
and release toxins and is a lot more comforting and relaxing than that sounds.
Leafy networks Using an artificial model of a leaf, scientists unveil a mathematical principle underlying how leaf veins are arranged to enable plants to perspire
as fast as possible (SN Online: 6/30/08).
1 : to give off salty moisture through the pores of the skin : perspire
They feel hurt and happiness, and breathe and perspire
like human beings.
Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration, as staying well hydrated will help prevent chafing by allowing you to perspire
We live in a warm, desert area so people perspire
, and need a strong perfume," Shahnawaz added.
Cotton is not comfortable to wear in the wintertime because when you perspire
, it freezes to your skin and creates a chill.
Dark, binding clothes don't allow you to perspire
, which is the body's way of cooling itself down.
The list marks the fourth consecutive year the company has ranked the cities where residents are prone to perspire
during the summer.
q: Hey Flo, like many of my friends, I perspire
a lot during the warm summer months.
The higher the SPF factor, the longer you will be protected - you should always apply sunscreen on a regular basis though, as it will get rubbed off Sunscreens with SPF numbers higher than 15 may work better for people who are fair-skinned, live at high altitudes, work or play outdoors for much of the day, or perspire
heavily Swimming and perspiration reduce the actual SPF value of many sunscreens - even those that are water-resistant - so you have to reapply the product often To get the maximum protection from your sunscreen, apply at least one large handful about 30 minutes before you go outside, and reapply after swimming, towelling yourself dry or participating in any vigorous activity that causes heavy perspiration
In bars and restaurants they perspire
more and put a strain on the furniture.
Anticipating the worst kind of bored tantrums from Number Two son, I began to perspire
even more in the steamy tent.