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4 Reasons Why Sweating is Important

19th April

What is sweat?

Sweat is a natural product of the process of body temperature regulation, also referred to as thermoregulation. This process is triggered by physical activity, overheating, stress and other strong emotions; as well as pregnancy, illness or something as simple as eating spicy food.

Our brain sends a signal to millions of sweat glands on our body, that sit within two main types of sweat glands; Eccrine and Apocrine. Once the fluid is released from these sweat glands, it evaporates from your skin and in turn lowers your body temperature.

Sweat is an essential a fluid that is made up of water, sodium and other substances that simply work to cool the body down. Sweating is not only necessary, but it’s also important!

Why is sweating important?

Sweat doesn’t only function to regulate your body’s temperature. There are the number of other ways that sweat can help to keep our body healthy

Fighting Bacteria & Viruses

As a natural anti-macrobial, sweat helps to prevent bacteria and viruses from entering your body. This is due to the dermcidin present in your sweat, (an anti-microbial peptide secreted by human eccrine sweat glands onto the skin as a part of the innate host defence of the immune system) that works to lower the number of bacteria on your skin and reduce the chances of an infection.


Speeding Up Healing

Not only does sweat help to fight against infections, if illness does occur, sweat is a catalyst to speed up the healing process. Sweat activates your immune system by increasing your body’s metabolic processes. Arguably, sweat could be seen as part of your immune system and one form of your body attempting to heal itself.

Removing Toxins

We are constantly exposed to toxins in our daily lives. Whether this is from the environment we find ourselves in or through what we consume. Through sweating, our bodies fight daily to reduce the chances of us having toxin-overload which can cause problems such as fatigue or muscle pain.

Promoting Healthy Skin

The reason saunas are so popular! Sweating is an effective deep cleansing method. It draws out toxins located deep within the skin and pushes them to the surface. This, in turn, removes excess dirt, oils and dead skin cells from deep within, working to promote clearer and healthier skin.

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If eating was an Olympic sport, Olly would hold the gold medal. He once fit 15 giant marshmallows in his mouth, consumes exactly 4,000 calories a day and even admits that 90% of his dreams involve food. At Envii, he specialises in all things e-commerce, spending time devising ways to improve sustainability and delivering exceptional service. All whilst eating, of course.

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