Guys are renowned for being the smellier, sweatier sex. But is there any truth behind this notion? Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2016
Sweating is often associated with heat. And it’s true — you sweat when exposed to high temperatures to help cool down. As sweat droplets evaporate from your skin, they take body heat away with it, producing a cooling effect.
But why do some people sweat like a faucet in the heat while others seem to glisten? Continue reading
Sure, sweating bullets at work or in front of friends is embarrassing and uncomfortable. But have you considered the strain it puts on your wallet?
When you crunch the numbers — the cost of expensive antiperspirants, ruined dress shirts and undershirts and other failed products — the price of armpit sweat is downright disturbing. Over the course of a year, dealing with excessive armpit sweat or the medical condition hyperhidrosis can easily eat up thousands of dollars.
But there is something you can do about it. Continue reading
Working out is a great way to start the day feeling accomplished, relaxed and energized. But if you struggle to cool down after working up a sweat in the morning, your morning shower might actually be the gateway to a sweatier, more stressful day. Continue reading