Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Does Sweating Cause Body Odor?

Popular belief has it that sweating causes body; however, that might not always be the case because many people who sweat a lot do not have body odor, while many who do not sweat seem to have problems with it.

Although it is true that body odor generally increases while one sweats, it does not necessarily mean that it is the cause of it. The reason the odor increases is not because of the sweat, but rather, by the toxic waste material that is excreted along with the sweat. The more toxins that are stored in the body, the worse the odor will be.

Therefore, sweating should never be stopped in the attempt to tackle body odor. Instead, it should be promoted in order to allow the body to release as many of those toxins as possible. For once the toxins are gone, the odor will be gone as well.

For more on the subject visit the following links:

Does Sweating Cause Body Odor - This article covers the different types of sweat glands and their purpose, and goes into more details on how the toxins get into the body.

Natural Remedies for Body Odor - Discover some of the natural ways that you can remedie body odor without harmful chemicals.

Diseases that Cause Body Odor - Sometimes body odor can be caused by diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, kidney problems and other problems with other eliminating organs. Find out how those diseases contribute to the odor.

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