Why sweating is good for you…

Sweating can be embarrassing if you’re at school, work, or spending a night out on the town. Sweat marks and the stench could leave you in a pit of embarrassment but could also be beneficial to your health. Sweating helps boost the iimmune system and give us healthy-looking skin.

Dr. Adebola Dele-Michael, a dermatologist at Radiant Skin Dermatology and Laser in New York City told Medical Daily in an email: “Sweating is the way the body and the skin protects itself from overheating. Sweating also increases the blood circulation in the body.” The drips of perspiration is proof our body has a built-in mechanism for keeping cool, which can help open up and unclog pores. The droplets consist primarily of water, as well as concentrations of sodium and chloride, and potassium to an extent, according to HowStuffWorks.

Don’t be afraid to sweat it out with these six health benefits that actually don’t stink.

Or even better, just turn up to any of our wonderful Warm or Hot sessions at Feel Wellbeing and let your skin & body breathe!

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