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    **marclewis** Male

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    Default no sweating

    I do exercise daily but I do not sweat while exercising even in high temperatures. What does it mean?

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    **Steve Xavior** Male

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    You skin pores may not be opened properly. You must try sauna bath for this. I am not sure it will help big but it can let the impurities out of your body through sweating during sauna or steam bath.

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    **Alia Kharbanda** Female

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    Don't you feel some fever? You should try exercice until you sweat


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