Hi Again! Turns out I'm wrong, lots of people don't sweat. The info I found says that some people don't sweat their bodies cool differently. I'd still see a doctor though, just to make sure it's not something bad.View Thread
Hi, noticed that nobody answered your question either. Same thing is happening to me. I guess our questions aren't interesting enough for the people here. As to your problem, I would go to see a doctor right away. If you're drinking as much as you say and doing all the exercises then you have a problem. I drink about 1 1/2 gallons of water a day, exercise for about 45 minutes a day and I pour sweat and pee all day and half the night. I also drink ginger ale and a concoction my daughter told me about that has cider vinegar, honey and water. If you don't sweat at all then something is wrong I think. You need to see someone about it! Good LuckView Thread
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