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<div><strong>sweating regulates body temperatue.give reason</strong></div> <div>&nbsp;</div>
Asked by arajeevshashank | 02 Nov, 2017, 01:33: PM
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Sweating is our main mechanism for thermoregulation. If the body is too hot, glands in the skin secrete sweat onto the surface to increase heat loss by evaporation. This released energy enables a decrease of our internal temperature. This cools the body. Sweat secretion slows when the body temperature returns to normal.

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