Topic: Thermoregulation. Why do we sweat? It is a natural way of our body to take a
bath. No. Sweating helps in thermoregulation. Thermoregulation is the process by which organisms maintain their internal body temperature. Now, the internal body temperature of a human is about 37 degrees Celsius or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Our enzymes and hormones work best at this temperature. Hence, thermoregulation is very important
for us. Well, If you ask my opinion, chocolate syrup is very important for me. Just listen. On a sunny day or during exercise, when our body temperature increases, our sweat glands produce sweat. This sweat is about 99% water. Water is a very good heat absorbent. It absorbs much of our body heat and evaporates into the atmosphere. Helping us lose heat and thus maintaining our body temperature.