Health hazards related to sweating or not sweating enough
It is a fact that 60-75 percent of our body is composed of water. Inadequate water intake coupled with excessive sweating could lead to hyperthermia, overheating (heatstroke), extreme loss of electrolytes, kidney damage, other cardiovascular related emergencies, and a drop in muscular endurance and strength.
Therefore, it is important to keep ourselves hydrated, especially during the summer season. It is recommended we replenish ourselves with natural fluids at regular intervals.
While there are several factors that determine how much we sweat during a workout, it is certainly not a measure of the success of the workout or fat loss. The only thing it indicates is that we were active and took a step forward in our fitness journey. For us to achieve the desired results, we cannot ignore the importance of staying consistent with our diet and workout plans. At the end of the day, fitness is a journey, not a destination.