If we are dehydrated do we sweat as much as we would otherwise?



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    No. Since your body is trying to conserve as much fluid as possible your body sweats significantly less than it would normally. This is one of many signs that you are dehydrated, although usually it is only noticed at extreme levels of dehydration. 

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    No, your body will slow down other processes that dispose of water as well. Under severe dehydration you might experience decreased sweating, decreased urination, dry mouth, and dry skin.

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