Yes, it’s more difficult to cool down through sweating when humidity is high. Sweating keeps the body at a stable temperature by cooling it as the moisture evaporates from the skin. However, if the air around the skin is already filled with moisture, it becomes harder for the sweat to evaporate. If the sweat doesn’t evaporate, then your body cannot cool down. Hope this makes sense!
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