What Is Sweat Made of?

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Sweat is made of almost entirely water with some small amounts of other chemicals such as ammonia, urea, salts and sugar. Ammonia and urea are the end products when the body breaks down protein.
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Sweat is made of mostly water, it contains small amounts of ammonia, urea, salts and sugar. Sweat by itself does not give off any odor, its the mixing of bacteria that is on your skin and the sweat that turns it stinky.
Sweat is your body's natural way of cooling itself off. It consists of water and a bit of salt. Your body is simply trying to get itself back to its normal temperature.
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