Well, I searched the forums and couldn't find an answer to this so I'm gonna spit it out. I've noticed different things on different people as a teen. one of them is sweat rings. I don't know why some people get them but i don't. I thought of possible situations that could be why. I don't have armpit hair, I've grown up with all girls in my house(not as much testosterone?), deodorant/anti-perspirant - I don't usually wear it but when i do it doesn't change anything. I don't know why. It could just be a physical thing. I know that I've sweat to the point where other people would get them. I'm not really complaining at all. I'm just curious.
Maybe you just haven't grown to the point where sweating really starts? Or maybe you just naturally don't sweat that much. I haven't sweat so much yet.
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Some people sweat more than others, I think.
I was just curious if there was a specific reason behind why they would sweat differently. I do sweat alot when i go all out in sports and such but there aren't any marks on my clothes. I see people who do have them though and they don't even sweat as much as i do. I've been to the point where it was dripping off my face but didn't have rings.
I think people differ, too, in where they sweat most. I sweat a lot on the forehead and have it dripping off my face but less under the arms.
How wet your clothes get depends on how loose or tight they are. If you are wearing a top that is tight in the armpits it will get much sweatier than one that is loose there, because loose clothes will hang away from the skin.
Also, if your thinking of rings after the sweat dries, that depends on how salty your sweat is. The body exudes excess salt in sweat, so if you eat too much salt in your food your sweat will be saltier and leave more residue when it dries.
My little sister never sweat at all until like a year ago. Which prolly had something to due with puberty, but even now she still hardly sweats at all. I've seen her wear pants and a long sleeve shirt on a 100 degree day and she MIGHT sweat a tiny bit along her hairline, if that. We used to have to hose her down all the time cause she got so over heated.
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