Control of sweating rate while exercising in the heat.

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All of the heat produced during exercise in a hot environment is either stored in the body or dissipated to the environment by evaporation of sweat. In order to minimize the storage of heat, thereby resisting circulatory strain, the body must be able to effectively increase sweating rate in these conditions. This paper characterizes the physiological… (More)

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