That’s right. Keep sweating no matter your age nor gender.
Medicines people take create a brain environment that opens doors to Alzheimer and progressive brain impairment diseases.
Sweating clears the clutter of mixed signals in the brain created by those medicines.
If you don’t sweat, you’d better find a way to make that happen on a regular basis.
Many women don’t like to sweat. It’s manly not womanly. That’s a prejudice that’s historically linked to women doing women’s work and men doing men’s work, that held women back.
Sweat and love it. You have sweat glands for a reason – to rid the body of toxins as well as cool it down when the body gets too hot. Keep those glands working for you. Don’t shut them down.
Once a week I wear my sweat/sauna suit all day and evening – usually on Sunday. If it’s too cold in the apartment I turn the heat up. And I sweat. And I love it. Then I replenish with filtered water.
Sometimes before going to bed I’ll take two acetaminophen – 500 mg. each. They help me sleep through the pain I’m in, but they also have as a side effect sweating. I wake up in the middle of the night soaking wet every time – from head to feet. By morning I’m feeling refreshed, cleansed. I’m not recommending anybody else do that, but it works for me. Now and then, not every night.
So keep sweating to lose those toxins circulating through your system thus your brain.
Another benefit I discovered today is that if I wear it at the computer I experience less pain while sitting for long periods, since the suit acts as a compression device around the entire trunk holding me in like a brace. I’ll be wearing it more often now, not just to sweat but for support while I work.