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Sodium and Chloride
The skin is the organ where water is lost as sweat.
sodium and chlorida
1. Through sweating 2. Through increased breathing
Yes: it is fluid lost through sweating.
Some water is lost through exhaled air, more is lost through sweating. Either way it can get you dehydrated.
Sweating too much will not kill but it will cause dehydration that may kill if not enough water is being replenished. Heavy sweating can cause major social and personal problems to your life. If you are sweating alot for no particular reasons, you may be suffering from a medical problem termed hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
Not really. While in there, you'll sweat. The water lost through sweating will indeed lose you some weight. Trouble is, sweating makes you thirsty. And as soon as you satisfy your thirst by drinking, that weight lost through sweating is right back onboard.
Water is lost from sweating, Urination, breathing through evaporation and excretion of waste from diarhea.