How many sweat pores does a human have?
The skin has more the 4 million pores. On another note, a section of skin about the size of a quarter has more that 600 sweat glands. Esthetician
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Answer . If you're sweating, you're releasing salt. If you're smoking meth, you've got far more serious problems than sweat.
Sweating is a natural process of the human body that has thefunction of body's heat regulation. Many people holds themisconception that the more sweating while exercising, it means youare burning more calories, but that's not true. There are a numberof factors that determine how much a person sweats…, it could begenetics, drinking and eating habits, etc., besides, if you step upthe scale immediately after working out and you notice a decreasein weight, don't get fooled, that weight loss is only consisting ofwater, and as soon as you re-hydrate yourself, you'll gain thatweight again. (MORE)
Answer . Thanks for your question. It answers a question I have had; the one about "are there stupid questions?". Unless of course you are under the age of 13, in which case I would have to say it depends on too many factors to answer reasonably. These factors are amount of fluids comsumed, exer…tion, external temperature, humidity, age and many more. (MORE)
About 500 calories a litre. Many people will tell you, "You don't burn calories from sweating, that's just water weight you're losing," and yes, when you sweat your body is literally removing water from itself. But what these people forget is that your body uses energy when it does things. Removing …water from your body via the activation of millions of sweat glands is no exception. (MORE)
There are approximately 3,000,000 sweat glands in the skin. Citation: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
There are on average 9000 pores on the egg shell. Here is a very interesting webpage with some good eggy info. http://pubs.acs.org/cen/whatstuff/84/8434egg.html
Pores within the skin, basically small tunnels. Water is not the only thing released, there are also a variety of salts, etc... released, dissolved within the water. This is why your body needs electrolytes after exercising to replenish these missing materials
The average person has 2 million sweat glands in their skin. i think about 100,000
Sweat pores are the openings of from which sweat is able to accessthe skin surface.
2 million is a good approximation. An adult human has between 1.6 million and 4 million sweat glands.
A pore is a tiny opening in an organism or in tissue that allowsmicroscopic particles, liquids, etc. through. There are many poresin human skin.
If we didn't sweat we would die of heat strokes. Sweating cools down our body and gets rid of all the extra heat. Animals such as dogs don't sweat as much as we do, they have other ways of cooling off.
Depends on what type of makeup. Oil free or non comodegenic products, as well as mineral makeup will not clog your pours at all. Oil based ones will. How clogged depends on your skin type and the specific makeup
Keith Sweat has four children. He has two girls and two boys. He was pictured in the Jet magazine with them. There may be others out there
It depends on the amount you drank and when you stopped (if you stopped). It usually takes the body about an hour to get rid of one beer's worth.
Most mammals sweat (that is animals that have live young and suckle their mothers milk) However dogs are an exception. They pant instead and lose heat that way. I am not 100% sure on every other mammal and this is quite a generalisation however i think that is basically true. Hope this helps
\nYour arm pits is what sweats the most because it has the most sweat glands in the body.
this is simple as it see look when a body sweat there is moisture on surface of skin and when this moisture evaporate then ther eis transfer of heat from high temperature to low temperature that's why we feel cool after sweating ..... It needs heat to convert moisture to a vapour and this h…eat is supplied by the body via the skin. The loss of heat is felt as cooling. (MORE)
A pore is a tiny hole in your skin which water (sweat) passes through. If there is too much dirt there, they can get clogged, and that's when you get a zit.
The sweat pore is were the sweat from the sweat gland is released.The main function of sweat is temperature regulation(thermoregulation).
Sweating is extremely efficient at cooling humans down. It works bycausing liquid to come out of a person's pores. When the liquidevaporates, the person's body starts to cool down.
The sweat glands in our body release fluids to keep us at our 37 Degree Celsius (98 Fahrenheit) normal temperature.
Depending on the species of human we are talking about, it depends on the number of hairs you will grow on your body. The formula is # of hairs = sqrt(exp(Q-30,856)+bessel(etc./9*48,000))), where Q is # of pores on x human. Other factors to consider include...
Almost all mammals have sweat glands. Dogs and cats have them on their feet, whereas other primates have them all over their bodies.
Well...humans sweat all over our skin. We respire sweat from our pores. Sweat from our armpits smell because of the bacteria wastes.
This answer is unlimited. All sponges are different sizes, and each species has variations on the number of pores. Sponges are only made of spongin, a network of webbed collagen. Pores are only gaps in the spongin where water is forced through. As you may already know, squeezing a sponge expels the …water from all locations of the sponge. Therefore, water can travel through all parts of the sponge. You may consider every gap in the spongin to be a pore. This number cannot be recorded, as it varies greatly throughout all sponges. (MORE)
It all depend on the size of the orange, if it is big it will have loads small not so many
Sweat or perspiration is a watery fluid excreted by the sweat (sudoriparous) glands of the skin of mammals. Sweat contains primarily water, but also salts and metabolic waste products-primarily sodium chloride, urea, lactic acid, and potassium ions (Blood et al. 2007). Sweat serves an excretory func…tion for releasing excess water and waste products. In some animals, and in particularly humans, it also plays a role in regulating body temperature through evaporative cooling when the water in the sweat evaporates. The urocanic acid in sweat also may offer protection for the skin against ultraviolet radiation (Kent 2006). Sweating (as well as perspiration) refers to the production, secretion, and evaporation of sweat. The importance of sweating varies between species. Sweating is part of the intricate complexity of animals. In humans, it is part of a carefully coordinated process, controlled by the hypothalamus, to regulate body temperature. Furlow (2004) also summarizes some recent scientific evidence that molecules in the sweat from apocrine glands may be involved in a women's selection of a potential mate, guiding them toward those with genetically different MHC (major histocompatibility complex) profiles and ones potentially better for having healthy offspring. (MORE)
The adult human dermis has approximately 3 million sweat glands. Hope this helps! I got the information out of my life science book, so it should be right!
Not under normal circumstances. Sweat contains mainly water. It also contains minerals, as well as lactate and urea. Mineral composition will vary with the individual, the acclimatisation to heat, exercise and sweating, the particular stress source (exercise, sauna, etc.), the duration of sweating, …and the composition of minerals in the body. An indication of the minerals content is: . sodium 0.9 gram/liter . potassium 0.2 gram/liter . calcium 0.015 gram/liter . magnesium 0.0013 gram/liter . Also many other trace elements are excreted in sweat, again an indication of their concentration is (although measurements can vary fifteenfold): . zinc (0.4 mg/l) . copper (0.3 - 0.8 mg/l) . iron (1 mg/l) . chromium (0.1 mg/l) . nickel (0.05 mg/l) . lead (0.05 mg/l) (MORE)
It is true that when a human sweats, they lose weight. However, it is not a significant amount of weight loss, like a few pounds, but just a little bit. It really depends on how much a human sweats, but they do lose some amount of weight, but not a significant amount. This is true because water is l…eaving the body in the form of sweat, and since a lot of water weighs a lot, and if a person sweats a lot, they will lose some form of weight, but not significantly enough for a recognizable difference. (MORE)
Keith Sweat has four children. He has two daughters; Keyshia andKeia; and two sons; Jordan and Justin.
Well it varies obviously because if someone runs more than someone else, they sweat more!!!!!!
As the water evaporates it draws in energy from the surroundings (the air and the body surfaces that the water is in contact with) effectively lowering the temperature
Sweat of perspiration cools down the body through evapourative cooling. As liquid evapourates energy is absorbed from the sun!!!!
Christ certainly sweat lots of perspiration and blood during the atonement. He even lost some more when he was nailed to the Cross. When the guards pierced his left side, the rest of his blood poured out, and then came water. Christ died of loss of blood and shortage of breath.
one is its called the sweat bee i dont know why but if YOU want to know why just look it up on yahoo answers :)
their are around 3 trillion pores on a human body on average but depends on how tall and how big the person is so if their's a tall person who is 6"4 and over weight they will have more pores then a person who is 5"7 that is thin
The sweat gland produce sweat. The sweat pore provides a portal of exit for the body wastes excreted in the sweat. Sweat also helps to cool the body down.
Because they are hot. Correction Humans have sweat glands in their skin that help cool the body by evaporation. Dogs don't have sweat glands but they have extensive blood vessels in their tongues that allow for heat transfer. Panting helps move air across the tongue which carries away heat from… the dog's blood. (MORE)
you have no hair growing out, and you can't sweat. in this case, you need to be in a cool area and avoid being in the sun for too long or else you will overheat to the point of heat stroke. not a good idea.
no, when dogs are hot they pant. and when their outside they dig into the ground to the cooler earth to lay down.
The main reason we sweat is to keep your body cool. As the water evaporates from the skin, it takes some of the heat energy from your body with it to convert itself from liquid to gaseous state.
The main reason for sweating is thought to be cooling by releasing heat to the cooler air outside the body. Humans can sweat all over their bodies but dogs cannot. Dogs only "sweat" in the normal cooling way by releasing heat through their saliva by panting. The pads of their feet will also release …a certain amount of "sweat" but it more of a natural response to stress to release scents that other dogs can smell and understand. That odor is the other reason for sweating. The odors released tell other animals about each other and are part of what naturally attracts or repels mates or enemies. (MORE)
Could it be possible for a human to be genetically engineered to control their pores from opening and closing?
"Careful what you wish for because you may get it." The question of the future will not be can it be possible, but rather do we want to mess with nature. To control something like pores makes the assumption that we know all about pores and how they help us and how they hurt us. In fact we know very… little about how we work, messing with it will usually have bad results that will make us regret messing with it in the first place. (MORE)
There are only trace amounts of HIV in sweat; not enough to infect someone though.
1. Water 2. Minerals . sodium ("salt") . potassium . calcium . magnesium 3. Lactate 4. Urea
because dogs does not have any sweat glances, therefore, they use their tongue to not get dehydrated
Kinda-sorta. If you get warm, sweating protects you from overheating, which is a good thing. But there's no health benefit from sweating if you don't need it.
Skin Glands (Sweat Glands or Sudoriferous Glands) There are two types based on glandular secretion. 1. Merocrine is also called eccrine glands. They are coiled in deepdermis and respond to elevated temperature / exercise. They produce no odor and function throughout life and are notassociated with …hair follicles. Their secretion is water plus salts and wastes (urea and uric acid). 2. The apocrine glands ducts terminate into hair follicles. Theyrespond to stress / emotions. They produce an odor. They don'tbegin to function until puberty and continue through life. They are found in the armpits and groin. They produce sweat plusoil and cellular debris. (MORE)