Thermal sweating from the forehead was suppressed by forced air breathing in two normal male subjects. The decreased sweat rate was associated with symptoms of respiratory alkalosis. This sweat suppression was blocked by the introduction of excess carbon dioxide into the respired gas.
sweating and hyperventilation; hyperventilation and sweating; respiratory alkalosis and sweating
Submitted on February 7, 1964
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