We're all used to seeing sweat in places like our armpits or our forehead, but when we start to feel a little trickle of moisture in other places, we may feel a little self-conscious. However, sweating happens all over, and there are some "weird" areas of the body where it's normal to sweat. Just because your friends don't discuss their boob sweat doesn't mean it doesn't happen to them too, and there's no need to feel embarrassed about a little perspiration in spots that might seem less than idea.
Sweating is natural physiological process that everyone experiences, and it occurs when your body needs to stay cool or as response to stressful stimuli. But sweating itself is nothing to stress about.
"So many people become embarrassed about sweating because they believe they may be perceived as an unkempt individual lacking the ability to tend to their personal hygiene," says Nesochi Okeke-Igbokwe, M.D., M.S. over email. "It is key to understand that because we do have an abundance of sweat glands dispersed throughout the body, a certain degree of perspiration is definitely normal, even in the most unexpected places."
Here are eight weird areas of the body where it's totally normal to sweat.