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Why do I sweat so much when I eat spicy food?

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  1. Drain Bamage Banned Banned

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    It doesn't even have to be that spicy. Right now I'm eating some very mildly spiced chicken and I'm sweating profusely. Anybody else get this?
     
  2. Clippy I am the liqour

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    Part of the experience bro take it in
     
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    Because you’re WEAK
     
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    because you’re fat
     
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    You are the first Sherdogger with coronavirus. Congrats!
     
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    I love spicy food I try to make everything spicy, makes my nose drippy sometimes though
     
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    Because you’re a disgusting fat body. Get the fuck down off my obstacle Pyle !!!
     
  8. milliniar Who needs a belt?

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    Because you're white?
     
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    Lmao fatty
     
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    You probably sweat eating ice cream tubby
     
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    Its pro ably because of ur period or ur ovaries
     
  14. west42 Black Belt

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    You have cancer.
     
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    It speeds up your metabolism or something
     
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    Spicy foods contain a chemical called capsaicin. When consumed, this chemical fools your brain into thinking your body temperature is rising. This false signal goes out to your bodies’ cooling system (your sweat glands) and the sweat starts pouring.
     
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    I love a good sweat from a vindaloo occasionally, good for you I reckon.
     
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    you have the corona virus brah
     
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    Profuse sweating can be a bad sign. Ask your doctor about it.
     
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    You're coming down from the meth
     

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