Our expert says:
It's nothing you need to worry about. I appreciate that you don't want this problem, but you needn't worry about any overheating. It just happens because your body is sending blood to your skin to help you lose heat. And you can't judge your sweat losses, because you can't tell how much of your sweat is evaporating - if this happens, then you will think that you are not sweating when in fact you are doing so perfectly. The reality is that if you were not sweating, you would not be able to exercise at all, it would be absolutely impossible. So don't worry about what you look like - it's a good thing, nothing to be concerned about. As for why you look redder than others, it has a lot to do with your complexion, but the good news is that it will improve over time. But really, you don't need to prevent it from happening.
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