I mean not just floating out n bout in a pool of water.. Like intense fast swim with your arms n legs flapping like a fish
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, but less so than when on land.
The function of sweating is to cool the body down. Being immersed in water reduces the need for sweating, but during intense activity (most notably, swimming), people still do sweat.
Most Helpful Guy
Yes, you do sweat. I swim quite a lot and if you've ever swam 2-2.5 miles without pausing in between, you will realize that once you are done, you feel very thirsty. That is because you've been losing quite a lot of water while swimming. Sweating is also one of the major reasons why they put chlorine in swimming pools.1