- Aug 22, 2009
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That might be a factor. I've taken all of my classes online so far, and this is one of the first classes I've taken in the classroom in about two years. Plus math isn't my best subject. So I am stressed some of the time (usually on the way there; once I get in there and know what's going on I relax). I know this is irrational, but oh well.I was going to ask the OP if he is unusually stressed in this class, b/c I have noticed that I will definitely sweat more if I am in a tense situation... even if I am not noticeably nervous.
I think I know what you mean.This really only happens at work though, which leads me to believe it is related to stress. Not nervousness, per se, but the "in the zone" feeling that I get at work sometimes. Hard to explain.
Hahaha, that's great.When we left, my hair was wet in the front. Everyone was commenting on the heat though, we thought it might have been some kind of test.
Here is something I recently tried that seems to help a little. When I know I'm going to get stressed out or something later in the day and I need to get a shower before I leave the house, I get out of the shower and put on a pair of temporary pants before I have to leave the house. Then I just switch right before I leave. It doesn't prevent me from sweating later, but it at least keeps my pants dry from the initial after-shower sweating. Reminds me of the Maestro's tip on Seinfeld.