Q&A: Why Does My Sweat Smell Like Cat Pee (ammonia)??
If you notice body odor that smells similar to cat pee… you could have an excess of ammonia in your blood. There are some simple explanations and easy solutions if it is related to your diet, hydration status and antiperspirant usage. Your body will naturally fight to keep you healthy- and when you have more ammonia than your kidneys can handle, you could be “sweating it out”!
Trina Felber, RN, BSN, MSN, CRNA turned CEO of the natural skincare company Primal Life Organics understands the physiology within the body. She creates her skincare line to heal the body so it can rid itself of toxins, function normally and perform optimally. She spends her time educating others on best natural practices to ensure health and wellbeing.
Today, She answered the question Why Does My Sweat Smell Like Cat Pee??
Did you know that a build up of ammonia levels can cause muscle fatigue and neurological impairment? Did you realize that using an antiperspirant can prevent you from releasing excess ammonia from your body. A build up of ammonia can cause your sweat to smell like cat pee and have detrimental effects on your health. Trina talks about some of the causes of high ammonia levels (diet related), how to improve detoxification and why/how to use natural deodorant.