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Urine vs. Sweat: Know the Difference

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By Shumaila Saeed || Updated on December 25, 2023
Urine is a liquid waste produced by kidneys, containing water, urea, and other waste products. Sweat is a fluid secreted by sweat glands, primarily composed of water and salts, aiding in body temperature regulation.
Urine vs. Sweat

Key Differences

Urine is a sterile, typically yellowish fluid excreted by the kidneys and stored in the bladder, released from the body through urination. It contains water, urea, toxins, and waste products filtered from the blood. Sweat, on the other hand, is produced by sweat glands in the skin and is primarily composed of water, salts, and a small amount of urea. It is a key component in regulating body temperature through evaporation.
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The composition of urine can vary based on hydration, diet, and health conditions. It serves as an important indicator of health, with changes in color, odor, or consistency often signaling medical issues. Sweat composition can also vary, influenced by factors like physical activity, temperature, and individual physiology. While less varied than urine, sweat's composition can offer insights into hydration levels and electrolyte balance.
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The production of urine is a continuous process, with the kidneys filtering blood to remove waste and excess substances. Urination is a controlled process, involving the voluntary release of urine from the bladder. Sweat production, however, is typically triggered by physical exertion, heat, or emotional stress, and is an involuntary response controlled by the sympathetic nervous system.
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In terms of odor, urine can have a distinct smell, which can vary and be influenced by diet, hydration, or health issues. Sweat itself is generally odorless when secreted but can develop a noticeable odor when it comes into contact with bacteria on the skin. This is often more pronounced in areas with higher concentrations of sweat glands.
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Finally, while both urine and sweat are waste products, they play different roles in the body's homeostasis. Urine is crucial for the excretion of soluble waste and regulation of electrolytes, while sweat is vital for temperature control and can also play a role in excreting small amounts of waste.
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Comparison Chart

Primary Function

Excretion of waste products and regulation of electrolytes.
Cooling the body and aiding in temperature regulation.
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Composition

Water, urea, toxins, and various waste products.
Mainly water and salts, with a small amount of urea and other substances.
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Production Site

Kidneys, stored in the bladder.
Sweat glands in the skin.
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Trigger for Release

Urination is a voluntary action triggered by a full bladder.
Triggered by heat, physical exertion, or emotional stress; an involuntary response.
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Health Indicators

Changes can indicate various health issues.
Changes can indicate hydration status or electrolyte imbalance.
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Urine and Sweat Definitions

Urine

Liquid waste produced by the kidneys.
The doctor analyzed the urine sample for signs of infection.
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Sweat

Can be triggered by heat or stress.
She started to sweat during the intense interview.
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Urine

A fluid consisting of water, urea, and other waste materials.
Urine is typically expelled from the body several times a day.
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Sweat

To excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; perspire.
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Urine

A bodily waste product filtered from the bloodstream.
The kidneys filter blood to produce urine.
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Sweat

To exude in droplets, as moisture from certain cheeses or sap from a tree.
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Urine

Indicator of hydration and health.
The color of urine can indicate a person's hydration level.
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Sweat

To collect moisture in small drops from the air, as a cold water pipe.
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Urine

Excreted through the urinary system.
Urine is stored in the bladder before being excreted.
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Sweat

To release moisture, as hay in the swath.
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Urine

The waste product secreted by the kidneys that in mammals is a yellow to amber-colored, slightly acidic fluid discharged from the body through the urethra.
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Sweat

To ferment, as tobacco during curing.
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Urine

(physiology) Liquid waste consisting of water, salts, and urea, which is made in the kidneys, stored in the bladder, then released through the urethra.
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Sweat

(Informal) To work long and hard
Sweated over his term paper.
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Urine

(archaic) To urinate.
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Sweat

(Informal) To fret or worry
Don't sweat over the bills.
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Urine

In mammals, a fluid excretion from the kidneys; in birds and reptiles, a solid or semisolid excretion.
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Sweat

To excrete (moisture) through a porous surface, such as the skin.
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Urine

To urinate.
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Sweat

To excrete (wastes) in perspiration
Sweated out the toxins in the steam room.
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Urine

Liquid excretory product;
There was blood in his urine
The child had to make water
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Sweat

To have (moisture) condense in small drops on a surface.
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Sweat

To cause to perspire, as by drugs, heat, or strenuous exercise
Running for the train got me sweated up.
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Sweat

To make damp or wet with perspiration
His shirt was sweated.
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Sweat

To cause to work excessively; overwork.
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Sweat

To overwork and underpay (employees).
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Sweat

To interrogate (someone) under duress
Sweated the suspected spy for hours.
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Sweat

To extract (information) from someone under duress
The police sweated the information out of the suspect.
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Sweat

(Metallurgy) To join (metal parts) by interposing cold solder and then heating.
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Sweat

To steam (vegetables or other food).
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Sweat

(Informal) To fret or worry about
Don't sweat the details.
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Sweat

The colorless saline moisture excreted by the sweat glands; perspiration.
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Sweat

Condensation of moisture in the form of droplets on a surface.
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Sweat

The process of sweating.
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Sweat

A condition or instance of sweating
Worked up a sweat raking leaves.
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Sweat

Strenuous labor or exertion
It took a lot of sweat to move the piano.
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Sweat

A run given to a horse as exercise before a race.
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Sweat

(Informal) An anxious, fretful condition
Got myself in a sweat over the deadline.
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Sweat

A sweatsuit.
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Sweat

Sweatpants.
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Sweat

Fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature and removing certain compounds from the circulation.
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Sweat

The state of one who sweats; diaphoresis.
Just thinking about the interview tomorrow puts me into a nervous sweat.
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Sweat

(figurative) Hard work; toil.
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Sweat

(figurative) Moisture issuing from any substance.
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Sweat

A short run by a racehorse as a form of exercise.
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Sweat

(historical) The sweating sickness.
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Sweat

A soldier (especially one who is old or experienced).
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Sweat

An extremely competitive player.
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Sweat

(intransitive) To emit sweat.
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Sweat

(transitive) To cause to excrete moisture through skin.
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Sweat

To cause to perspire.
His physicians attempted to sweat him by most powerful sudorifics.
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Sweat

To work hard.
I've been sweating over my essay all day.
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Sweat

(video games) To be extremely dedicated to winning a game; to play competitively.
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Sweat

To extract money, labour, etc. from, by exaction or oppression.
To sweat a spendthrift
To sweat labourers
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Sweat

To worry.
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Sweat

To worry about (something).
Don't sweat it!
To sweat the small stuff
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Sweat

(transitive) To emit, in the manner of sweat.
To sweat blood
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Sweat

(intransitive) To emit moisture.
The cheese will start sweating if you don't refrigerate it.
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Sweat

(intransitive) To have drops of water form on (something's surface) due to moisture condensation.
Coasters are a good way to stop a sweating glass from damaging your table.
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Sweat

To solder (a pipe joint) together.
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Sweat

To stress out.
Stop sweatin' me!
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Sweat

To cook slowly at low heat, in shallow oil and without browning, to reduce moisture content.
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Sweat

To remove a portion of (a coin), as by shaking it with others in a bag, so that the friction wears off a small quantity of the metal.
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Sweat

(intransitive) To suffer a penalty; to smart for one's misdeeds.
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Sweat

(transitive) To take a racehorse for a short exercise run.
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Sweat

To excrete sensible moisture from the pores of the skin; to perspire.
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Sweat

Fig.: To perspire in toil; to work hard; to drudge.
He 'd have the poets sweat.
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Sweat

To emit moisture, as green plants in a heap.
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Sweat

To cause to excrete moisture from the skin; to cause to perspire; as, his physicians attempted to sweat him by most powerful sudorifics.
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Sweat

To emit or suffer to flow from the pores; to exude.
It made her not a drop for sweat.
With exercise she sweat ill humors out.
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Sweat

To unite by heating, after the application of soldier.
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Sweat

To get something advantageous, as money, property, or labor from (any one), by exaction or oppression; as, to sweat a spendthrift; to sweat laborers.
The only use of it [money] which is interdicted is to put it in circulation again after having diminished its weight by "sweating", or otherwise, because the quantity of metal contains is no longer consistent with its impression.
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Sweat

The fluid which is excreted from the skin of an animal; the fluid secreted by the sudoriferous glands; a transparent, colorless, acid liquid with a peculiar odor, containing some fatty acids and mineral matter; perspiration. See Perspiration.
In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread.
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Sweat

The act of sweating; or the state of one who sweats; hence, labor; toil; drudgery.
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Sweat

Moisture issuing from any substance; as, the sweat of hay or grain in a mow or stack.
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Sweat

The sweating sickness.
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Sweat

A short run by a race horse in exercise.
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Sweat

Salty fluid secreted by sweat glands;
Sweat poured off his brow
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Sweat

Agitation resulting from active worry;
Don't get in a stew
He's in a sweat about exams
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Sweat

Condensation of moisture on a cold surface;
The cold glasses were streaked with sweat
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Sweat

Use of physical or mental energy; hard work;
He got an A for effort
They managed only with great exertion
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Sweat

Excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin;
Exercise makes one sweat
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Sweat

Fluid secreted by the skin's sweat glands.
Sweat helps to cool the body down during exercise.
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Sweat

Composed mainly of water and salts.
The salt in sweat can leave white marks on dark clothing.
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Sweat

Aids in body temperature regulation.
Sweat evaporates from the skin, providing a cooling effect.
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Sweat

Often odorless but can smell when mixed with skin bacteria.
Sweat itself doesn't smell, but it can cause body odor when interacting with bacteria.
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Repeatedly Asked Queries

What is urine?

Urine is a liquid waste produced by the kidneys, containing water, urea, and other waste products.
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Is sweat always smelly?

Sweat is generally odorless; odor occurs when it mixes with bacteria on the skin.
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Is frequent urination always a health concern?

Frequent urination can be normal but may also indicate health issues, depending on other factors.
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Can urine color indicate health issues?

Yes, changes in urine color can signal various health conditions.
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What is the main function of sweat?

Sweat primarily helps in cooling the body and regulating temperature.
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What causes urine to be produced?

Urine is produced when kidneys filter waste and excess substances from the blood.
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How is urine expelled from the body?

Urine is expelled through urination, a voluntary process of releasing it from the bladder.
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Is urine always yellow?

Urine is typically yellow, but its shade can vary based on hydration and health.
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Can sweating be excessive?

Yes, conditions like hyperhidrosis cause excessive sweating.
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Can sweat help remove toxins from the body?

Sweat can excrete small amounts of toxins, but its main function is temperature regulation.
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Can diet affect urine?

Yes, certain foods and drinks can change the color and odor of urine.
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Is sweating important for health?

Yes, sweating is important for regulating body temperature and can aid in minor detoxification.
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Does everyone sweat the same amount?

No, sweat production varies among individuals and depends on factors like activity and temperature.
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Can dehydration affect urine?

Yes, dehydration can make urine darker and more concentrated.
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Are there different types of urine tests?

Yes, there are various urine tests to assess different health aspects, like infections or kidney function.
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What role do sweat glands play?

Sweat glands produce sweat, which helps regulate body temperature.
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Can urine indicate hydration levels?

Yes, the color and concentration of urine can indicate hydration levels.
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Is it possible not to sweat?

Some medical conditions can reduce or prevent sweating.
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What triggers sweat production?

Sweat production is usually triggered by heat, physical exertion, or emotional stress.
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Does sweat contain urea?

Yes, sweat contains a small amount of urea, but much less than urine.
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Ammonium Sulfate is an inorganic salt used as a fertilizer, while Urea is an organic compound used in agriculture and industry.
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