We know that the flash doesn't tire out, but he's still running. When other people run they tend to sweat, does the Flash do this? Has the comics ever show him sweating after any sort of run?

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    Does Flash ever get knocked out within seconds because of dehydration? – Beebo Nov 28 '17 at 18:02
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    Flash is still human so I would assume he still sweats, just as he has to eat extra to counter the energy he burns running... I would think that the lack of sweat visible would be due to the speeds he is running; given it dries rapidly... just a thought. I haven't found anything online yet... – Odin1806 Nov 29 '17 at 1:01

Which version of the Flash are you talking about?

In the comics from the 70s, I've only seen him sweat when it is really hot out (and he's not running), nervous, or when he's sick with a fever.

I seem to recall him sweating from over exertion but in the race with Superman, (when he is presumably going all out) he is not shown sweating.

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    I think you'll need to be more specific than "the comics form the 70s". Any chance you could provide an example issue where he sweats? – Thunderforge Nov 28 '17 at 21:47

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