Ahead of his second World Cup as coach of Die Mannschaft, Low also said he would not be changing any of his pre-match preparations for South America.
"I even drink a cup of espresso in the changing room shortly before kickoff,” Low told reporters. “Then I go out and soak up the atmosphere. That's it then. I am calm at this stage, because the work is done.
“Nervousness of the coach would immediately spread to the players. Hustle and bustle can only arise if a player is injured during the warm up.”
Germany flies to Brazil on Saturday, a week ahead of the team's opening fixture against Portugal in Group G, following a friendly tie against Armenia on Friday.
Low maintained that his side would play no easy games in the World Cup and would have to do its best to cope with the extra rigors of the tournament.
"There are no walkovers in the World Cup, especially not in this group," said the 54-year-old. "Portugal, USA and Ghana are at the top level internationally, but we will accept the role as favorites.
“You have to have respect - for the heat, high humidity and travel hardships. But complaining won't work. We cannot change these things – we can prepare for them. And we do that."