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Monday, January 08, 2018

Exercise.....and drink water
Maybe you wouldn't expect to become dehydrated going for a run or completing a fitness routine outside in the winter. It's too cold. You're not sweating. But medical experts say you are..... wrong. Moisture loss isn't as noticeable in the winter because you don't sweat nearly as much as during the summer months. But breathing dry winter air increases moisture loss because you exhale water vapor. So performing even normal, everyday activities during the winter can lead to mild dehydration. Wintertime dehydration doesn't happen often in this area, but it's possible, and when it does most people don't realize it because the obvious signs of dehydration in summer aren't as apparent. The bottom line, if you are exerting energy, even if it's cold, drink lots of water.


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