Cold Weather Alarm

Health & Nutrition - - FORUM -

Drink plenty of flu­ids when ex­er­cis­ing or work­ing out­doors in win­ter. It’s easy to be­come de­hy­drated in cold weather be­cause of the wa­ter you lose from breath­ing, sweat­ing, and in­creased urine pro­duc­tion. In ad­di­tion, the cold ac­tu­ally im­pairs the thirst mech­a­nism, so peo­ple tend to drink less.

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