dehydration

Yes, You Can Get Dehydrated in Cold Weather

Yes, You Can Get Dehydrated in Cold Weather

Cooler fall and winter weather is just around the corner. Adults and kids will soon be partaking in their favorite winter sports, but in addition to remembering to bundle up for the cold weather, hydration is another important consideration in winter.

We don’t often associate cold-weather exercise with dehydration. The body doesn’t get as hot, and sweat evaporates more rapidly in the cold air. Thus, we’re tricked into thinking we aren’t losing fluids as rapidly.

About Last Night: Facts about Hangovers

About Last Night: Facts about Hangovers

Many adults have experienced a hangover at one point (or several) in their lifetimes. The dehydration caused by drinking too much can result in pounding headaches, crippling nausea, extreme thirst, vertigo, tremor, vomiting and even worse. The science behind why hangovers occur is still young, but here are a few facts you may not have known.