You may associate dehydration is a summer thing — but it can happen in winter too. In fact eyes can become sunken, discoloured and wan looking if the winter weather gets its way.
According to Ithaca Journal, during the winter months, sweat evaporates more rapidly in the cold, dry air, and that can result in dehydration. Without the sweat, we’re tricked into thinking we aren’t losing fluids as rapidly as during a hot, summer day. Cooler temperature can also reduce the body’s thirst response. When exercising in cold weather, you may be less likely to drink water voluntarily.
Heavy jackets, long underwear and other pieces of warm clothing help your body conserve heat. But the added weight is one factor that makes the body work harder and produce more sweat that contributes to fluid loss. In cold weather, we lose more fluids through respiratory water loss than on warm days. When you can see your breath in the cold air, that’s actually water vapor that your body is losing. The colder the temperature and the more intense the exercise, the more vapor you lose when you breathe. Mild to moderate dehydration can be reversed by drinking more fluids, but severe dehydration needs immediate medical treatment. The safest approach is preventing dehydration in the first place. Keep an eye on how much fluid you lose, and drink enough liquids to replace what you’ve lost.
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