Is dehydration more common in summer?

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Is dehydration more common in summer?

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Most of us think of dehydration as a summer problem.
The days are longer (and warmer!), and you’re sweating more. To compensate, you drink more water and eat water-rich fruits and vegetables. You also go to the gym when it’s too hot to complete an outdoor workout.
What many people don’t realize, however, is that it’s just as easy to become dehydrated in the winter. And because few people recognize the signs of dehydration in the winter, it can be even more dangerous.
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Summer season always seems to be very exciting for kids as they wait for their schools to shut and prepare for family holidays. But, what about the scorching sun and soaring temperatures?

Global warming has been making a huge impact on the climatic conditions; where temperatures are falling, or increasing to surprising measures in almost every part of the world. So, when I talk about the summer season; the temperatures are rising as high as to 45-50 degree celsius making it almost impossible for anyone to bear.

Can you imagine the condition of your body at this moment? If you observe, you must be often complaining about severe headaches, dehydration symptoms, feeling fatigue in summers. Right?

Why is that so?

That is because; your body loses its water content drastically in summers. Since your body is deprived of water, it leads to a condition known as dehydration.

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We are at the greatest risk of dehydration when we are too hot or too dry, have limited access to water, or need more water than usual. Warm or dry environments, such as centrally heated homes, tend to increase our need for fluid. We can lose more fluid through sweating (due to exercise or hot climates), or by suffering vomiting and diarrhoea

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