When the weather is warmer, it is prudent to increase water intake due to the risk of dehydration. When the weather is warmer, the human body maintains its body temperature by secreting moisture (also referred to as perspiring). Thus, it is important to replenish any lost fluids.
To stay hydrated. Our bodies already contain a high proportion to water, so when the temperature rises we start to sweat more in order cool off – which can lead to dehydration. By definition, dehydration is: “the loss of water and salts from the body”. An interesting fact is that it’s estimated that if we lost just one-tent of the water within our body, we would not be able to stand or walk.
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