Most of us run a very hectic lifestyle and sometimes forget to balance our diet.The one thing that should never be absent in your daily routine is water.
An average adult’s body contains the equivalent of 45 quarters of water, and through normal activities loses two to three quarters each day,
It is as easy to get dehydrated in winter as during summer time. You may not be sweating but water vapor is still being lost through your breath. The colder it gets outside, the harder is it for the body to maintain a 98.6 degree temperature. Producing that extra energy requires extra water. Drinking at least 70 ounces of water a day will help you stay warm.
Dehydration can cause exhaustion, muscle fatigue, cramps, loss of coordination and even a stroke. A dehydrated person is also more susceptible to winter colds and flu.
Remember not only to carry your gloves and hat to keep your outer body warm, but to also have some water handy to keep your organism running smoothly.