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  1. lostalot
    January 19, 2009

    Really? Prevent dehydration by drinking more? Does this really warrant an article? How about a low freezing temp hydration drink; anybody have a formula? And there are specialized masks that catch the moisture from exhalations and add it to inhalations. I tried one long ago and didn't care for it. And I've read that a vapor barrier layer in clothing will lessen perspiration in winter. Gotta give that a try.

  2. Earlylite
    January 19, 2009

    Actually it does warrant an article because so many people succumb to it, even those who should know better. Happened to me today, in fact.

  3. Navin
    December 11, 2009

    I live in Wisconsin and I grew up in India in 115 degree weather. It took me almost 6 years to figure our that your body is feeling thirsty in the winter. It is counter intuitive to drink cold water in the winter; in fact, you can't drink much. As I start examining this phenomena, I realized this is an epidemic and leads to many other problems in the winter especially among children and elderly.

    Once I started consuming electrolytes life has changed. I only drink electrolytes in the winter not summer. In summer I drink water.

  4. poppi
    April 30, 2010

    if we all just listen to our docs we would be fine. forget about masks and fancy clothes just drink well

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