It’s Chilly Outside!
- We tend to go for longer periods without water, not realizing that breathing cold and dry air causes the body to lose significant amounts of fluid.
- When we perspire in cold weather, the sweat turns into vapor and isn’t directly on our skin, so there is not the excessive perspiration that acts as a visual cue for us to drink.
- people feel about 40% less thirsty in winter, even though the body’s need for water is unchanged year round.
- Because we don’t feel thirsty as we do in summer, we’re less likely to keep a bottle of water handy during cold-weather months.
craftwater can help you drink more water and give you the electrolytes to help you stay well hydrated.