Our bodies are around 60% water, give or take.
Staying hydrated is important. Just because it’s cold and you may not be sweating as much, doesn’t mean we can’t get dehydrated in the winter! Beginning stages of dehydration can make you feel a little lethargic, may cause headaches, cause a feeling of “hunger” yet it’s thirst, dry skin, chapped lips, and constipation. When too much water is lost from the body, the organs, cells, and tissues fail to function, which can lead to dangerous complications.
By: Carol Aguirre MS, RD/LDN