Many of us don’t drink enough water at the best of times, but over summer as the temperature climbs, dehydration becomes more common. Today I explore why dehydration occurs most in the summer, and what you can do to make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
Why is dehydration a problem over summer?
Warmer summer weather can bring with it a number of health problems – from swollen feet to sunburn and insect bites. One of the most common conditions in summer is dehydration, yet this is also one of the easiest to prevent.
Dehydration occurs when your body doesn’t have enough water. The most common reason is simply not drinking enough water, but summer presents some extra factors that increase your chances of becoming dehydrated. Continue reading >