Most people do not account for the fluid needs during exercise in cold weather as the body has a decreased sensation of thirst which can lead to dehydration.
The temperature of your beverages impacts the regulation of energy management throughout the day, as well as performance in hot and humid conditions.
At HydratED you'll find a lot of great information on the benefits of healthy, sustainable hydration. However, it can be a lot to absorb. See a quick slideshow of the top hydration facts we enjoy sharing with our fans.
As little as 2% dehydration can leave you crankier, less able to concentrate, and feeling more sluggish.
If you drink too little water at a festival, you might end up in the medical tent. Drink too much, and you could spend half the day stuck in the bathroom line. These six hydration tips will help you get the most out of your ticket.
It's not always easy to drink enough in the backcountry, especially if your water is frozen solid. Here's how to outsmart the cold.
It's well-known that hydration plays a crucial role in regulating your body temperature. But does drinking hot beverages actually generate body heat in cold weather?
It might feel good in the moment, but does dumping cold water on your body actually cool you off during a race? Or are you better off drinking it instead?
Athletes often wake up dehydrated the day after a hard training session. Doug Casa explains how to make sure you're starting off fully hydrated.
CamelBak's hydration advisor Doug Casa explains why athletes can't always rely on thirst to tell them when to hydrate.
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