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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Dehydration Headache

Pay attention to that nagging low-level headache during the winter. It could signal the onset of dehydration.

The dry air combined with cold temperatures and wind really can do a number on your hydration levels without you even knowing it.

I worked outside for several hours yesterday and never broke a sweat but the headache this morning reminds me that I never drank water while I was out.

It's a simple fix but the headache, even a mild one, is no fun at all...

Thanks for reading,



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