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Most of us love the summer months, spending time anywhere the weather’s warm and working up a good sweat. But long periods of hot, humid climates — or exposure to soaring temperatures in other forms, such as from exercising — can lead to problems associated with an electrolyte imbalance, including dehydration. Surveys show that 60 percent to 75 percent of Americans don’t drink enough water daily! (1) Being sure to stay properly hydrated, especially whenever you’re losing fluids, is the very best way to feel your best and also ward off potential heat exhaustion and dehydration symptoms.
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