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Old 08-20-2009, 06:30 PM   #7
Rod Gates
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Re: Moving from cold and dry to hot and humid

When I lived in hot and humid Texas people told me that at first you sweat more than usual , but still lose lots of electrolytes in the sweat. Then your body adjusts and puts out a more dilute sweat to save the electrolytes. If you are mildly dehydrated from this, that could cause some of your symptoms. Just stay hydrated and like others say...give it time. It always got easier as summer wore on, but never felt quite as energetic as when I lived in the cooler northern states.
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