You Might Not Be Drinking Enough Water When You Hike
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In Utah’s dry climate, you might not notice how much water you’re losing through sweat. Even for short, hour-long hikes, dehydration can set in faster than you realize, which can lead to serious complications like heat stroke and exhaustion. Dr. Emily Harold, sports medicine specialist at the University of Utah Orthopedics Center, talks about how much water you should be drinking on the trail, as well as tips to make sure you stay healthy and hydrated while enjoying the outdoors.