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Spending time in sunlight leads to fatigue, research suggests


According to a study published in the Journal of Nutrition, spending too much time in the sun can dehydrate the body, which can make you tired.

Researchers say that even mild dehydration can trigger feelings of fatigue along with mood swings. Sitting in the sun is like doing hard work for the body even without doing any work.

Dermatologist Heather D. Rogers says that even a slight change in temperature affects the body and affects its functions, and the body works to maintain core temperature through sweating. does.

In this way, your body works more on the internal level than on the outside, that's why you start feeling tired and sleepy.

This body fatigue is a normal thing which is commonly observed on returning from the beach when the body becomes tired due to lack of water.

Experts say that according to an estimate, you should drink 8 glasses of water a day, but it does not mean that all people can meet the need of water in the body by drinking the mentioned amount of water.

People who work in the sun need to drink more water than people who spend the whole day indoors.

Also, people working in the kitchen should also increase the use of water because the temperature of the kitchen is high, which may lead to water shortage.

However, it is important to remember that there is a very clear difference between normal fatigue at the end of a busy day and heat exhaustion.

In heat exhaustion, the body brings body water to the surface of the skin to regulate the internal temperature.

Thus, along with the fatigue, the pulse becomes faster and the feeling of sleepiness or faintness is felt, all of which are symptoms of heat exhaustion.

In such a case, move to a cool place, use cold water, if symptoms persist, contact your physician.

Try to avoid spending time in the sun, walk in the shade if you must, and drink plenty of water to stay healthy.

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