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Old 05-29-2016, 10:01 AM
Jon Starr (Offline)
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Thanks for the response!

I know that in humid heat, at least in the minor humid heat I've felt, it's not so much the air that make's you thirsty, just the sweating. You're right about it making it hard to breath.

So by drawing water from the body, does the dry heat draw moisture from your mouth, making you very thirsty very fast? It dries up your sweat quickly too then?

What about shade? Does it really help in dry heat compared to humid? Or does the reflection off of sand and other surfaces take away any relief?
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