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  Either that, or fatigue
  Posted by: guideboatguy on Dec-02-12 10:09 AM (EST)

-- Last Updated: Dec-02-12 10:09 AM EST --

I find that being dehydrated makes me less able to stay warm, and under some conditions I don't really feel as thirsty as I really am UNTIL I drink a bunch of water. Fatigue has the same effect on me. After a long winter hike I find that I often get much more deeply chilled and find it much more difficult than normal to warm myself back up again. Clothing that chills you when it's wet does make the problem a lot worse though.

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