Why do we urinate more during cold weather?


HAVE you ever find yourself running to the loo frequently during the cold seasons?
Well, that experience is called cold diuresis, a phenomenon that occurs for reasons that are not entirely clear.

When it’s cold, your body temperature starts to drop, your body will attempt to reduce heat loss by constricting blood vessels and reducing blood flow to the surface of the skin.

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