How You Can Prevent Dehydration?
Question asked by Jena thorpes - August 24 at 6:49 AM
When you use or lose more fluid than you take in dehydration occurs and your body doesn’t have enough water and other fluids to carry out its normal functions. You will get dehydrated if you don’t replace lost fluids. In Dehydration Headache, the condition is especially dangerous for young children and other adults but anyone may become dehydrated. .

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Jennifer Daniel Replied
August 24 at 7:13 AM
To prevent dehydration, drink plenty of fluids and eat foods high in water such as fruits and vegetables. Letting thirst be your guide is an adequate daily guide for many healthy people.
People may need to take more fluids if they experience conditions such as:
Vomiting or diarrheal. If your child vomits or has diarrheal, start giving him or her extra water or oral rehydration solution at the first signs of illness. Do not wait until the water runs out.
Heavy exercise. Generally, it is best to start with water a day before a strenuous workout. Prolonged clear, diluted urine is a good indication that you have plenty of water. During operation, replenish the liquid from time to time and continue to drink water or other liquids after finishing.
Hot or cold weather. You need to drink extra water when it is hot or humid to reduce your body temperature and to absorb some of your weight loss through sweating. You may also need more water in the cold to combat the loss of moisture in the dry air, especially at higher altitudes
Sickness. Older adults are often dehydrated during minor illnesses - such as the flu, bronchitis or bladder infections. Make sure you drink more fluids when you are not feeling well.

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