Since water makes up between 50 and 75 percent of your body, it’s no surprise that running low on this vital element can be dangerous and even fatal.
Dehydration occurs when the amount of fluids (mostly water) leaving your body exceeds the amount of fluids you’re taking in. That’s why you often feel very thirsty after a big workout, during which your body loses fluids to sweat before you can stop and replace them.
While most dehydration is mild to moderate, severe dehydration can cause delirium and loss of consciousness. But the good news is that nearly all forms of dehydration are preventable – you just need to know what dehydration symptoms to watch out for.
Make sure you and your family stay out of the danger zone by understanding the signs of dehydration and knowing what to do to make sure your body has all the fluids it needs.
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