Signs of Dehydration, and Why You Need to Stay Hydrated
Let’s be honest for a moment: everyone is at risk for dehydration. Even if you drink a lot of fluids, you may become dehydrated. Because everyone is at risk, it’s good to know the signs of dehydration.Dehydration happens when your body has insufficient water. Without the right amount of fluids, your body can’t function properly. As a result, you might experience seizures, blood clots, and some fatal complications.
Causes of dehydration
Before we get to the signs of dehydration in adults, let’s talk for a moment about what causes dehydration. And later, I’ll share some tips and tricks for staying hydrated. But here are the causes:
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Increased urination
- Too much exercise
- Significant injuries to skin, including mouth sores and burns
- Diabetes and similar diseases
We won’t include problems like impaired ability to drink (e.g., when you’re in a coma or on a respirator). That being said, let’s take a look at some of the mild and early signs of dehydration.
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