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Cuty
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Dehydration

Guys, have you heard anything about Deydration? I recently read a very interesting magazine about tourism. And quite by accident, I found an article that talks about some of the problems that we can get through dehydration. I am very familiar with this issue because from time to time my friends and I enjoy hiking. We just take a certain amount of food and water, and go into the woods or the mountains. We enjoy turim in wildlife. It was a dangerous time to time due to wild animals, but the biggest problem that happened to me once - dehydration. We lost our water reserves, and we have not been able to take somewhere else. So we almost 3 days did not drink the water. It was horrible ... What can you tell us about this? Are you familiar with this problem?

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Cocolkez
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I always like to help people, if I have something to say. And it is really good, when I know about something enough. Heat injury. If you don't drink enough fluids when you're exercising vigorously and perspiring heavily, you may end up with a heat injury, ranging in severity from mild heat cramps to heat exhaustion or potentially life-threatening heatstroke. Swelling of the brain (cerebral edema). Sometimes, when you're getting fluids again after being dehydrated, the body tries to pull too much water back into your cells. This can cause some cells to swell and rupture. The consequences are especially grave when brain cells are affected.

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Cuty
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There are a lot of information about it on the Internet. But you made the right choice when began to look for help in your question among the guys here. Seizures. Electrolytes — such as potassium and sodium — help carry electrical signals from cell to cell. If your electrolytes are out of balance, the normal electrical messages can become mixed up, which can lead to involuntary muscle contractions and sometimes to a loss of consciousness. Low blood volume shock (hypovolemic shock). This is one of the most serious, and sometimes life-threatening, complications of dehydration. It occurs when low blood volume causes a drop in blood pressure and a drop in the amount of oxygen in your body.

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Moro
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The best way to find a solution to any problem - fully explore it. It is really good way to deal with everything! Kidney failure. This potentially life-threatening problem occurs when your kidneys are no longer able to remove excess fluids and waste from your blood. Coma and death. When not treated promptly and appropriately, severe dehydration can be fatal. You're likely to start by seeing your or your child's doctor. However, in some cases when you call to set up an appointment, the doctor may recommend urgent medical care. If your child or an adult who you care for is showing signs of severe dehydration, such as lethargy or reduced responsiveness, seek immediate care at a hospital.

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Henk
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Try to learn more about it, or maybe you can even find the right book. I can just tell things that I know, maybe it will help. If you have time to prepare for your appointment, here's some information to help you get ready, and what to expect from the doctor. Write down any symptoms you're (or the person you're caring for) is experiencing, including any that may seem unrelated to the reason for which you scheduled the appointment. If you or the person you're caring for has been vomiting or has had diarrhea, the doctor will want to know when it began and how frequently it's been occurring. Write down key personal information.

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Kris
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You can find what you are looking for with the help of Google or the library. But I will also tell you what I know about it. Dehydration can be mild, moderate or severe, depending on how much of your body weight is lost through fluids. Two early signs of dehydration are thirst and dark-coloured urine. This is the body's way of trying to increase water intake and decrease water loss. Dehydration can also lead to a loss of strength and stamina. It's a main cause of heat exhaustion. You should be able to reverse dehydration at this stage by drinking more fluids. If dehydration is ongoing (chronic), it can affect your kidney function and increase the risk of kidney stones.

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Dasty
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I do not know whether my opinions to help you, but I will share my thoughts. It can also lead to muscle damage and constipation. See your GP if your symptoms continue despite drinking fluids, or if you suspect that your baby or toddler is dehydrated. You should also contact your GP if your baby has had six or more episodes of diarrhoea in the past 24 hours, or if they have vomited three times or more in the past 24 hours. If dehydration is suspected, you may be given a blood test or a urine test to check the balance of salts (sodium and potassium) in your body. If dehydration is left untreated, it can become severe.

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Cuty
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You made the right decision, when decided to look for answers here with us. So maybe some of us can say, what you need to know. Severe dehydration is a medical emergency and requires immediate medical attention. Contact your GP, out-of-hours service or NHS 111 straight away if you have any of the following symptoms: feeling unusually tired (lethargic) or confused, and you think you may be dehydrated, dizziness when you stand up that doesn't go away after a few seconds, not passing urine for eight hours, a weak pulse, a rapid pulse, fits (seizures), a low level of conciousness. If severe dehydration is not treated immediately, it can lead to complications.

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Johny
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Information, information, and once again - information. This will help. The human body is composed of 75 percent water and 25 percent solid matter. To provide nourishment, eliminate waste and conduct all the trillions of activities in the body, we need water. Most modern societies, however, no longer stress the importance of drinking water as the most important "nutrient" among nutrients.Entire population groups are substituting water with tea, coffee, alcohol and other manufactured beverages. Many people don't realize that the natural thirst signal of the body is a sign that it requires pure, plain drinking water.

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Cuty
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I hope you do not mind, I'm just sharing my thoughts about this? It is true that beverages such as tea, coffee, wine, beer, soft drinks, sports drinks and juices contain water, but they also contain caffeine, alcohol, sugar, artificial sweeteners or other chemicals that act as strong dehydrators. The more of these beverages you consume, the more dehydrated your body becomes because the effects they create in the body are exactly opposite the ones that are produced by water.Beverages containing caffeine, for example, trigger stress responses that at first have strong diuretic effects, leading to increased urination.

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Cuty
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You have your own head, but in any case, we can communicate to exchange information and help each other. Beverages with added sugar drastically raise blood sugar levels. Any beverage that provokes such a response coerces the body to give up large quantities of water. Regular consumption of such beverages results in chronic dehydration, which plays a part in every toxicity crisis (the body's effort to rid itself of accumulated toxins).There is no practical or rational reason to treat an illness (toxicity crisis) with synthetic drugs or even with natural medications and methods unless the body's need for hydration has been met first.

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