How To Avoid Dehydration During Hot Weather? Drink Water and Hydrate Your Body - Since Few | News Time , Sports, Art ,Technology, Horoscopes

Mobile Menu

Top Ads

More News

logoblog

How To Avoid Dehydration During Hot Weather? Drink Water and Hydrate Your Body

Thursday, July 29, 2021

How To Avoid Dehydration During Hot Weather? Drink Water and Hydrate Your Body
Drought

 

Exposure to the risk of dehydration increases with rising temperatures, and with the Meteorological Authority’s expectations of increased temperature and humidity, caution and methods of dehydration must be followed. In this report, we present ways to avoid dehydration during hot weather, according to the “Cleveland Clinic” website.


What is dehydration and what causes it?

 

Dehydration occurs when your body loses more fluid, and when you become dehydrated, your body can't function properly. Although you may associate dehydration with high temperatures, there are a few other things as well that can contribute to it.


Causes of dehydration include:


-fever.


Excessive sweating.


Constant vomiting or diarrhea.


-frequent urination.


Who are most susceptible to dehydration?

 

Since dehydration can be due to illness or extreme heat, any of us can be susceptible to it. However, there are a few people who are at a slightly higher risk.


If you work outdoors, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) recommends hydrating before the start of the workday if you work in high temperatures.


Older people may be more susceptible to dehydration due to a decrease in fluid stores in the body with age.


Infants and young children are at risk because they cannot tell you when they are thirsty. Dehydration can also occur when they are sick.


If you have a chronic condition, you may be more likely to become dehydrated, especially if you have a digestive condition that causes frequent diarrhea. Medications can also cause dehydration if they contain diuretics.


If you are pregnant, hyperemesis gravidarum ( HG ) can cause severe vomiting and make it difficult to keep fluids down in the body. In some cases, you may need intravenous fluids to prevent dehydration.


Athletes may become dehydrated.


When you do intense physical activity, your body temperature rises. Sweat cools your body, but you lose fluids and electrolytes in the process and can become dehydrated if both are not replenished.


signs of dehydration 

 

When someone becomes dehydrated, they will feel very thirsty, and they may not urinate frequently. These are signs that you are not getting enough fluids and that you are developing dehydration.


The more you're out in the heat, the warmer you may feel to the touch and the more you'll stop sweating.


 Excessive thirst, not urinating a lot, warm skin to the touch and not sweating as symptoms of dehydration.


Here are some other signs of dehydration to look for:


Being cranky or anxious.


Headache, delirium and confusion.


-fatigue.


Dizziness.


Dry mouth or dry cough.


High heart rate and low blood pressure.


Not feeling hungry, but perhaps craving sugar.


- Dermatitis.


Swelling in the feet.


Muscle cramps.


Intolerance to heat, or chills.


-Constipation.


Urine is darker in color (not light or clear).


How to prevent dehydration

 

Water remains the preferred drink for hydration, and sports drinks can also be drunk to restore salts lost through excessive sweating and exercise.


Breast milk or formula is a good source of hydration for babies.


It's best to be proactive about staying hydrated if you're working outside


Drink water before you start working, before you feel thirsty, and once you're in heat, drink one glass of water every 15 to 20 minutes.


- Wear light cotton clothing.


Source  youm7

No comments:

Post a Comment