Dehydration is a loss of fluid in the body. When your body loses more fluid than you take in, your heart and kidneys have to work harder to move fluid around the body. Some factors that contribute to dehydration include; illness, excessive sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive alcohol intake, or inadequate fluid intake.

Some signs and symptoms of dehydration include:

  • RNausea/Vomiting/or Diarrhea
  • RExtremely low or high blood pressure
  • RIncreased heart rate
  • RFatigue
  • R Dizziness
  • RHeadache
  • RMuscle cramps
  • RDry mouth
  • RExtreme Thirst
  • RPeeing too little or dark odorous urine
  • RDry skin

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