Dehydration is a condition that occurs when someone loses more fluids than he or she takes in. Dehydration isn't as serious a problem for teens as it can be for babies or young children. But if you ignore your thirst, dehydration can slow you down.
Common symptoms noticed in dehydrated children are dry, sticky mouth, sleepiness or tiredness, low energy levels, in addition to increased thirst and decreased urine output. Among infants, there may be no wet diapers for three hours and they may s...
Dehydration occurs when your body has lost more fluid than you have taken in. If not treated timely, dehydration can lead to several complications. You should seek medical help for severe dehydration, but you can treat mild dehydration at home.
You can make a super yummy electrolyte drink, which supports optimal hydration by replacing vital minerals and electrolytes. They’re stocked with easily absorbed simple carbs that help boost energy, too.
This video demonstrates how to make your own oral rehydration solution using water, salt, and sugar. It replaces the lost fluid in the body and gives instant energy.
Give the water a twist, make it flavorful and healthy. Add some natural goodies to your water.
For vomiting children, the main risk is water loss, or dehydration, especially if fever causes them to sweat more or they are also losing fluid through diarrhoea. It’s important that a sick child continues to drink water to take care of normal da...
Water is essential for good nutrition that keeps your child energized and healthy at all times. Here are ten ways that will improve your child's hydration.