Did you know that dehydration can severely impact your health? Staying hydrated helps your body defend itself against illnesses, prevent kidney stones, blood clots and gallstones. It is very important to stay hydrated, especially during the hot summer months. Heat will cause your body to sweat, which cools you down, but means you are losing extra fluid.
When a person becomes dehydrated they typically feel very thirsty, have bouts with dry mouth or tongue furrows. They may feel exhausted and sleepy,…
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4 ways to guarantee dehydration doesn’t get the best of you this summer