10 Things what Dehydration does to your body

Dehydration is a condition that can occur when the loss of body fluids, mostly water, exceeds the amount that is taken in. With dehydration, more water is moving out of individual cells and then out of the body than the amount of water that is taken in through drinking. Medically, dehydration usually means a person has lost enough fluid so that the body begins to lose its ability to function normally and then begins to produce symptoms related to the fluid loss. Although infants and children are at highest risk for dehydration, many adults and especially the elderly have significant risk factors. Today we will tell you what dehydration does to our body:-

  1. Heat flushing feels the live fever.
  2. More thirst and hunger pangs.
  3. Dry mouth all through the day and night.
  4. Vomiting and diarrhea.
  5. Less body immunity.
  6. Glowless skin and hair fall.
  7. Less urination of yellow color leading to the Urine infection.
  8. Conditions such as diabetes
  9. Feeling lethargic throughout the day.
  10. A headache and Dizziness.

Disclaimer*
This is a general guidance tip! Each and every person’s condition might be different, It would be wise to consult your physician before you put any into practice.