Dehydration doesn’t show signs of need for care until it is severe and it has aggravated to motion problems or vomiting. Specially after lots of rain and floods next thing is Diarrhea, Nausea and vomiting. In developing country like India many people gets diarrhea 3-4 times a year. Diarrhea caused by either food poisoning, intestines diseases or virus which effects on gut.
Especially losing weight and fatigue are simple early signs, yet you might be avoiding it which can be a clear indication that you are having a body that is dehydrated.
Even before it worsens, your breath, skin, and even muscles can give an indication of dehydrated one is feeling.
Bad breath is a good sign of indigestion due to dehydration.
Skin can also tell you about percentage of water in your body. If you take the pinch test, you can also check for dehydration. With two fingers, hold like you pinch the skin between the wrist watch area and fingers. If the skin immediately sits down its good, if it doesn’t, it is a sign of dehydration.
Muscle cramps occur because of dehydration. Legs, feet, especially calf muscles pain and limbs pain due to dehydration.
Chills and feeling feverish are also signs of having a dehydration.
Your cravings of food, specifically sweet is an indication that you might need to drink more water or jazzed up fluids.
Headaches are a vital sign of checking with your water intake.
If the color of urine is yellow or chardonnay, it is also an indication of dehydration.
An adult senior male is expected to drink about 3 liters of water. An adult senior female is expected to drink 2.2 liters of water. This brings us to the question, how can we tackle by preventing dehydration?
Organization like Papaya care knows how to keep their residents safe from dehydration. Drinking more water before meals is also helpful as it lessens the impact of hunger and food intake.