As soon as begin to notice you are dehydrating (you’ll feel thirsty or experience a dry mouth) your body has already lost about 2% of its total fluids.
This can adversely affect your physical performance. Each 1% loss of total body fluids results in a 2% reduction in aerobic capacity.
As dehydration increases other signs start appearing, often at alarmingly quick rate: yawning; loss of appetite; dry skin; flushing; darker urine; general fatigue and weakness; chills and head rushes …
Your body is telling you to hydrate. To drink water.
If the dehydration is allowed to progress and your body loses around 5% of its total fluids you will experience many of the following: increased heart and respiration rate; an increase in body temperature; a decrease in sweating and urination; muscle cramps, tingling and extreme fatigue; headaches and nausea…
Your body is screaming at you to hydrate. To drink water.
If your body loses 10% of its total fluids this is a life threatening emergency situation. Symptoms may include: muscle spasms; vomiting; racing pulse; dim vision; shriveled skin; painful urination; difficulty in breathing; seizures, chest and abdominal pains; unconsciousness…
Your body is about to give up. Seek medical attention and drink water.
Signs of dehydration in a child will not be the same as in a teenager, adult or someone over 50.
Dehydration prevention is the best treatment for every age group. Drink genzon water. Regularly throughout the day.