|What you need to know about dehydration:|
It’s critical to understand the importance of hydration and how to stay safe if your regular water supply is interrupted. Going without food isn’t fun, but going without water will get you in big trouble – fast. You can only go without water for about three to five days. As soon as cells are deprived of water they start
to deteriorate and die, soon after which organs quickly shut down and the damage can be irreparable.
You need 64 ounces of water every day. If you’re working hard, it’s hot or you’re sweating, you’ll need much more.
Dehydration danger signs
How can you tell if you’re getting dehydrated? Danger signs include:
- Swollen tongue
- Heart palpitations
- Inability to sweat
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