What to do if exercise is dehydrated

Dehydration is caused by a lack of sufficient water in the body.

Vomiting, high fever, sweating, diarrhea or lack of water and food can all cause severe dehydration.

Dehydration is an emergency and can be fatal. This condition often occurs in older people and often in infants and young children.

  Symptoms: 1.

Extreme thirst, patients may not quench their thirst.

  2.

tired.

  3.

dizziness.

  4.

Fracture of the abdomen or muscle.

  Treatment method: 1.

Move the patient to a cool place.

  2.

Replenish lost body fluids and chemicals, sip patient water, tea, carbonated drinks, sports drinks or clear soups.

  3.

See your doctor if symptoms persist or other complications (such as vomiting heart, diarrhea) appear.