Dehydration, a condition where most of our fluid is lost because of any type of exertion, weather condition or just because of lack of hydration. It is mostly linked to the deserted area, where chances or getting enough liquid intakes is rare. But it can even happen when you exercise in swimming pool. The bottom line should be ‘keeping yourself hydrated.’
There are many ways our body fluid can lost, like sweating, exhaled air, urine, stool. In case of dehydration, one can experience fever, heat exposure, vomiting or diarrhea. Some of the easy signs of dehydration stars from thirst, dry mouth and swollen tongue, first weak then dizzy which might lead to hallucination. Palpitation, about to faint and then faint doen, changed color to dark yellow and quantity of urine.
But there are some handy precautions and tips you can come up with to deal with dehydration:
Hunt for shade: Makes sense isn’t it? Even little exertion in sun can easily trigger sweating and push us to exhale more causing us to lose more body liquid. So it is always wise to get in shade whenever is possible and come out of it whenever is needed.
Some Diet hacks: It is not only related to increasing reliance on fruit juices, which help you keeping hydrated. But including some easy to find water based fruits like pineapple, water melon, tomato, grapes, sapodilla, mango, some berries or universally available banana. Despite enriched with nutrients they are also capable of fulfilling your hydration needs.
H2O: No brainer advice it may sound and the most obvious. But don’t underestimate the face out body is made ¾ of water content. The habit of drinking plenty of water a day is indeed a good habit. And in case of ever exposure in the sun, replenish your skin with water to keep it hydrate and let pigmentation find its balance.
Coconut water: The elixir of tropical region and there are some reasons why it is worshiped so much. Out of all water based fruits, coconuts water is infused with electrolyte, iron and potassium that help you level up they hydration-level.
Epsom Salt Bath: Didn’t saw that coming, it is innovative and less popular way to balance and heal or just keep updated you hydration level. Epsom salt is filled with magnesium which is easy to absorbed in your skin and heal it right away.
Baking soda and Salt: Might sound straight come out of chemistry class, but when you are already dehydrated and seeking for ways to get it back on track. Just mix a solution of ½ teaspoon baking soda with 1 teaspoon of salt and some sugar in double quantity and take it as much as you needed till the time you feel you are back and completely hydrated.
Good Old Butter-milk: If you are just tired to make above solution, just take buttermilk out of fridge, give a shake and drink it. Just like coconut water, it is also enriched with electrolyte, which help your body to recover quickly.
In other tips, take some rest and wear something light and cotton, something comfortable enough to function.