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What happens to the body when it does
What happens to the body when it does
What happens to the body when it does
What happens to the body when it does
What happens to the body when it does
What happens to the body when it does
What happens to the body when it does
What happens to the body when it does
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  • 1. Benefits provided by drinking pureBenefits provided by drinking pure drinking mineral waterdrinking mineral water  Some of the benefits provided by drinking pureSome of the benefits provided by drinking pure drinking mineral water include:drinking mineral water include:  Helps with digestionHelps with digestion  Controls regularityControls regularity  Helps you stay hydratedHelps you stay hydrated  Provides you with more energyProvides you with more energy  Helps reduce weightHelps reduce weight  Helps get rid of headachesHelps get rid of headaches
  • 2. Signs to Prevent DehydrationSigns to Prevent Dehydration  The signs of dehydration are if a child complainsThe signs of dehydration are if a child complains of being thirsty. That is an early sign and fluidsof being thirsty. That is an early sign and fluids should be provided immediately and a time outshould be provided immediately and a time out for rest and drinking the fluid should be taken.for rest and drinking the fluid should be taken. Lethargy is another sign and is a later sign ofLethargy is another sign and is a later sign of dehydration.dehydration.  Although you may not have PALS certification,Although you may not have PALS certification, but you can certainly be knowledgeable aboutbut you can certainly be knowledgeable about how to prevent dehydration and treat it ifhow to prevent dehydration and treat it if possible.possible.
  • 3. Tips to Avoid DehydrationTips to Avoid Dehydration Tip 1: Avoid drinking coffee or soda. TheyTip 1: Avoid drinking coffee or soda. They contain caffeine.contain caffeine. Tip 2 Energy boosters like caffeine canTip 2 Energy boosters like caffeine can actually shrink blood vessels.actually shrink blood vessels. Tip 3: Apply a good moisturizer right afterTip 3: Apply a good moisturizer right after bathing.bathing. Tip 4: Avoid eating salty foods especiallyTip 4: Avoid eating salty foods especially right before bed time. Salt makes yourright before bed time. Salt makes your body feel bloated.body feel bloated.
  • 4. What are the functions of water in theWhat are the functions of water in the bodybody  Water is essential in the digestion of food and the absorption of nutrients inWater is essential in the digestion of food and the absorption of nutrients in the body. It allows the food consumed to be broken down, and allows forthe body. It allows the food consumed to be broken down, and allows for easier cell absorption.easier cell absorption.  It is utilized in the burning of fuel for energy. Without it, dogs will be unableIt is utilized in the burning of fuel for energy. Without it, dogs will be unable to convert food into energy needed in their daily activities.to convert food into energy needed in their daily activities.  Water is essential in maintaining the normal and ideal body temperature.Water is essential in maintaining the normal and ideal body temperature. Without it, a dog's body would definitely overheat.Without it, a dog's body would definitely overheat.  Drinking the required amounts of water replaces lost liquids in the normalDrinking the required amounts of water replaces lost liquids in the normal course of fluid secretion. Secretions such as urination and the like.course of fluid secretion. Secretions such as urination and the like.  Water is essential in chemical reactions vital in the fusion or chemicalWater is essential in chemical reactions vital in the fusion or chemical reactions needed in various bodily functions. The various organs in a dog'sreactions needed in various bodily functions. The various organs in a dog's body require various chemical reactions to function. Water plays a vital rolebody require various chemical reactions to function. Water plays a vital role in this process.in this process.  Like in humans, water is vital in transporting toxic substances from cells andLike in humans, water is vital in transporting toxic substances from cells and extracted from the body. In the deficiency of water from the body, there willextracted from the body. In the deficiency of water from the body, there will be no other way for these waste materials to exit the body, which will resultbe no other way for these waste materials to exit the body, which will result in the body's deterioration.in the body's deterioration.
  • 5. What happens to the body when itWhat happens to the body when it does not get the water it needsdoes not get the water it needs excessive thirst,excessive thirst, dry mouth,dry mouth, dry eyes (inability to cry),dry eyes (inability to cry), bright yellow urine,bright yellow urine, decrease in the ability to sweat,decrease in the ability to sweat, nausea and vomiting,nausea and vomiting, heart palpitations, andheart palpitations, and lightheadedness (especially when standing).lightheadedness (especially when standing).
  • 6. Compare And Contrast How DiffereCompare And Contrast How Differe  ElectrolytesElectrolytes are the chemicals in the body which areare the chemicals in the body which are required for regulating nerve and muscle function andrequired for regulating nerve and muscle function and other physiological functions. Sodium, Potassium, Andother physiological functions. Sodium, Potassium, And Chloride are important electrolytes in the body. SodiumChloride are important electrolytes in the body. Sodium regulates the amount of water in the body.regulates the amount of water in the body.  The movement ofThe movement of sodiumsodium results in the electric signalsresults in the electric signals required for communication between different cells.required for communication between different cells. Potassium is important for regulation of heartbeat andPotassium is important for regulation of heartbeat and muscle functions. Sodium and potassium are positivemuscle functions. Sodium and potassium are positive ions whereas Chloride is negative ion which is used forions whereas Chloride is negative ion which is used for maintaining the fluid balance in the body.maintaining the fluid balance in the body.
  • 7. effects might alcohol and caffeineeffects might alcohol and caffeine have on hydration levels in the bodyhave on hydration levels in the body  DehydrationDehydration  The human body needs a certain amount of water to be healthy and to complete its variousThe human body needs a certain amount of water to be healthy and to complete its various functions. Dehydration is the condition the body suffers from when it does not have enoughfunctions. Dehydration is the condition the body suffers from when it does not have enough water to function properly.water to function properly. DiureticsDiuretics  A diuretic is any substance (food, drink, etc.) that causes frequent urination and loss ofA diuretic is any substance (food, drink, etc.) that causes frequent urination and loss of hydration in the body. Diuretics cause the body to expel not only water, but also nutrients thathydration in the body. Diuretics cause the body to expel not only water, but also nutrients that aide in maintaining hydration levels.aide in maintaining hydration levels. AlcoholAlcohol  Alcohol disrupts the levels of many hormones in the body, including the antidiureticAlcohol disrupts the levels of many hormones in the body, including the antidiuretic vasopressin. Without this hormone, the body attempts to flush itself by expelling water throughvasopressin. Without this hormone, the body attempts to flush itself by expelling water through urine at an increased rate, leading to a state of dehydration.urine at an increased rate, leading to a state of dehydration. CaffeineCaffeine  Caffeine causes a temporary increase in metabolism, which uses up the body's resources moreCaffeine causes a temporary increase in metabolism, which uses up the body's resources more rapidly. This causes a minor loss of water in the body. Caffeine also has a biochemical diureticrapidly. This causes a minor loss of water in the body. Caffeine also has a biochemical diuretic effect similar to alcohol, but it is far less intense.effect similar to alcohol, but it is far less intense.
  • 8. Dehydration and AlcoholDehydration and Alcohol  The dehydration caused by drinking too much alcohol isThe dehydration caused by drinking too much alcohol is due to a number of things including the toxicity of thedue to a number of things including the toxicity of the acid that accumulates in the stomach and intestinesacid that accumulates in the stomach and intestines which can lead to nausea.which can lead to nausea.  Alcohol can also inflame the tube that carries food fromAlcohol can also inflame the tube that carries food from the throat to the stomach which can give you heartburn.the throat to the stomach which can give you heartburn. And on top of that, the over production of insulin whichAnd on top of that, the over production of insulin which causes low blood sugar levels which leads to excessivecauses low blood sugar levels which leads to excessive sweating, dizziness and the shakes. Some may evensweating, dizziness and the shakes. Some may even experience diarrhoea in the short term.experience diarrhoea in the short term.  Before you head out for a night drinking, remember toBefore you head out for a night drinking, remember to drink in moderation, drink plenty of water and eat food todrink in moderation, drink plenty of water and eat food to line the stomach which will help slow down theline the stomach which will help slow down the absorption of alcohol into the system.absorption of alcohol into the system.
  • 9. 3 Ways to Prevent Dehydration3 Ways to Prevent Dehydration  Know the possible signs and symptomsKnow the possible signs and symptoms - Know the possible signs and- Know the possible signs and symptoms of dehydration. When a person is dehydrated, you can observe somesymptoms of dehydration. When a person is dehydrated, you can observe some signs and symptoms such as physical fatigue, excessive feeling of thirst,signs and symptoms such as physical fatigue, excessive feeling of thirst, dizziness, paleness, dark yellow urine and urination fewer than 5 times in a day.dizziness, paleness, dark yellow urine and urination fewer than 5 times in a day. Knowing the possible signs may help you prevent dehydration. You will know whatKnowing the possible signs may help you prevent dehydration. You will know what to avoid and what to do.to avoid and what to do.  Stay in cool placesStay in cool places - Weather can be a major factor. When there is too much- Weather can be a major factor. When there is too much heat, it can possibly dehydrate a person. To prevent dehydration from occurring,heat, it can possibly dehydrate a person. To prevent dehydration from occurring, you should stay in cool places as much as possible. Hot or warm weather can beyou should stay in cool places as much as possible. Hot or warm weather can be inevitable. You cannot control the weather. You cannot make it cool, chilly andinevitable. You cannot control the weather. You cannot make it cool, chilly and freezing. All you have to do is try to be in cool places. You can go to the mall orfreezing. All you have to do is try to be in cool places. You can go to the mall or stay in your air conditioned room. These places can cool you down.stay in your air conditioned room. These places can cool you down.  Always have water with youAlways have water with you - Always remember that no other liquids can- Always remember that no other liquids can make you feel re-hydrated rather than water alone. Drink plenty of water. If there ismake you feel re-hydrated rather than water alone. Drink plenty of water. If there is no water available, you can drink Gatorade as an alternative drink. This drinkno water available, you can drink Gatorade as an alternative drink. This drink contains electrolytes and carbohydrates that can help in preventing dehydration.contains electrolytes and carbohydrates that can help in preventing dehydration. As much as possible, drink plenty of water every day. It is highly recommendedAs much as possible, drink plenty of water every day. It is highly recommended that you drink at least 8 to 10 glasses a day. This will keep you hydrated and avoidthat you drink at least 8 to 10 glasses a day. This will keep you hydrated and avoid dehydration.dehydration.
  • 10. 3 Ways to Prevent Dehydration3 Ways to Prevent Dehydration  Know the possible signs and symptomsKnow the possible signs and symptoms - Know the possible signs and- Know the possible signs and symptoms of dehydration. When a person is dehydrated, you can observe somesymptoms of dehydration. When a person is dehydrated, you can observe some signs and symptoms such as physical fatigue, excessive feeling of thirst,signs and symptoms such as physical fatigue, excessive feeling of thirst, dizziness, paleness, dark yellow urine and urination fewer than 5 times in a day.dizziness, paleness, dark yellow urine and urination fewer than 5 times in a day. Knowing the possible signs may help you prevent dehydration. You will know whatKnowing the possible signs may help you prevent dehydration. You will know what to avoid and what to do.to avoid and what to do.  Stay in cool placesStay in cool places - Weather can be a major factor. When there is too much- Weather can be a major factor. When there is too much heat, it can possibly dehydrate a person. To prevent dehydration from occurring,heat, it can possibly dehydrate a person. To prevent dehydration from occurring, you should stay in cool places as much as possible. Hot or warm weather can beyou should stay in cool places as much as possible. Hot or warm weather can be inevitable. You cannot control the weather. You cannot make it cool, chilly andinevitable. You cannot control the weather. You cannot make it cool, chilly and freezing. All you have to do is try to be in cool places. You can go to the mall orfreezing. All you have to do is try to be in cool places. You can go to the mall or stay in your air conditioned room. These places can cool you down.stay in your air conditioned room. These places can cool you down.  Always have water with youAlways have water with you - Always remember that no other liquids can- Always remember that no other liquids can make you feel re-hydrated rather than water alone. Drink plenty of water. If there ismake you feel re-hydrated rather than water alone. Drink plenty of water. If there is no water available, you can drink Gatorade as an alternative drink. This drinkno water available, you can drink Gatorade as an alternative drink. This drink contains electrolytes and carbohydrates that can help in preventing dehydration.contains electrolytes and carbohydrates that can help in preventing dehydration. As much as possible, drink plenty of water every day. It is highly recommendedAs much as possible, drink plenty of water every day. It is highly recommended that you drink at least 8 to 10 glasses a day. This will keep you hydrated and avoidthat you drink at least 8 to 10 glasses a day. This will keep you hydrated and avoid dehydration.dehydration.

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