Sweating and urine are natural ways to eliminate water from your body. You become dehydrated if you lose more fluids than you consume
Cramping, shock, renal failure, and other hazardous consequences can result from severe dehydration.
Dehydration is a greater risk for the elderly, especially those with a long-term medical condition.
Consume water-rich foods such as fruits and vegetables.
Avoid or limit the use of caffeine-rich beverages, such as coffee, tea, and soda.
A severe dehydration can cause a wide range of symptoms such as extreme thirst, a fast heartbeat or breathing rate, little or no urine, concentrated urine with a dark colour and strong odour, or confusion.