Symptoms Of Dehydration

In this Section:

1st: Thirst, irritability, fatigue, weakness, apathy, emotional instability, chills, clammy skin, nausea, throbbing heart beat, loss of appetite, low blood pressure

2nd: Headache, cramps, shortness of breath, dizziness, confusion, tremors, tingling in arms, hands, and feet, irritated eyes, fainting

3rd: Visual problems, hallucinations, deafness, swollen tongue, kidney failure

Did You Know?

A loss of 4-5% of body weight of fluid decreases the capacity for hard muscular work by 20-30%.

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