10 Signs of Dehydration In Kids

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By james
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Reviewed: Dr. Mera
Sep 19, 2019
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Water is essential for us, we simply cannot live without it. It is also all around us, meaning that most of us have little difficulty getting the water that we need. When we start running low, we become thirsty to encourage us to take on more water.

Not everyone has easy access to water, though, and dehydration can occur. There are also conditions such as vomiting and diarrhea that can cause people to lose more water than they are taking on.

Dehydration can happen to everybody, including kids, and kids are particularly vulnerable to its effects. This article looks at 10 signs of dehydration in kids.

Sign Of Dehydration In Kids #1: Irritability

Kids can be very difficult to work with at times. They can become very irritable and, while it is often down to tiredness, it is often difficult to know just why they are behaving the way they are. It is often easy to put it down to the child simply being awkward, but it can also be a sign of dehydration.

It can be so easy to overlook the seriousness of the symptom, but you should definitely take notice if it continues. You should also take notice if the behavior is not characteristic for your child. If you are unsure then you should consider getting to see a doctor as soon as you can.

Dehydration In Kids


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