10 Signs of Dehydration In Kids

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Sign Of Dehydration In Kids #2: Cold Extremities

Human beings are warm-blooded creatures. This means that we are able to generate our own body heat and we generate the heat from the food that we eat. This helps ensure that we are able to survive in a range of temperatures, provided they are not too extreme.

As such, you can expect our bodies to be warm to the touch. If they are not then it is a sign that something may be wrong, and that something could well be dehydration. The child’s skin will also often be dry to the touch when dehydrated. You should ensure the child has plenty of fluids, and also consider taking them to see a doctor.

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