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Synonyms for dehydration

dryness resulting from the removal of water

depletion of bodily fluids

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1995, Thirst and fluid intake following graded hypohydration levels in humans.
Effect of hypohydration on core temperature during exercise in temperate and hot environments.
02) or hypohydration (USG [greater than or equal to] 1.
This reduction in salivary flow may be a side effect of medications, or it may indicate a possible autonomic disorder, hypohydration and/or salivary gland deficiency in individuals with spastic CP.
Meta-analysis of the effects of hypohydration showed that it starts to affect endurance performance when loss of body mass is 3% or more, but there was no mention of ambient temperatures in the studies [1679]; hypohydration also impaired some kinds of shorter performance, but a threshold was less clear [1681].
It is well known that hypohydration and/or dehydration during exercise severely hampers the body's ability to cope with thermal stress (Sawka et al.
Voluntary hypohydration in 10- to 12-year-old boys.
To reduce the risk of chronic hypohydration, drink enough so that you urinate every three to four hours.
Finally and most commonly, the deadly combination of heat stress, exercise, and hypohydration is known to precipitate rhabdomyolosis.
The effects of hypohydration and fatigue on neuromuscular activation performance.
High skin temperature and hypohydration impair aerobic performance.
Hypohydration and exercise: effects of heat acclimation, gender, and environment.
It is well documented that hypohydration can adversely affect thermoregulation, cardiovascular function, metabolism and cognitive function (Armstrong et al.