dehydration


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Synonyms for dehydration

dryness resulting from the removal of water

depletion of bodily fluids

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CEO and Co-Founder James Mayo is ecstatic about the long-awaited arrival of the Recovery formula: "over the past four months we identified that our consumers' and athletes' daily state of dehydration was a key factor in maintaining a fully functioning body.
Texture, color and total anthocyanin content also indicated that, as the sugar content of the berries increased during microwave-osmotic dehydration, the berries became softer--more chewy--and also had a deeper red color and a higher anthocyanin content.
Prevention and protection from heatstroke is quite easy and the very first thing to remember is that heatstroke can be caused by rapid dehydration because the body needs water to cool down.
In general, membrane separation processes have numerous applications in various industries, including petroleum, gas, petrochemcials, water purification, pharmaceutics and food stuff in addition to dehydration of natural gas.
Dehydration can affect exercise performance, even when you're only moderately short of fluids (less than two per cent dehydrated), and this level of dehydration can occur during exercise itself as a result of sweating, even if you were sufficiently hydrated before.
By day 4, the NIHSS score had improved in 83% of those without dehydration but in only 58% of those with dehydration.
Parents should encourage children and adolescents to do some light exercise; however, they should not allow them to participate in excessive physical activities during fasting hours to protect them from dehydration or hypoglycemia," she cautioned.
The symptoms of lethargy and fever, which we tend to associate with the disease process of acute pharyngitis or tonsillitis, may actually be the cause and effect of dehydration.
The heat causes perspiration and in turn water loss, increasing the risk of dehydration," said Dr Naroo.
The Enerven assets include four compression and dehydration stations comprised of 31 two- and three-stage, reciprocating natural gas compressor units and 10 glycol dehydration units.
TRAGIC Kane Gorny's family last night slammed the increase in dehydration deaths as "shocking".
Combined effect of short-term dehydration and sublethal acute oral dicrotophos exposure confounds the diagnosis of anticholinesterase exposure in common quail (Coturnix coturnix) using plasma cholinesterase activity.
Summary: Even as the mercury soars draining people to dehydration, heatstroke and other heat-related sicknesses, people in the UAE, especially expatriate workers, will still have to go on with their jobs even if that means putting themselves at risk.
Summary: Lindsay Lohan has been treated for exhaustion and dehydration whilst working on movie 'Liz and Dick'.
Washington, Feb 18 ( ANI ): Even mild dehydration can alter a person's mood, energy level, and ability to think clearly, two new studies have claimed.