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2014-06-20T18:40:23+05:30


there are no deficiency diseases caused by water other than DEHYDRATION .

symptoms : nausea, lethargy, confusion.

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2014-06-20T20:20:10+05:30
There is no  deficiency  disease  caused by water  and other than DEHYDRATION
symptoms : nausea, lethargy, confusion.
man without takes he or she cannot live for  more the one day.
s. Dehydration may develop if water consumption fails to satisfy thirst; if the thirst mechanism is not functioning properly, as during intense physical exercise; or if there is excessive fluid loss, as with diarrhea or vomiting. By the time thirst is apparent, there is already some degree of dehydration, which is defined as loss of fluid amounting to at least 1 to 2 percent of body weight. Symptoms can progress quickly if not corrected: dry mouth, sunken eyes, poor skin turgor, cold hands and feet, weak and rapid pulse, rapid and shallow breathing, confusion, exhaustion, and coma. Loss of fluid constituting more than 10 percent of body weight may be fatal. The elderly (whose thirst sensation may be dulled), people who are ill, and those flying in airplanes are especially vulnerable to dehydration. Infants and children with chronic undernutrition who develop gastroenteritis may become severely dehydrated from diarrhea or vomiting. Treatment is with an intravenous or oral solution of glucose and salts.a person should take min 2 to 3 liters of water.

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