Dehydration is a condition that occurs when water loss from the body exceeds the intake. This imbalance disturbs the salt and sugar levels in the blood, which hampers the body functions. The vital element which hydrates the body is water. Our body contains nearly 75% water, and we cannot survive without it. In our daily routine, we lose water while breathing, sweating, and urinating. In case the water loss is not replaced, dehydration occurs, which prompts a deficiency of electrolytes and water.
The term used to define excessive sweating is hyperhidrosis. People who does the aggressive workout and expose themselves under hot and humid weather without replacing fluids sweats a lot, thus leading to more fluid loss.
Medications used for diagnosing diabetics and blood pressure will cause you to urinate more. If the fluid intake is inadequate, dehydration occurs.
When we suffer from fever, our body attempt to lower the temperature by inducing sweat. Fever is directly proportional to dehydration as the fever increases; your body becomes more dehydrated.