Dehydration - Dehydration These slides address the problems...

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Dehydration These slides address the problems of dehydration and math exercises related to dehydration.
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Dehydration Dehydration can be defined as when the loss of water and salts is more than is replenished. The average person loses about 2.5 liters of water every day. So to stay properly hydrated you must replenish this water in order to keep from being dehydrated.
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Dehydration can lead to any of the following problems: Cramps Headaches Diarrhea Fever Vomiting Hallucinations Death In fact, dehydration is the leading cause in deaths of infants. Dangers of Dehydration
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Water in the Body Water makes up approximately 60% of the male body mass, and 50% of the female body mass. Water makes up 75% of muscle mass, but only 25% of fat mass. So the lower a person’s body fat percent is, the higher their water percent will be.
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Body Mass Water makes up 60% of a man’s body mass. How much water is in a man who weighs 215 lbs? Assume that the previous man has 24 lbs of
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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