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Risk of people from Dehydration i.e Pregnants and breastfeeding

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Risk of from Dehydration i.e Pregnants




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Risk of people from Dehydration i.e. pregnants and breastfeeding
Posted in 2016



Who is at higher risk of dehydration?
People are at higher risk of dehydration if they exercise at a high intensity, have certain medical conditions, are sick, or are not able to get enough fluids during the day. Older adults are also at higher risk. As you get older, your brain may not be able to sense dehydration and send the signals for thirst.
You may need to increase the amount of water you are drinking if you:
Have certain medical conditions, such as kidney stones or bladder infection
Are pregnant or breastfeeding
Will be outside during hot weather
Will be exercising
Have a fever
Have been vomiting or have diarrhea
Are trying to lose weight
Pregnant woman should take care of her body and unborn child body
not to affect her child from dehydration. My Advise 1.  Protect your self from sunlight be…

How I know if I am dehydrated?

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How I know if I am dehydrated?






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How I know if I am dehydrated?
Posted in 2015

How do I know if I’m dehydrated?
Symptoms of dehydration include the following:
Little or no urine, or urine that is darker than usual
Dry mouth
Sleepiness or fatigue
Extreme thirst
Headache
Confusion
Dizziness or lightheaded feeling
No tears when crying
Don’t wait until you notice symptoms of dehydration to take action. Actively prevent dehydration by drinking plenty of water.
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Effects of dehydration in your pregnancy

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Effects of dehydration in your pregnancy






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Effects of dehydration in your  pregnancy
Posted in 2016

Heat Regulation Dehydration can lead to maternal overheating. Water aids in heat regulation for all individuals, but it becomes especially important during pregnancy. Overheating becomes easier during pregnancy because your body is not able to rid itself of heat as easily. In an effort to compensate for this, your body may sweat sooner and more, which means you're also losing extra water. If your temperature increases to 102 degrees or higher, your baby can experience overheating as well. If this happens in early pregnancy, it can lead to neural tube defects. Low Amniotic Fluid While there are a variety of potential causes for developing low amniotic fluid, maternal dehydration could be a possible culprit. Amniotic fluid serves as your baby's support system. It provides protection and cushioning to you…

If U are Pregnant than take care in Summer

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If U are Pregnant than take care in Summer







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If U are Pregnant than take care in Summer
Posted in 2015

It's hot, it's humid, and you're pregnant. True, that can be a recipe for misery, but there are ways to cope. "I always have tremendous sympathy for women whose babies are due in the summer or early fall," says Debra Gilbert Rosenberg, LCSW, author of the recently released The New Mom's Companion: Care for Yourself While You Care for Your Newborn "Heat and humidity, while unpleasant for most people, take a greater toll on pregnant women." 'Heat Intolerance' Adelaide Nardone, MD, an ob-gyn in Providence, Rhode Island, and medical advisor to the Vagisil  Women's health Center, explains that when you're pregnant your body temperature is already a bit higher than normal, so added heat from the outside temperature is bound to make you feel uncomfortable. "…

How to avoid Sun Stroke?

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How to avoid Sun Stroke?



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How to avoid Sun Stroke?
Posted in 2016

How to avoid SUN STROKE?
1. Stay out of sun light between 9 AM to 6 PM
2. Avoid going in hottest places
3. Close your windows and doors to protect your self from
Hottest air.
4. Drink sufficient water to keep your self cool.
5. Keep small piece of Onion in your pocket and carry water battle, Whenever you feel giddiness crush the onion keeping in your curchief or piece of cloth and pour some water and smell it.
you will not get Sun stroke.
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Take care of your Lunch in Summer

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Take care of your Lunch in Summer



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Take care of your Lunch in Summer
Posted in 2016


Take care of your Lunch in Summer
From the beginning I am telling U that You Healthy food to protect your Health...We are all facing Summer heat and daily many people are affected with Sun Stroke....Take care of your Lunch to protect your self.
1....Avoid Spicy, oily foods in day time.
2....Select the vegitables which contain water.
3....Cook with less Salt, spicy and oil
4....Drink about one to two glasses water one hour before Lunch.
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Know that all your body parts are activated when you are walking

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Know that all your body parts are activated when you are walking



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 Know that all your body parts are activated when you are walking
Posted in 2015
God created our body with great care so that he puts various glands to activate when we are walking.  Let us know which muscles we use for walking
The muscles we use for walking are: the “quads” ie, rectus femoris, vastus medialis and vastus lateralis,sartorius, which runs from the hip to the inside of the knee,gracilis, inside the leg,hamstrings ie, the muscles at the back of the leg comprising biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus,iliopsoas in the hips,shin muscles ie, tibialis, peroneus longus, and calves ie, gastrocnemius, and soleus pectineus, gluteus medius and maximus. The glutes propel your leg forward. As you step forward, your tibialis and flexor digitorum longus flex your foot upwards. The back leg engages your gastrocnemius and soleus i…