Drinking plenty of water everyday is vital as it helps the body to deliver nutrients to the cells and helps the body to function properly. We lose a lot of water daily while indulging in physical activities, leading to the water levels in the body to deplete. Low levels of water in the body could cause fatigue, hence leading to fatigue. Consuming ample amounts of water helps mitigate the risks of a kidney stone, urinary tract infection and ensures proper functioning of the bowel.
Water levels in a child is comparatively higher than that of adults. A child's body comprises 75% water, whereas an adult's body comprises 70% water. For a child it is imperative that he or she consumes 1 - 1.5 liters of water every day. Other than that, there are a variety of fruits and vegetables which have a significant proportion of water in them. Cucumber and watermelon are one of the best examples as they comprise 90% water. Children have a higher requirement of water in the body and a lower heat tolerance, it's imperative that they consume small amounts of water frequently. If the lost amount of water and electrolytes in the body is not replenished, it would dehydrate the child. Dehydration can be a slow process, it depends on how water is lost and also the age of the child.
Here are few signs that says that your child is dehydrated :
Ways to keep your child hydrated
To ensure that your child is hydrated throughout the day,
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