Dehydration

Dehydration of the body (dehydration) or comes with a significant increase in the number of spin-off from the body of water (faeces, urine, sweat, or if the flow of water in the body (see water, Water currency). Dehydration occurs in some diseases, such as when the pellagra (see); especially expressed dehydration when cholera (see).
Symptoms: thirst, weakness, headache, weight loss. Severe dehydration can lead to mental disorders, collapse and death. Water fasting faster leads to death than food.
Treatment is causal (main disease), as well as infusion warmed up ?°40 degrees salt solutions (izotoniceski solution of sodium chloride up to 1-2 l), blood fluids (for example, poliglyukina).