Staying hydrated crucial as weather heats up
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As the weather warms up this summer, remember to stay hydrated!
Emergency doctors from the Cleveland Clinic say common symptoms of dehydration include feeling thirsty, tired, lightheaded and not being able to urinate.
In more extreme cases, a person may have a rapid heartbeat, low blood pressure and sunken eyes. If that happens, head to the hospital right away.
Remember, babies are often the most susceptible to dehydration since they’re unable to ask for fluids.