As the temperature outside continues to soar, so do our chances of becoming dehydrated. Make sure you and the family beat the heat and humidity by checking out our tips on how to treat and prevent dehydration.
Here are just a few things to remember while enjoying the outdoors this summer:
- Babies and younger children are at an increased risk of becoming dehydrated.
- Common symptoms of dehydration include low energy levels, cold and sweaty skin, and restlessness.
- Children with moderate to severe dehydration should be seen by a doctor.
For more suggestions on how to stay safe and healthy this summer, visit our section on Summer Safety Tips.
The AboutKidsHealth Team