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Dehydration Herbal Treatment, Prevention, Symptoms, Causes, Cured By

Repertory
General Name
Dehydration
Medical Name
Hypohydration
Hindi Name
Nirjalikara, Pani Ki Kami
Dehydration Symptoms
Fever
Thirst
Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Headache
Insomnia
Dizziness
Confusion
Constipation
Irritability
Dry Mouth
Sunken Eyes
Dry Skin
Loss of Water
Loose Motions
Lightheadedness
Loss of Appetite
Low Blood Pressure
Poor skin resiliency
Dehydration
Dry Mucous Membrane
Darkening or Decrease in Urination
Excessive loss of water from the Body
 

Dehydration Cured By

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Description

Dehydration is a disease of the Whole Body.
An excessive loss of water from the body is Dehydration. In this condition more water is moving out of the body than the amount of water is taking in. It is a process of extracting moisture.
If 50% of body water may loss it results mental deterioration and fatal changes.

Causes of Dehydration
Fever
Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Kidney Failure
Excessive sweating
Excessive Urine output
Gastrointestinal Diseases
Loss of fluid during hot weather

If not treated properly, Dehydration may cause
Death
Seizures
Constipation
Permanent Brain Damage

Body Part(s)

Whole Body

Whole Body Diseases

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Materia Medica for Dehydration

Single Herb

Vegetable Salad for Dehydration

Take Vegetable Salad like Tomato, Cucumber, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Broccoli, Carrot to cure Dehydration.

Eclipta Alba ( Bhringraj ) for Dehydration

Extract the juice of Eclipta Alba leaves. Mix 25 ml of this juice in 2 tablespoons of Honey. Consume it 2 times a day.
 
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Herbal Treatment For Dehydration 1

Take One table spoon of Lime Juice, 1/4 tablespoon of Sugar, a Pinch of Salt in 2 cups of water. Mix it well. Take this liquid through out the day.

Herbal Treatment For Dehydration 2

Take a bowl of Yogurt ( Dahi in India ) and blend it well with a glass of water. Add a pinch of salt and 1/2 teaspoon dried Ginger ( Adrak in India ) powder. Drink at least thrice a day.
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