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Dehydration often occurs in hot weather because the higher your or your little one’s body temperature gets, the more you perspire or sweat. Sweat is your body’s natural cooling mechanism, but if you sweat a lot, you can lose enough fluids and electrolytes to leave you dehydrated. So, if you or your child is feeling tired, have headache-like symptoms, or are experiencing other symptoms of dehydration, rehydrate with Pedialyte® and feel better fast to avoid any symptoms of heat stroke.
It’s really important to keep yourself and your kid hydrated in the heat because dehydration can contribute to a more serious condition — heat exhaustion.
Common heat exhaustion symptoms:
Be sure to get to a cooler location, rest, and rehydrate if you or your little one starts to experience any of these symptoms of heat exhaustion. Left untreated, heat exhaustion can become heat stroke, a much more serious condition that may require hospitalization.