Hi, I feel this cool sensation on the top of my head after I drink some water...sometimes I feel a little weird too along with it...like sort of out of it. I hardly feel thirsty, it doesn t matter what activity I m doing, I could go a day or two without drinking anything. I simply forget...I know I might have some dehydration issues, but why do I feel the cool sensation on my head after I do drink water? I also sometimes feel the same sensation in my back outer rib area, I guess where my kidneys are. Anyway, I appreciate any insight into what s going on...
I am a gastric bypass (MGB) patient 14 years out. I have been suffering with dizziness for the last 24 hours. Not the spin kind but the kind where you feel you are walking on a deck of a ship. My BP and blood sugar are normal. Could it be dehydration? I drink lots of water but.....
hello, I have a friend who is severely dehydrated but refuses to go to hospital. he has been drinking Gatorade for the electrolytes , and plenty of water. I read somewhere that the body also needs 2 other things to be replaced but I can not remember what I read, what are those 2 things and where would I find them to be able to replace them in the body
A friend of mine was suffering from kidney failure. She went on dialysis and improved so much that the doctor decided to remove her from it for a week as a trial run. She got sick with nausea, diarrhea, and dehydration and is now in the hospital. Can you tell me what is going on?
Hi, I've alway suffered from becoming nauseous after running or working out too hard. I used to think it was dehydration but now think it has something to do with my heart and sporadic arythmia.
Tonight, I became severely nauseous after a short, high-intensity workout at home. I didn't vomit but had to stay on the ground for about 25 minutes. I saw flickering white and colored static, had ringing in my ears, sweating, dizziness. I couldn't move and had to lie on the floor half-conscious till the feeling subsided.
Do I have a weak heart? Am I just prone to over-exerting myself?
hi i have been dehydrated before during the summer it kinda seen like it came a few days ago i had a dry mouth and throat but i been drinking water and it got better but now my lips been alil dry and kinda strong heart rate does this mean i need more water urine is clear too
I am a 43 year old male. My entire life I have felt hot and I have always sweated profusely. The least little amount of activity can trigger sweating. Even when I go skiing and it's 20-degrees, I can only wear a single layer of clothing (short sleeve shirt). I tend to get dehydrated very quickly, so I have to drink water also continuously. In social settings, I tend to avoid activity in an effort to avoid getting hot and sweaty. Do I have Hyperthyroidism or some other condition? This constant condition can't be normal and it certainly prohibits me from living life to the fullest.
I have been suffering from dehydration for a month and a half. The problem is when I get fluids from the ER, it comes back again because I have Diabetes and the medicine Januvia is preventing the fluids to stay in my system. My doctor still wants...
My head is killing me my stomach is upset I vomited I’m dizzy and when I swallow it feel like it gets stuck right about half way down it’s uncomfortable sometimes it passes down and sometimes it comes back up. And my pain in the abdomen
I am a 39 year male and I am urinating every 30 minutes to 1 hour. I don't have any pain or discoloration. Just concerned at how often im going I'd like to know what this could be if anything dangerous or to be concerned of.