Dehydration In The Elderly Can Be A Serious Health Risk.
It becomes increasingly important to maintain proper levels of hydration as we get into older ages. Elderly dehydration can become an emergency situation if it becomes severe enough. For those with Dementia or Alzheimer’s, who are normally confused or forgetful, extra diligence in monitoring for dehydration is necessary.
Managing Dehydration in Seniors.
If you are elderly, or help care for someone who is, there are some simple ways to help prevent and manage dehydration. These include:
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