Common sense suggests that the best treatment for dehydration is drinking
water. However, significant electrolyte loss almost always accompanies water
loss - so both electrolytes and water must be replaced.
Essential electrolytes, including an adequate supply of sodium, are needed
to regulate the body's delicate fluid balance and to maintain good circulation.
Too little fluid volume, or hypovolemia, can cause shock, stroke or cardiac
arrest (heart attack). Repeated episodes of dehydration or serious dehydration
can permanently harm organ functioning, especially early or late in life.
Not every liquid rehydrates correctly. Water does not have the needed
electrolytes; sugary or salty drinks (or foods) can make the problem worse. All
Cera products replace fluid losses with a composition that is similar to what
was lost. In addition, Cera products replace volume quickly, and can be taken
on a regular basis, before the problem becomes serious.
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