For caregivers, the early warning signs of dehydration can be difficult to detect in patients. For one, elderly adults don’t feel thirst as strongly as other adults, and thirst is a common early warning sign for mild dehydration. Plus, there are a number of other reasons elderly adults face a greater risk of developing dehydration.
Article by: Colby Zintl, Sept 8th, 2014 @dripdrop.com
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