01. Sea animals must retain moisture when the tide is low in order to prevent [dehydration].02. Athletes competing in very hot climates have to be very careful not to become [dehydrated].03. We [dehydrated] some fruit in the oven to take on our hiking trip.04. He became [dehydrated] during the game because he didn't drink anything during the breaks.05. A young boy was found after being lost in the woods for 2 days. He was cold, tired and a little [dehydrated], but other than that, he was fine.06. Children who suffer from diarrhea also get [dehydrated] because their bodies can't retain any moisture.07. To protect against [dehydration], crabs hide under rocks when the tide is low.08. You should drink lots of water while you are playing sports so that you don't become [dehydrated].09. Because of an incredible anti-[dehydration] system, some cactus species release 1/600th the moisture of an ordinary plant the same size.10. Alcohol causes the cells in our body to become [dehydrated], so one way to minimize a hang-over is to drink a couple of glasses of water after each alcoholic drink.11. Those doing strenuous exercise should avoid beverages with caffeine and alcohol, both of which can cause [dehydration].12. Senior citizens are at greater risk for [dehydration] than younger people because their bodies are less effective at letting them know when they need water.13. [Dehydration] occurs when your body loses too much water.14. Sports drinks, juice and pop are not good for treating [dehydration] because they have too much sugar, and not enough of the minerals that are being lost.15. Instead of drinking, giraffes can sometimes stay [hydrated] by using the moisture from leaves.16. The camel can withstand severe [dehydration], making it the perfect animal for transportation in the desert.17. In Egypt, people are encouraged to eat lots of cucumbers in order to avoid [dehydration].18. Make sure to drink plenty of water to keep your skin [hydrated] and young looking.19. Water is the most important source of [hydration] to meet the body's needs.20. Studies show that an estimated 75 percent of North Americans are chronically [dehydrated].21. Beauty experts say that cucumber helps cool, soothe, refresh and [hydrate] the skin.
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