I would say that it is when you go over a week with little water. Symptoms are dark urine and constant having to use the bathroom. (don't ask me why.) some causes are being out in heat for much too long. So remember to drink lots of water in outdoor sports and activities!
Loss of 5-10% is considered moderate dehydration.
Most likely the body won't adapt but if you somehow have something that helps it most definitely can. The body can adapt short-term to mild dehydration. Moderate dehydration can begin to have deleterious effects after 48 hrs, moderate to moderately severe can be fatal in 7-10 days. Severe dehydration can cause multi-system failure in 24 -72 hrs, depending on your hydration level and general health at the time immediatetly preceding a catastrophic event.
Mild to moderate dehydration without vomiting can be managed with oral hydration. If the dehydration is severe or if there is frequent vomiting there is no other option but to administer fluids intravenously.
Your question doesn't provide us with the terms so there is no answer.
You'll know it's too much when you start feeling Light-Headed, its hard to breathe, and you can barely walk. Such a thing is known as Mild - Moderate Dehydration.
Drip Drop is a solution that is used to treat and prevent mild to moderate dehydration. The solution contains a high amount of electrolytes (salts) and sugars, as well as potassium, magnesium and Vitamin C.
Hydrolysis uses water in the reaction and dehydration removes it. The answer is dehydration.
Dehydration is spelled dehydration
yes it causes dehydration
Dehydration is a medical term.
Dehydration is a common occurrence with the drug
dehydration increases hematocrit
Dehydration. This question was unnecessary.