Visiting the annual Sacramento Chinese New Year Culture Association’s festivities is a favorite event for many people. This event will celebrate the year of the monkey, and should prove to be a fun time for people of all ages.
As you walk around and try out different activities and watch the performances, take care to stay hydrated. If you begin to feel ill during the afternoon and evening of the party, a visit to an urgent care can help to get you the care that you need. Urgent care providers at West Sacramento offer these tips for staying hydrated at the Chinese New Year Culture Association’s festival.
The easiest and healthiest way to stay hydrated during the Chinese New Year celebration is to drink about 16 ounces of water before visiting the event, and then about 8 ounces of water every 15 minutes that you are outdoors. You may need more water if you are participating in vigorous physical activities, such as martial arts demonstrations or traditional dances.
If the weather is warmer than average, you may need more water to account for evaporation through sweating. You may need to drink another 16 ounces of water after finishing a period of heavy exercise. You can tell that you are well hydrated if the urine that you pass is clear to pale yellow.
It is also important to stop and take breaks between activities. Give yourself several rest periods. Put your feet up if you begin to feel tired. This is a good time to drink your cup of water. Pick a chair with a great view or sit among your friends and enjoy a nice conversation while allowing your body to take a break and get rehydrated.
Recognizing the Symptoms of Dehydration
Recognizing the symptoms of dehydration allows you to get the proper medical attention from an urgent care clinic in West Sacramento. The early symptoms of dehydration include fatigue, flushed skin and dizziness. If you notice any of these symptoms, drink some water. You may want to sip on the water slowly so that your body can absorb the water properly.
Avoiding Dehydration, Proper Hydration, my.clevelandclinic.org
Dehydration in Adults, http://www.webmd.com