We've got a few more weeks of summer heat ahead, so it's important to know the signs of dehydration.
Early signs include:
- dry mouth or cracked lips
- dark-colored urine
These symptoms are much more severe, and require immediate medical attention:
- abnormal breathing
- fast pulse
- low blood pressure
The CDC recommends drinking 8 ounces of water every 15-20 minutes that you're outside in the heat. And remember, it's best to drink water before you feel thirsty.