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What happens to your body when you get dehydrated?

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Many people don’t realize just how harmful not drinking enough water can be. While dehydration is especially dangerous for older people and young children, it can still impact you regardless of how old you are. In the USA around 75% of Americans are considered chronically dehydrated making us more susceptible to acute dehydration. And with the start of Summer, the risk of dehydration only increases.

What Does Dehydration Do To The Body?

We know dehydration can be a major health issue but what happens to your body as you become less and less hydrated? This dehydration infographic from the creative team at Avalon Water Coolers
looks at what happens to your body when you don’t drink enough water and the different stages of the condition your body goes through.

Many people don’t realize just how harmful not drinking enough water can be. While dehydration is especially dangerous for older people and young children, it can still impact you regardless of how old you are. In the USA around 75% of Americans are considered chronically dehydrated making us more susceptible to acute dehydration. And with the start of Summer, the risk of dehydration only increases. What Does Dehydration Do To The Body? We know dehydration can be a major health issue but what happens to your body as you become less and less hydrated? This dehydration infographic from the creative team at Avalon Water Coolers looks at what happens to your body when you don’t drink enough water and the different stages of the condition your body goes through.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 70%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 75%
Usability - 70%

70%

Final Grade

This infographic explains how dehydration can impact your body. Having a character to follow through the narrative helps provide consistency to compare the character's relative wellbeing in each stage of dehydration. Text gets a little heavy in some spots but is organized fairly well; the only place it gets confusing is Stage 1 which actually covers 3 different levels of dehydration in a single Stage. It's hard to tell when one description ends and another begins; consider dividing these into sub-stages for easier viewing. Finally, just as there is an introductory paragraph, there should be a concluding statement summarizing what the viewer's takeaway should be — whether it's to drink more water, to visit a site, or something else. In all we'd give this a C.

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