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Health & Fit Tim McGraw collapsed onstage because of dehydration — here's why it can be so dangerous

19:09  12 march  2018
19:09  12 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

6 Scary Things That Happen to Your Body If You Don't Drink Enough Water

  6 Scary Things That Happen to Your Body If You Don't Drink Enough Water <p>About 60 percent of our bodies are made up of water. For them to continue to function properly, it's crucial that we take in enough of the stuff on a daily basis.</p>About 60 percent of our bodies are made up of water. For them to continue to function properly, it's crucial that we take in enough of the stuff on a daily basis. “Hydration is key to helping all the organs in our system work efficiently,” Grace Derocha, a registered dietitian and health coach at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, tells Allure.

Singer Tim McGraw was performing at Ireland's Country to Country Festival in Dublin with his wife Faith Hill on Sunday night when he suddenly dropped to his knees. After a pause in the concert, Hill addressed the crowd and announced that McGraw would not return to the stage

"He's been super dehydrated," Hill said to the audience, according to Rolling Stone. "I apologize, but I made the decision that he cannot come back out."

On social media, videos of Hill's announcement show the crowd cheering in support of McGraw.

Faith addressing the crowd about Tim. He is ok, just dehydrated! #faithhill #timmcgraw (

Why We Feel Thirsty After Consuming Alcohol Or Sugar .
An international study has identified the hormone responsible for acting on our brain and stimulating thirst as a response to alcohol and sugar. A study of mice in Texas and human beings in Europe revealed why alcohol and sugar make us thirsty. The findings of the study were published in the journal Cell Metabolism on April 12.Researchers from the University of Texas (UT Southwestern) found the hormone FGF21 played the role of an anti-dehydration mechanism by acting on the brain to increase the desire to drink water. This was said to happen in response to specific nutrient stresses that lead to dehydration.

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