Your urine can reveal a lot about what’s going on in your body, from how hydrated you are to whether you might have a urinary tract infection. Learn what’s normal and what’s not in this urine color chart.
Dry mouth can be incredibly uncomfortable. We share eight tips to help relieve your dry mouth.
Whether you call it a foot or leg cramp (aka “charley horse”), it happens when a muscle gets involuntarily stiff and can’t relax. Here’s what causes these cramps, as well as tips to help prevent them.
Hit by leg cramps? There are several ways you can not only treat them at home, but also prevent them from coming back.
Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy
Many of us have felt light-headed when we stand too quickly or exercise, but if you have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) or other illnesses,you can also get dizzy. We all know that fitness is important for good health, but people with POTS may struggle to exercise. Find tips for exercising if you have POTS from an exercise physiologist.
We often look forward to changes of season, but if you have diabetes, you need to be extra careful when temperatures climb dramatically. Extreme heat can affect your blood sugar control.
If you’re a runner and don’t have the right nutrition and fluid balance headed into your run you could risk draining your body of vital resources too quickly or have less energy to complete your program. Get all the tips you need to stay healthy and hydrated. Dietitian Kate Patton offers advice on adopting a diet plan that fuels and hydrates you each time you step out the door.
With all of the information being put out on coronavirus, it’s hard to keep up with. Is there a reason people are reacting differently? Absolutely!
It’s not unusual to crave a cold glass of water on a hot summer day or after you’ve eaten something particularly spicy. But there are multiple reasons why you may suddenly find yourself thirsty and some are more serious than others.
When you’re undergoing cancer treatment, side effects like vomiting and diarrhea can cause you to become dehydrated. Our expert offers a quick self-test and ways to get more fluids.