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overhydrate

(ō′vər-hī′drāt)
tr.v. overhy·drated, overhy·drating, overhy·drates
To cause to take excessive fluids into the body, as through intravenous injection.

o′ver·hy·dra′tion n.
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"It appears neonates exposed to increased fluids before birth might be born overhydrated, requiring the baby to regulate his or her fluid levels during the first 24 hours after birth.
The reference was to his Windsor winner Betty Fontained, who stuck on best to score by a neck in a driving finish OVERHYDRATED As the temperatures soared and the drinks flowed freely at Uttoxeter a number of racegoers were admitted to the racecourse First Aid room, with medical staff struggling to cope MONGANS DENIED After being denied by his his wife's horse Addwaitya at Folkestone last week, Ian Mongan teamed up with his other half for the ride on Mildoura at Salisbury yesterday.
Professor Drake does warn, however, that there is no benefit to being "overhydrated".
Overhydrated proteins create very extensible dough with a lack of elasticity that requires some changes in the baking process.
A dancer who is overhydrated runs the risk of experiencing a drop in the blood's sodium level, which can lead to headaches, nausea, vomiting, weakness, and dizziness, and in some eases seizures and collapse--almost the same symptoms as dehydration.
In an overhydrated state, the skin is at greater risk for erosion and impairment of integrity.
"My body and brain cells had been so dehydrated or wrinkled and shrivelled from dehydration, then suddenly so aggressively overhydrated that basically my brain thought 'you're not taking the p***' and all my neural connections went haywire.
It is important to stay overhydrated, at all times.
The sun can also cause a condition called prickly heat which occurs in humid weather when the skin becomes overhydrated due to excess sweating.
Serum albumin and, to a lesser extent, prealbumin are lower in patients who are overhydrated, and overhydration is common in post-subarachnoid hemorrhage patients who are being treated with hypervolemia.
Because the technology relies upon the body's water content, readings will be less accurate if you are dehydrated or overhydrated. Illness, recent food intake, hormonal changes and diuretics like caffeine, alcohol and certain medications may also affect results.
Following this rigorous clinical assessment each patient was judged as dehydrated, overhydrated or euvolaemic.