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 I lose my voice like once a month. WHAT'S UP WITH THAT; WHAT DO I DO TO PREVENT IT.?

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The only thing i do to ruin my voice is talk. I dont smoke, I'm not a cheerleader, etc. But i guess i have a pretty loud ...


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 I want to quit smoking weed!!!! plz help me!!!?
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 How do i get rid of a sore throat fast??? please help!!?
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 Burnt my finger, what should i do?
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Is it true when you press down on your skin and it leave a pale mark for a few seconds you are dehydrated?
                     





scotchirish321
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no it actually means you are very hydrated.


sexgayhomo
No way


SINEAD1905
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Nope, but if you pinch the skin on the back of your hand and it stays 'pinched' after you let it go then chances are you are dehydrated alright :)


b_oregon.geo
No


rita
if you push down on the skin and release immediately, and the white returns quickly, you have good blood flow. if you push down and it stays indented then you are retaining fluid, most likely. if you pinch and it stays up or "tented" then you are dehydrated. hopefully that helps solve your question. have a good day.


Dana
I do know this. It happens if you get embarrassed or if you did a lot of physical activity. Basically, whenever you get "red". You can even draw on yourself, but that doesn't mean you are dehydrated.


rab2308
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certainly not


gilfinn
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Yes, it's true. Try this... open the palm of your hand, fingers straight out. See the big red spot below your thumb and before the wrist? Press it firmly with a finger from your other hand. Let go and see how long it takes to become red again. The longer it takes, the more dehydrated you are. It should turn red almost immediately after you lift your finger. If it stays white for more than 10 seconds, you are seriously dehydrated and need to get some water into your body.


jacqy
where'd you hear that?


miso1cat
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The first sign of dehydration is dry mouth. Drink lots of water as a general safeguard.


myneighneigh
No. You cut off the flow of blood for a few minutes, then the blood rushes back into circulation.


gina
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Pinch your skin between your finger and thumb & then let go. If your skin doesn't spring back to normal instantly that is a sign you are dehydrated


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AS U PUSH THE SKIN, U DONT ALLOW BLOOD TO FLOW IN THAT SPECIFIC AREA, THEREFOR, IT TURNS PALE.. IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH DEHYDRATION.


mks 7-15-02
NO


jartha
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Absolutely not. All it means is that you have restricted the flow of blood in that area.


bella32953
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No, it means your circulation in that area of the body isn't at it's best. Do you sit too long or stand too long during the day? Take a quick walk or jog...move around as much as you can....you should also check with your doctor if this is more than just a case where you had your legs tucked underneath you for too long, etc.


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