This may seem a odd place to seek, but I figure its as good as any, as there is a sprinkling of individuals with an interest in medical and quasi-medical topics (maybe I should join a "medical" forum)
Anyway, I have an ongoing problem with dehydration, despite being otherwise healthy.
No medical reason has been found over the years. Diabetes is ruled out
It manifests itself with thirst, then lethargy, and once it has started can be very hard to reverse, requiring electrolytes and lots of fluid. The fluid goes straight thru too, meaning frequent urination
This recently had a very adverse effect on a holiday, the weather was hot, and I simply could not rehydrate.
So on the ABC radio recently I caught the very end of a Naturopath interview, saying this was a common problem, and the solution was a tailored diet for the individual (thats literally all I heard)
I did Google this topic first, but couldnt really find much at all, so if anyone has any knowledge, clues, hints or tips, I would appreciate.