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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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There is, however, some debate over whether water intoxication is the only cause of Ecstasy-related deaths.
As well as damaging brain cells, water intoxication also poisons the kidneys.
Various adverse effects have been documented on fast and speedy bolus of oxytocin such as nausea, vomiting, chest pain, headache, flushing, hypotension, myocardial ischemia, ECG changes, pulmonary edema, and severe water intoxication with convulsions9.
This process, known as water intoxication, drags down sodium levels in the blood, making it harder for the body to regulate blood pressure.
But consumed by infants, it could cause water intoxication, which in turn can lead to seizures, and being in a coma - it can even prove to be fatal,Mirror Online report.
She told Buzzfeed: "Water intoxication is where you consume too much water in a short period of time and your blood level of sodium drops...making a tragic situation.
Too much water can lead to a serious condition called oral water intoxication.
He further explained water supplements are associated with increased bilirubin levels (jaundice), excess weight loss, and longer hospital stays for newborns.Too much water can lead to a serious condition called oral water intoxication.
Although acute water intoxication as a complication of PP is a concern, it is unlikely to occur in children due to efficient body-fluid regulation and nearly unlimited capacity to excrete water loads assuming renal function is normal.
According to Scientific American, this causes a condition called hyponatremia, and severe cases of hyponatremia lead to water intoxication. Some of the main symptoms of water intoxication are headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, frequent urination, and mental disorientation
It is an iatrogenic form of water intoxication with multifactorial pathophysiology.
Psychogenic polydipsia (PPD) or self-induced water intoxication (i.e., SIWI) or water intoxication are all used to describe compulsive water drinking.