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Children have a higher proportion of water in their bodies than adults, and their thermoregulatory functions are immature. Especially in the hot season, when the stroller is close to the hot asphalt and the temperature is higher than expected, the risk of dehydration increases.

Additionally, if you cover your child’s head with a hood to avoid sunburn, their body temperature can further increase, leading to dehydration.

Children may not complain of thirst on their own, and they may forget to hydrate when they are absorbed in playing. Therefore, parents should carefully monitor their children’s hydration levels and frequently replenish water and electrolytes to prevent dehydration.