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It can get too darn hot for seniors in summer so the experts say: drink plenty of water when the temperature soars, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.
AMAC also suggests talking to your doctor or pharmacist about supplements that can help restore proper salt, calcium, potassium and magnesium levels. These electrolytes are essential for maintaining good health. When you sweat, you deplete your body’s supply of these elements and that can cause cramps, dizziness and even an irregular heartbeat.