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Dengue fever is a terrible affliction that affects huge amounts of the global population in tropical areas every year. As the name implies, dengue fever causes excessive sweating and a loss of bodily fluids, including blood, if the condition worsens into dengue hemorrhagic fever. To replace those lost fluids and ensure the proper functioning of your organ systems while they fight back against the virus, you need to consume excessive amounts of water. This will also help to flush the body of any excess toxins, which can make it even harder for your immune system to effectively combat this disease.

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