Relieves Dehydration due to:
– Vomiting & diarrhoea.
– Vigorous exercise.
– Heavy sweating.
– Occasional hangovers.
Heat & excessive exercise at work.
Signs of mild dehydration
Sticky or dry mouth, increased thirst, lethargy, decreased urine output, dark yellow urine.
No added gluten, artificial colours and preservatives.
Glucose 1.62g, Citric acid 672mg, Sodium from Sodium chloride 34.5mg, Potassium from Potassium chloride 78mg, Sodium from Sodium bicarbonate 103.5mg.
156mg of potassium per 200mL dose. 276mg of sodium per 200mL dose. Quantity of sodium per maximum daily dose is 5.52g. Sugars, Sucralose, Mannitol.
1. Remove 2 tablets from tube and replace the cap tightly. Dissolve in 200 mL of fresh, cold drinking water (2-3 minutes). For babies under 6 months use freshly boiled and cooled water. 2. Sip slowly and frequently while symptoms persist. 3. Discard unused solution after 2 hours or 24 hours if refrigerated. 4. Avoid mixing Hydralyte with cordial, fruit juice, soft or sports drinks. 5. Always dissolve in water. Never place tablet directly into mouth. 2 tablets = 200mL Recommended dosage for dehydration due to vomiting and diarrhoea: Age: Under 12 months Take in first 6 hours (tablets): 2-4 Max. per day (tablets): 10 Age: Under 1-3 years Take in first 6 hours (tablets): 4-6 Max. per day (tablets): 14 Age: Under 3-6 years Take in first 6 hours (tablets): 6-8 Max. per day (tablets): 20 Age: Under 6-12 years Take in first 6 hours (tablets): 8-14 Max. per day (tablets): 26 Age: Under 12-Adult Take in first 6 hours (tablets): 12-20 Max. per day (tablets): 40 For dehydration due to other causes: Drink Hydralyte when thirsty or exhibiting signs of dehydration.
If you have kidney disease or are taking heart or blood pressure medicines, consult your doctor or pharmacist before use. If signs of dehydration persist, consult your healthcare professional.
Store below 30°C.
Seek medical advice if vomiting or diarrhoea persists for more than: – 6 hours in infants under 6 months. – 12 hours in children under 3 years. – 24 hours in children aged 3-6 years. – 48 hours in children over 6 years & adults.