Summer time is on its way and with no school and those longer days; kids as well as adults will be spending more time out in the sun. Along with that extra time in the heat, the risk for dehydration and heat stroke increase. Being aware of the signs of dehydration will save you from a premature break in your outdoor activities. Some of the symptoms of dehydration you should be on the watch for: dry mouth, increased thirst, headache, dizziness, dry skin, decreased urine output, and a change of darker color urine. Remember an easy way to stop this from occurring is to drink fluids before, during, and most importantly following any summer fun in the sun. These tips go for the kids as well as the adults running after them. Now go out and enjoy that summer sun.