The optimal level of sugar, and not a grain more.
When you experience a fever, you often suffer from increased sweating which can lead to fluid and electrolyte loss, and you might eat or drink less fluid due to feeling unwell. This combination of reduced fluid intake and sweating can lead to dehydration.
Fever is defined as an elevated body temperature (above 98°F) and can be caused by conditions such as the common cold, influenza, infections (viral and bacterial), or gastroenteritis.
As patients with a fever can often have a reduced interest in fluid consumption, small volumes of an oral rehydration solution (Hydralyte) may encourage drinking and help to address mild dehydration.
*This is not an exhaustive list. Please seek medical advice for further information.