• That will depend on how hydrated that person was before going without water. Physical conditioning, health, and age also play a part.
  • It depends on the situation. If one is not exerting themselves and in a place where the temperature is temparate they will be able to go longer than the person who is running a marathon through a desert. I've read somewhere that without the strain of exertion or environment a person can go up to 3 days without water, conversely under severe circumstances one could die of dyhrdration in less than 24 hours.
  • depends on the conditions. if it was really hot and humid, maybe an hour or two you were dehydrated, sometimes 3 days

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