Professor Hodges, I could use some help getting started with my causal argument. Should I state that dehydration is caused from not drinking water or that a way to avoid dehydration is to stay hydrated? I know that there is a connection between both hydration and dehydration but I am unsure on how to write 1000 words on this, I also am stuck on what type of sources to search for in order to support or oppose what I am trying to say. I do not want to go in the wrong direction and I also do not want this to be too similar to my definition argument that I posted last week. What is your opinion on how I should approach this argument?
- When you do not drink enough water you can become dehydrated and possibly pass out.
- Dehydration is caused from not hydrating enough, the amount of water needed to stay hydrated is eight, 8-ounce classes daily.
- The effects of dehydration are….. while the cause of all this is not drinking enough water.