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6 Signs Of Dehydration You Must Have Felt Once

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What happens when you don’t drink enough water everyday; disbalance in body fluids, hurting and aching eyes, tissue damage, joint pain, inflammation, slow metabolism, skin issues, and many other problems in your body for not following a simple habit. Here are 6 signs of dehydration that you must have felt sometimes:

1. Headaches And Dizziness

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Headaches and lightheadedness are the first signs of dehydration. Your brain is mostly water, and hence adequate water in your body is needed for a balanced amount of fluids around your brain. Lack of water can also trigger migraines as well.

2. Poor Concentration

2-Poor-Concentration

When you’re dehydrated, your brain can’t focus and perform well. Your thinking and communicating ability declines and start forgetting things. There are chances that you might lose consciousness.

3. Bad Breath And Dry Mouth

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Bad breath and dry mouth are another reasons why you need to drink more water. Dehydration causes dry mouth and lets bacteria grow in your mouth, causing stinky breath.

4. Constipation And Other Issues

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Low levels of water in your body could be a bad sign for your tummy. Constipation is one of the common things you see when you’re dehydrated. You need to drink at least 8 glasses of water everyday to keep your bowel movements smooth.

5. Sudden Food Cravings

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Next time you have any kind of hunger prangs or food cravings, drink a glass of water. Water helps to fill your stomach for a while and help you prevent unnecessary eating.

6. Dark Urine

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Dark urine signifies that your urine is toxic, and your kidneys have been sending majority of water back in to the body to maintain a balanced body temperature and blood pressure.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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