Are you drinking enough water daily? Check out these surprising signs of dehydration now to find out.
The human body is made up of about 60 percent water, so it’s essential to know the signs of dehydration. The amount of water drunk throughout the day will differ for everyone, based on height, weight, and activity level.
Proper water consumption regulates body temperature, provides joint support, protects sensitive tissues, and helps keep your kidneys and liver healthy. When your body is dehydrated, it can’t get rid of waste through urination, bowel movements, or sweating. Eliminating toxins is necessary for optimal health.
Click the photos below to know the signs of dehydration and see if you’re drinking enough water.
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