Hydration is debated a lot more than you might have thought. The rule of "eight glasses of water a day" is losing weight - you can actually drink a few liters of water per day, especially during periods with high temperatures. But besides complete dehydration, what are the other signs that you do not drink enough water?
Feel your lips cracked? Most likely you dehydrated. For the sake of squeezing the skin at the bottom of your palm and if it remains in that position (like a tent) and it takes time to return to its natural position, it is the right time to increase the consumption of water. Other signs of dehydration include weak and fragile nails and dry eyes and mouth.
You have cramps
One of the worst indicators of dehydration is cramps. To help alleviate them, hydration and electrolyte intake, especially potassium and magnesium, are recommended.
You're always warm
Water is the key to regulating body temperature. A lack of water in the body causes overheating because your body loses the ability to regulate the temperature and cool you. So the circulation slows down, so your body can no longer use a lowering mechanism such as, for example, sweating.
Your trial has slowed down
Prison can also be a consequence of dehydration. Our digestive system requires water to digest the food successfully and the body has resolved "waste".
Generally you are not in a good mood
Dehydration can negatively affect your physical but also mental performance. You can notice the consequences on endurance, the time you need for recovery, motivation, mood, concentration, memory, energy level, even the immune system. In short, every system of your body depends on the water, therefore it is completely clear that by insufficient water intake in the body you generally feel very bad and exhausted.