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Water is a very crucial element in your body that help in most of the chemical processes that go on. Every cell in our body has a major part of it to be water. Lack of water and dehydration may cause a lot of health problems ranging from blisters in the stomach to scaly patchy skin. The most important fluid in our body that keeps body moving is water.
Here are some physical signs in body when your body is warning you of dehydration:
If you are feeling tired without much physical activity than it may be a sign that this fatigue has been caused by lack of water in your body. Dehydrated cells slow down the process of the body, making you feel tired. You can prevent this from happening by drinking warm water each morning that will revive your liver and boost your digestive system.
2. Headache and Dizziness
Dehydration can also cause headaches and dizziness. Dehydration headaches occur when we lose a substantial part of the water and electrolytes that our body needs to perform normal functions. Loads of water and diet on time will keep such headaches away.
3. Inflammation of the eye
Your eye is covered with a layer that lubricates it and eases movement. Now imagine that your body is lacking water and the little water has to be distributed to so many parts of your body? Naturally you will feel like your eyes are dried and inflamed because of the lack of moisture. Drink 6-7 glasses of water a day to keep your eyes well lubricated.
When your body doesn’t have enough water to digest the food and convert it into bowels, you are constipated. If you want to make sure your intestines are clean and hydrated enough to help the food work through the digestive system and bowel system then drink 6-7 glasses of water a day without fail.
5. Flaky Skin
Healthy skin has a 10-20% water content, but dehydrated skin can drop below 10%. Skin start to get flaky and dry when we don’t drink enough water. This is because the cells are dehydrated and shrinking. Ensure you drink plenty of water each day – around two litres to keep your skin hydrated.
Remember that two thirds of our body is just water so not drinking enough water can lead to lot of health problems. Make a habit of drinking 8-10 glasses of water every single day to stay hydrated and healthy.