More than half the world’s population suffers from dehydration without even realizing that this can lead to serious health problems.
Watch the video till the end to learn the ways in which dehydration can have negative effects and a simple way to check your level of dehydration in 5 seconds.
What will happen if you don’t drink enough water 0:45
Your mouth is dry 1:36
Your skin is dry 2:11
You’re very thirsty 2:44
Your eyes are dry 3:20
You have joint pain 3:45
Your muscle mass decreases 4:12
You stay sick longer 4:46
You feel fatigued and lethargic 5:21
You experience hunger pangs 5:48
You have digestive problems 6:19
You experience premature aging 6:53
A quick test to check your level of dehydration 7:43
10 signs of light levels of dehydration 8:14
10 signs of severe dehydration 8:44
10 signs of light levels of dehydration:
• Dry mouth
• Worried and irritable
• Dark yellow urine, fewer toilet breaks (keep in mind that a healthy person urinates 6-7 times a day)
• Dry skin
• Bad breath
• Muscle cramps
10 signs of severe dehydration:
• Excessive thirst
• Faster heartbeat
• Loss of consciousness
• Faster breathing
• Hollow stare
• Low pressure
• Extremely dry skin
• Strong dizziness
• No sweating even in hot weather
• Very dark urine, very few toilet breaks
If you recognize any of these signs in yourself, go and drink a glass of H2O straight away!
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Great info! I THOUGHT I was drinking enough water, but now I will make sure.
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#1: Your mouth is dry
#2: Your skin is dry
#3: You’re very thirsty
#4: Your eyes are dry
#5: You have joint pain
#6: Your muscle mass decreases
#7: You stay sick longer
#8: You feel fatigued and lethargic
#9: You experience hunger pangs
#10: You have digestive problems
#11: You experience premature aging
#12: You’re watching this and have gotten this far
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I had such a horrible diet for a while. I work long hours so I wouldn't eat at all during my work day and then when I got home I'd eat a huge meal all at once. I wouldn't drink any water and instead mostly drank soda (Dr. Pepper) and could easily drink one or two two liters a day. I was drinking all my calories. So when I went to the doctor to find out about these red dry bumps all over my arms that looked like eczema she at first thought it was PK which is just dry skin that over-produces skin cells. At some point I decided to get healthy and started drinking a gallon of water a day. In a matter of days my skin cleared up on my arms and I felt more energized (whereas before I could sleep my days off away and sleep for like 12-13 hours at a time and never felt fully rested) and I've started losing weight (which is a combo of cutting out all that calorie filled soda and hydrating).
Not sure who wrote these BUT the more dehydrated you are the less thirst you have
2) another sign is lower lip is chapped
3)constipation, no bm for 2 days or marbeling of stool
4)dry, scaley elbows/heels
The ez formula to figure out how much fld (non caffeine) is to divide your body weight in half -100 lbs=50oz
As always check with md. Most elderly folks were not raised drinking water, try lemonade or decaff beverages.
Yes I been drinking a lot of water cause if I don't I don't feel good also I put lemon in it .I love water over pop or coffee. Also keeps the disease out of the body.you go to the bathroom more often to get the toxins out.I love water
very interesting video! I had no idea that drinking water was this important.
I drank 3 - 8oz cups of water while watching this video. I heard that you should drink 1/2 your body weight in ounces of water. Example 100lbs = 50oz water.
Once I was dehydrated and I felt dizzy and everything went black so I couldn't see what I was doing and I ran into a tree....but anyways I sat down and drank a bunch of water then got ice cream then I was fine this lady said I would've had to go to the hospital if I waited 10 more mins
My daughter drinks a lot of fluids, but I don't kmow if it's in the form of water because she's 17.... but she has really bad fatigue and weakness with bad headaches, light sensitivity, has to cut most extra curricular activities to nap daily. She always loads up her schedule because she likes being active, and she gets sick with this vertigo and orthostatic intolerence and She can't open her eyes because of light sensitivity, and has a headache. I'm telling all this for a reason!! My point being her vertigo was so bad one day that I called an ambulance because it's usually associated with low blood pressure and she was looking very pale blue lips. Sure enough when they check her out she had tachycardia and her blood pressure was low but became even more low when they helped her to stand up and then took it. So they transported her to the hospital and it turned out she was dehydrated. She took two IV bags to rehydrate her. I've tried to explain to her that dehydration can mean liquid, salt and potassium. Because I think the salt and potassium part isn't sinking in. High functioning autism complicates communication. But they gave her liquids in the doctor's office once after that incident with the emergency room and she perked up after three bags of IV fluids. I don't know how to impress upon her the importance of drinking water. I'm going to try again though! It's a mom thing. And we're supposed to be looking out for our kids and trying to help them to learn things they need for when they become grown up. Thanks for listening!
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