Five Signs That Warn You, That Your Body Lacks Water
Posted by HealthyFood on February 26, 2015 Five Signs That Warn You, That Your Body Lacks Water2015-02-26T16:41:47+01:00 under Health No Comment

Our body is 2/3 water. And yet, very often we replace the water with other drinks or worse forget to drink water. Did you know that when you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated? It also means that the level of water in your body is below that required amount for a normal functioning of the body. Do not think that only thirst is a sign that you need water. There are few signs that need to be addressed, which warn us that our body has a shortage of water. These five are the most common of all of them:
Five Signs That Warn You, That Your Body Lacks Water
Inflammation of the eye
If your eyes lack luster and are inflamed (which often goes with dark circles under the eyes), then it is more likely that you are dehydrated. The eyes should always be moist; water keeps the humidity in the glands and is essential for the production of tears. The results will immediately be visible by increasing the intake of water in the body.
Do not forget to drink water if you feel tired during the day, instead of drinks that contain caffeine, which you think will keep you awake. Also, drink a glass of lukewarm water in the morning, because it will “wake up” the liver and digestive system.
Dizziness or headache
Frequent dizziness and headaches are signs that you need water immediately. Drink only clean water, do not try to replace it with soft drinks or other beverages.
Dry skin
You may be surprised that usually people, who have dry skin, use lotions instead of consuming more water. Water helps with recovery and improves circulation in the skin. Drink more water instead of using a lotion for hydration, and record the results for the appearance of your skin.
Water also helps to keep moisture in the intestine, thereby preventing problems with constipation. It is very likely that you will have problems with bowel function if you do not drink enough water. So we recommend at least five glasses of water a day.