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Signs You Should Drink More Water Right Now

At least two-thirds of your body is made up
of water and it plays an essential role in our normal functions. So when your body becomes dehydrated, it can
lead to a number of ailments. Explaining it further, three-quarters of your
brain is made up of water and about 83 percent of your lungs are made up of water as well. This is a clear indication that drinking a
sufficient amount of water is more important than it seems. Water nourishes the bones, keeping them strong;
it regulates body temperature, and also nourishes the brain and spinal cord. Before we begin this video, make sure you
subscribe to our channel so that you don’t miss out on all the awesome life hacks, tips,
and tricks from your number one Bestie! Dehydration Shrinks Your Brain: Because three-quarters
of your brain is made up of water, it only makes sense that when you become dehydrated;
your brain shrinks in volume. This is one of the main causes of headaches. Even a mild or temporary dehydration has the
ability to alter your brain function and make a direct impact on your mood. A 2013 study was conducted that featured 20
women in their 20’s who were deprived of every beverage for 24 hours. Their thirst and heart rate saw an, and their
urine output was reduced. Urine: The average amount of times people
urinate is between four to seven times per day. If you urinate less than four times, or not
at all, you need to be drinking more water. The color of your urine is the easiest way
to determine if you’re dehydrated. The more water your body has for your kidneys
to mix with waste products, the lighter your urine will be. You should be consuming enough water so your
urine is a light yellow color. If your urine is a dark color, it means that
your kidneys are working extra hard to remove the waste in your body to prevent further
dehydration. Another way to determine dehydration is by
the odor of your urine. Your urine should be relatively odorless,
depending on the food you consume. The more concentrated your urine is from the
removal of waste products, the more it will smell of ammonia. Your mood. In regards to mood affects, the research team
had this to say ““The significant effects of [fluid deprivation] on mood included decreased
alertness and increased sleepiness, fatigue and confusion. The most consistent effects of mild dehydration
on mood are on sleep/wake parameter.” The good news from the study is that within
20 minutes of consuming water, these effects were quickly reversed. As a parent, if you notice that your kids
are struggling with fatigue and frequent mood swings, try having them drink a significant
amount of water on a daily basis and see if that has any affect. Children are more susceptible to dehydration
because of all the sweet drinks that they consume. A Harvard study backs up these claims. The study found that half of American children
are dehydrated, which can lead to repercussions in their academic performance. Out of the half, about one-quarter do not
drink water on a daily basis. The study also found that boys were 75 percent
more likely to become dehydrated than girls. Headaches: Headaches that are suffered from
dehydration are quickly alleviated once you rehydrate yourself. If you consume cold water, it actually absorbs
20 percent faster than lukewarm or tepid water. If you find that you seem to get headaches
all the time, it may just be that you are not drinking enough water. If you find that you drink lots of sugary
drinks like soda or juice, try to cut them out of your diet. Try to incorporate more water into your daily
routine and see if you continue to get bad headaches. If you notice that your headaches have seemed
to diminish or disappear altogether, it may just be that you were dehydrated all along. Of course, it is always best to visit your
doctor and ask for his or her professional opinion if you have chronic headaches that
do not go away even if you have started drinking more water. Dehydration Can Impair Your Driving: Because
dehydration reduces your cognitive functions, these declines can have serious ramifications
when you’re driving an automobile. Recent research shows that dehydrated drivers
make twice the mistakes during a two-hour drive compared to dehydrated drivers. The study tested drivers who drank 200 ml
of water per hour, compared to 25 ml of water that was drank by dehydrated drivers. During the hydrated test, 47 errors were made. However, when the dehydrated driving test
was conducted, that number rose to 101 errors. That same number was equal to those who are
sleep deprived when driving or at the drink-drive limit. Your Entire Body Suffers When You are Dehydrated:
Your entire body suffers when your dehydrated. Even moderate dehydration has enough power
to produce an imbalance in your equilibrium. After you lose one to two percent of your
fluid, you become thirsty. However, at this point you are already dehydrated
and it’s already affecting your function. Now that you know what signs to look for that
you should drink more water, here are some of the most common signs that you are actually
dehydrated. Symptoms of long-term dehydration or more
severe dehydration include rapid heart rate, high cholesterol, signs of premature aging
such as dry skin, and low blood pressure. Consuming as little as 16 ounces of water
a day can raise your metabolic rate as high as 30 percent. Using thirst as a measure of determining when
your body is dehydrated is one of the best measures of determining if you are dehydrated. Another common way to tell is if you have
excessive hunger– mainly sugar cravings in particular. In fact, sugar cravings are one of the first
telltale signs of dehydration. Other signs that are strong indicators that
you need to drink more water include the following: fatigue/dizziness, poor concentration, muscle
cramps, dry skin or itchy mouth, and low urine output. How to Assess Your Hydration Level: After
emptying your bladder, drink 11 ml of water per kilogram of your body weight. Wait an hour after drinking it then urinate
into a collection cup. If your urination is a lot less than the total
amount of water you have drank, than it means your body is retaining water, meaning you
are dehydrated. Drink Pure Water Everyday: Your body can go
a long way without sufficient food, but it cannot operate without sufficient amounts
of water. Consider this: your body has about 11 gallons
of water, which accounts for 50 to 70 percent of your body weight. Your blood consists of 85 percent, your muscles
80 percent and your brain 75 percent. Simply put, it’s crucial that you try and
maintain a high level of water intake in your system. The hard part though is maintaining a consistent
consumption amount that will take some fine-tuning. Certain circumstances such as age, activity
level and climate can vary the amount you need to consume. If you want to start drinking more water,
start by drinking a large cup of water the moment you wake up, and continue to drink
water throughout the day. You will notice that you will have to urinate
frequently, but it’s for your own good! Do any of the signs in this video seem familiar
to you? How much water do you drink every day? Let us know in the comments section below!

Randall Smitham



  1. Bestie Posted on August 28, 2019 at 1:15 am

    WATCH 🎥: Only Drinking Water For 30 Days Does This To Your Body – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFMwIK4DfjA&list=PL_fl96m7OLQUZuUwYCH7NnU9b_bP6sRlp&index=53

  2. Bestie Posted on August 28, 2019 at 1:15 am

    Do any of the signs in this video seem familiar to you? How much water do you drink every day? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends!🙂

  3. Blind Girl Gaming Posted on August 28, 2019 at 1:25 am

    I try and drink as much water as possible without doing the whole hypernatremia thing. Otherwise I have bad seizures easily

  4. strictly low down Posted on August 28, 2019 at 1:26 am

    Thank you for the info…♥️♥️♥️

  5. Felicia Canales Posted on August 28, 2019 at 1:30 am


  6. Felicia Canales Posted on August 28, 2019 at 1:31 am

    All I drink is water plus I’m starving myself so could you make a video on if u don’t eat enough food this will happen

  7. 蔡秀珍 Posted on August 28, 2019 at 2:53 am

    Drinking water,standard is 8 glasses a day.,it depends of your weigh.

  8. Jennifer Cushman Posted on August 28, 2019 at 3:24 am

    What in the world is a milliliter? And how much is that in ounces or inches? Or whatever it is. The same goes for kilograms. I am an American who never learn the metric system. My school never taught that system. I was only ever taught the imperial system. I really hate it when helpful videos like these uses the stupid metric system. Why can't they use the imperial system instead? Or use it along with the metric system. So that people who don't know the metric system will understand what that is.

  9. pacha ahmadyar Posted on August 28, 2019 at 4:25 am

    I drink at least 8 to 11 glasses of water a day.🍹

  10. Monique Times Posted on August 28, 2019 at 5:29 am

    4 cups of water a day

  11. Whirlwind Woomy Posted on August 28, 2019 at 5:32 am

    Water you doing looking at the comments? Wash the video 👀

  12. victoria brown Posted on August 28, 2019 at 6:49 am

    I need to drink more water

  13. Top Gadget Lover Posted on August 28, 2019 at 7:03 am

    I drink 3-4 litres of mineral water per day. More when I’ve been to the gym and in hot weather. I don’t drink tap water I have volvic water which is also high in sillica residue

  14. davonte davenport Posted on August 28, 2019 at 11:40 am

    I drink 8 water

  15. Alia Johnson Posted on August 28, 2019 at 11:57 am

    Great information l did not know, l get headache sometimes. Now l know, thank you.

  16. esther muwuluzi Posted on August 28, 2019 at 1:34 pm

    me I always take luke warm water, can it burn belly fat?.Then even my daughter takes long with out urinating.she can spend the whole night with out doing susu. she is just 10months.advise please

  17. Ganga Kandel Posted on August 28, 2019 at 2:17 pm

    3 litres per day

  18. Sharon Jansen Posted on August 28, 2019 at 7:11 pm

    Struggle to like the taste of water

  19. Mini Marshmallow Posted on August 28, 2019 at 8:09 pm

    I rarely drink water, I really do need to start 😂

  20. Swan - Asian Posted on August 28, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    Oh my gosh! Water does help me stay awake. I kept drinking water on STAAR in 4th grade because I didn’t get enough sleep the day before.

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  22. Cynthia Diane Carey Posted on August 28, 2019 at 10:57 pm

    Not enough… 🤣

  23. Wanetta Toliver Posted on August 28, 2019 at 11:07 pm

    I really appreciate cing this & now I no that I truly need 2 drink more water 💦😊🙏🏽✝️❤️💋

  24. Gram gram L Posted on August 28, 2019 at 11:43 pm

    I drink water constantly! When my kids were young I never allowed soda in my home and now all my kids prefer water ! I know when my body needs water. There are many signs ! dark urine is not good. This was very informative. Thank you.

  25. potorig 100 Posted on August 28, 2019 at 11:51 pm

    Food also have water like cucumbers, watermelon etc…..an excese of water is not good as well

  26. Katherine Posted on August 29, 2019 at 3:21 pm

    Always the best bestie!