11 Reasons Dehydration Is Making You Sick And Fat

by in Health May 17, 2016

By now we all know that water is life, your whole body needs it to survive. We all know this, but too it is too often that I hear people say how much they do not like it and refuse to drink it.

Dehydration actually sets in just before you start feeling thirsty? The average person needs 2-3 liters of water a day to stay healthy; depending on sex, age, and build. When your water intake is low your skin, digestive system, bladder, and kidneys take the hit. You will start feeling more fatigued and will notice more headaches.

Another important thing to remember when you think that you are getting an adequate supply of water with your liquids is that soda, tea, and juice are not replenishing your body’s supplies of water. The sodium and sugar create an adverse effect making you thirsty.