Although we keep telling each other about the importance of drinking enough water during summer months, but dehydration can happen at any time. Staying hydrated is much more necessary for people suffering from diabetes since high blood sugar depletes fluids. In general, all of our body depends upon water to survive. Every cell, tissue, and organ in our body needs water to work and function properly.
Water is needed for overall good health. Not only it gives benefit to our body but also it makes our skin glowing and clear, the perfect skin that we ever think of. Plain water is said to be the best for staying hydrated but other liquid foods such as fruits like watermelon, milk, etc also add water to your body. You must have heard in your childhood that people should drink eight-ounce glasses of water per day and it is good advice to think and actually do but do you know it doesn’t hold true for everyone? Yes, you heard it right! For some people drinking this much would be more than enough and for some, it’s already fine. A good way to tell if you’re properly hydrated is to check your urine. If you find it colorless or light yellow, that’s completely fine and you stay hydrated but if it’s dark, then you need to take a step and start hydrating yourself more. Caffeine can also help you stay hydrated but you might find yourself in other problems if you consume it more. So the best thing to stay hydrated is water along with fruits and vegetables.
Our body gives many signs if we suffer from dehydration. Not only change in urine colour but there are factors such as sleeplessness, dry mouth, dizziness, fatigue and many more. Staying hydrated will make you feel good and think good which is all that we need during this time of pandemic