You could be suffering from Dehydration and not even know it!
Why discuss dehydration in the dead of winter? We sweat more in summer but winter usually causes more dehydration. Why? Unless you live and work with hot water radiators for heat you are subjected to hot air and it’s dehydrating. Our cars also use dry hot air.
Some of the symptoms of dehydration include:
- dry mouth
- dark urine
- dry skin
- high blood pressure
- aches and pains
People are often surprised that hunger is a sign of dehydration, but you’ll find your hunger pangs will often disappear when you’ve had a glass or two of water. Keep yourself from dehydration this winter/spring.