6. Fatigue and Lethargic
Many factors attribute to Fatigue and lethargic, including insufficient sleep and insomnia. But if you experience tiredness and sluggishness even though you’re getting enough sleep, then it may be a sign that you’re dehydrated.
When you are dehydrated, your blood pressure drops, leading to a reduction in hydrated blood flow to the brain and other parts of the body. Since oxygen can’t circulate your body, you become tired, dizzy, or lightheaded.
7. Frequent Headaches
Dehydration is another common cause of headache. When you don’t get enough water into your body, you experience mild dehydration, leading to headaches. Merely taking a glass of water when you feel a headache instead of painkillers may relieve you of your pain. Note that hydration is not a guaranteed preventative measure for headaches as these can be symptoms of other underlying conditions. So, if you still have headaches after drinking water, make an appointment with your doctor.
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