Drinking water allows your body to continuously evacuate toxins. Your organs filter our specific waste materials like a machine, but if we do not get water, our machine cannot work properly.
You feel tired and lethargic
When the body is dehydrated, it “borrows” water from the blood. The lack of enough hydrated blood leads to a lack of oxygen throughout the body. Of course, lack of oxygen leads to drowsiness and direct fatigue
You have digestive problems
Lack of water in the body affects the entire digestive system. Without proper hydration, the amount and strength of mucus in the stomach are reduced, causing gastric acid to cause great damage to the intestines. This leads to what we usually call heartburn and digestive disorders.
Believe it or not, if you do not go to the toilet 4-7 times a day, you probably do not drink enough water. And when you go urinating, the urine should be light yellow or clear. If it is darker, your body says that it lacks proper hydration. In extreme cases, dehydration can lead to urinary tract infection.
The amount of water our body retains naturally decreases as we age. Obviously, this means that as we grow older we need to increase awareness of our water supply. While premature aging is obvious from the outside, the damage in our body will ultimately be felt over time