Are you feeling parched all day like you’d be traveling through a dessert? Are you thirsty, even though you drink countless liters of water? If so, check out the following symptons. If any of them sound familiar to you, the solution is easy: A simple glass of water can help you.
You Use Too Much Salt
Salt dehydrates our body and forces it to conserve as much water as possible. Since salt pulls water out of cells, these same cells then send a signal to the brain that they need more water. And that is the reason why you’re going to feel thirsty again.
“You’re going to need to drink more on days when you sweat more,” explains Peter Mayock, MD. When a person exercises he/she loses fluids trough sweat and if you do not replace these fluids, you’re going to be dehydrated.
You Have A Dry Mouth
Dr. Mayock says that some rare conditions may lead to a dry mouth. When the saliva glands do not produce enough saliva, you might get a feeling that you need to drink more water to get rid of the feeling. However, if you suffer from dry mouth for a longer period of time, we recommed to visit your doctor.
You Could Be Anemic
Our body depends on healthy cells that carry blood throughout the body. Mild anemia do not cause excessive thirst. If your condition gets worse, you may feel that you need to drink more than before and you’re going to be tired almost all the time.
It Could Be Your Medication
“There are a number of medications that affect your mouth and can make you have a dry mouth,” warns Mayock. If you feel from dry mouth, we recommed again to visit your doctor.