7 Signs You Are Not Drinking Enough Water

7 Signs You Are Not Drinking Enough Water

7 Signs You Are Not Drinking Enough Water

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all right what are the seven signs that you’re not drinking enough water now I’ve done other videos on the dangers of drinking too much water but there is such a thing as dehydration as well so yes you need to drink when you’re thirsty but there are other indications that tell you that you need to drink a little bit more okay if you are a stone former or you’re the history of kidney stones you need to drink a little more water because it’s the concentration it’s a super concentration of that urine with the Ox let’s okay and the calcium all together that form the stone if you have more fluid in there that would decrease the risk of getting this Jones number to low blood pressure especially on keto because with keto you lower your carbs you get rid of all the excess fluid and sometimes people don’t consume enough salt and the volume the fluid goes down so they might end up with low blood pressure and get number seven lightheadedness okay so you always want to if you get lightheadedness just check your blood pressure and then just drink more water and more salt very simple I see this too with people that consume too much potassium without the sodium that can deplete the water as a diuretic and then if you don’t have enough sodium sodium is a thing that helps you retain the fluid so you do need about a thousand milligrams of sodium per day as a requirement if your urine is really dark you see this on keto as well you don’t want your urine completely clear you want it like a straw color but you don’t want it super dark so this is a really good a good way to know if you’re drinking enough water number four the skin pinch test I did a video on this I’ll put it down below it’s real simple you just basically pinch your skin and see how fast it comes back okay the elasticity someone who’s dehydrated you print pinch it and it just stays there for a period of time so you wanted to come back within seconds okay all right dry sticky mouth it could mean you’re dehydrated number six you’re constipated after you consume vegetables what’s interesting what I can assume I salad I get really thirsty why is that it is simply that these vegetables have fibers that retain fluid okay and if you don’t consume enough water potentially it could be constipating because you might not have the same ability for that fiber to form into the gel that’s supposed to form into and I already mentioned this which is connected to low blood pressure alright guys so in summary you do want to pay attention to your thirst but these are some other indicators that may mean that you need a little bit more water thanks for watching hey guys real quick I have a new healthy keto eating plan for you just go to dr. Berg comm it’s right on the front page I put a link down below download it it’s free check it out

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the 7 signs that you are not drinking enough water.
1. Kidney Stones
2. Low Blood Pressure
3. Dark Urine
4. Skin Pinch Test
5. Dry Sticky Mouth
6. Constipation After Veggies
7. Lightheadedness

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