While some people might get tired of hearing the words Make sure you drink plenty of water, it’s sound medical advice you should really pay attention to.
Of course, summertime heat causes people to sweat more, which means you lose water more rapidly than you might on cooler days. And while drinking liquids in general is important, liquids alone isn’t enough. You. Need. Water.
Be aware of the signs of dehydration before they start. It is important that you listen to your body and be aware of dehydration symptoms. Although this seems odd, the best indicator of your hydration level is the color of your urine.
Yellow urine indicates dehydration. A healthy, hydrated person will have very pale yellow urine. Thirst is another indicator of hydration status. If you are thirsty, then you are likely already dehydrated. It is the body’s way of telling you that more water is necessary.
Here are several good things to keep in mind when it comes to water: