2. Dry skin
Skin is the largest organ of human body. Water is very much essential to keep hydrated. If you have a healthy skin complexion, it means you are drinking enough water.
Lack of water can make your skin to appear dry. Eventually leading to much larger problems. Lack of water means you sweat very less. Which make our body unable to eliminated the toxins and accumulated oils from the body,
To avoid such complications, you should drink enough water to keep your skin hydrated and prevent dryness. We recommend that you drink a glass of water every hour to maintain your body well hydrated.
3. Dry mouth
Feeling thirsty is a sign that you getting dehydrated. Dry mouth often occurs along with thirst and signifies that the mucus membranes in the body need hydration. Drinking water throughout the day is the only way to resolve thirst and a dry mouth.
Dry mouth is a condition when you are at a higher risk of experiencing severe damages to your oral cavity and throat. If you notice that your mouth is dry all the time, always have a bottle of water nearby.
4. Color of the urine
Color changes in your urine often indicate the lack of water in your body. It is an early sign when your body lacks in water. If your body is well hydrated, your urine should be lightly colored. But, if your body lacks water, your urine color will be changed to yellow or orange.
This happens because, the concentration of waste products excreted by the kidneys increases, which is eliminated through urine. These include dead blood cells, toxins, proteins and other waste products that need to be removed from the body. This results in the formation of darker urine. We recommend that you drink more water, if your urine seems darker.