Our bodies get to adjust to staying relaxed and balanced when the temperature rises. Hydration is a critical part that is involved when one wants to maintain that balance. You need to pay attention to how you feel thirsty if you would like to know when you’re dehydrated. If you’re not sure, then try looking at the urine. A light and urine will probably mean that you are well hydrated and when it’s dark or concentrated, then, you’re dehydrated. The body is usually composed of up to 50-75% water which gets used for almost every function. It gets to carry nutrients and oxygen, moisten tissues, transport organs, moisten tissues, transport hormones, lubricate joints, protect organs, regulate body temperature and eliminate …
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