If you're not thirsty, it doesn’t mean your body doesn’t need water and other fluids. Dehydration occurs when your body doesn’t have enough water to carry out normal functions. Even mild dehydration can drain your energy and fog your thinking. If you’re urinating less than usual, or if you rarely feel thirsty, check the color of your urine. If it’s straw colored, you’re properly hydrated. If it’s dark, you’re dehydrated—drink up, whether you’re thirsty or not.
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