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Dehydration occurs when you are not taking in enough water and other fluids. At its worst, you might need to be admitted at a hospital with a drip to help you replenish the fluids. Water is vital to many body processes. After all, more than half your body, that is 55-65%, is made up of water.

Signs that you are not drinking enough water include:

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1. Lightheadedness

2. Headaches

3. Muscles Cramping

4. Constipation

5. Gaining Weight

6. Dry and Chapped Lips

7. Excessively Dry Skin

8. Urinary Tract Infection

9. Fatigue

10. Irritability and Moodiness

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