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Here’s How Your Body Tells You That You’re Not Drinking Enough Water

The human body is made up of nearly 60 percent water. It relies on water for breathing, digestion, lubricating joints, removing waste, maintaining homeostasis—essentially, every bodily function. When your body doesn’t get enough water, or if it’s losing more water than it’s taking in, dehydration is likely, the results of which can cause both immediate and longer term complications, says Adam Brittain, MD, senior physician at WorldClinic.

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    Here’s How Your Body Tells You That You’re Not Drinking Enough Water

    Here’s How Your Body Tells You That You’re Not Drinking Enough Water

    Fact: The human body is made up of nearly 60 percent water. It relies on water for breathing, digestion, lubricating joints, removing waste, brain …

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