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Facts you should know about water.


 Why do I need so much water?

Thirst is normally just the brain’s way of warning that you’re dehydrated because you’re not drinking enough fluid. But excessive and persistent thirst (known as polydipsia) could be a sign of an underlying problem such as diabetes.

 You need water to replenish the lost fluid from sweat. You also need enough water in your system to have healthy stool and avoid constipation. Your kidneys are also important for filtering out waste through urination. Adequate water intake helps your kidneys work more efficiently and helps to prevent kidney stones.

Why am I thirsty all the time but not diabetic?

Causes include overactive parathyroid glands (hyperparathyroidism), another illness (tuberculosis, sarcoidosis), and even cancer (lung, breast, kidney, multiple myeloma). Besides thirst, symptoms of hypercalcemia may include: More frequent urinurination.

 

 Can iron deficiency make you thirsty?

Mild anemia often causes fatigue, weakness, and paleness. In addition to these symptoms, more severe anemia may cause faintness, dizziness, increased thirst, sweating, a weak and rapid pulse, and rapid breathing.

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