Drinking enough water is one of those fundamental rules of healthy living that should come easily to us. But, for some inexplicable reason, most of us don't end up drinking even close to the minimum amount of water, that we should be consuming, in a day.
You would think it would be the easiest thing to do, but whether it's getting caught up with work and forgetting, or just being oddly against drinking water, we turn a blind eye to our body's hydration. We don't realise how important water is for the well-being of our body, and that's probably why we ignore these signs of dehydration. If an unquenchable feeling of thirst is not enough to tell you that you're dehydrated, pay attention to these signs the next time.
You get hungry too often
The lack of water in your body can hinder the functioning of organs like the liver, and prevent the transfer of various nutrients. This thirst often, unfortunately, comes off as a symptom of hunger, which then causes you to eat more. So the next time you're feeling unnaturally hungry, especially if it's only been a short time since you last ate, try drinking some water first, before you resort to getting something to munch on.