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13 warning signs you may be dehydrated

Dehydration may cause problems for all organs, including the liver, which stores and releases glycogen, or glucose, the sugar your body uses for energy. Photo: Pexels

(USA Today) — Dehydration is the condition in which the body loses more water – whether through sweating, urinating or breathing — than it takes in. When the body needs more water, it lets you know in several ways. 

If you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night with no apparent reason, you may need to drink some water. Even mild dehydration dries out the mouth and nasal passages, which can lead to snoring and hoarseness in the morning, according to the National Sleep Foundation. (…)

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