6. Random hunger pains
Know you’ve eaten plenty, but still experiencing hunger pains? You probably haven’t drunk enough water. This is a common occurrence among people who haven’t drank much, as the body tells itself that it needs food. Don’t fall into the mistake of just eating more, though – this will just cause even more problems. Your body will need to digest more food, but without the water it needs, it won’t be able to digest it.
This cycle can cause stomach upset and general discomfort in the gut.
7. General fatigue
If you find yourself feeling tired and lethargic throughout the day, for no good reason, then it could be dehydration. When you don’t drink enough water, the body begins to use the water found in your blood, which means that not enough oxygen is transported throughout the body. When your body doesn’t distribute enough oxygen throughout the body, you become tired and sleepy, and will likely crash during the middle of the day.