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Why am I never thirsty?
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Dr. Elie El-Charabaty
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: It is normal
Thirst is a mechanism controlled by the brain where there are receptors (osmoreceptors) that sense the amount of salts in our body.
If we loose fluids ( sweating, exercise, diarrhea) these receptors are activated and give us the sensation of thirst. The threshold for these receptors activity is different in each of us.

In brief: It is normal
Thirst is a mechanism controlled by the brain where there are receptors (osmoreceptors) that sense the amount of salts in our body.
If we loose fluids ( sweating, exercise, diarrhea) these receptors are activated and give us the sensation of thirst. The threshold for these receptors activity is different in each of us.
Dr. Elie El-Charabaty
Dr. Elie El-Charabaty
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