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Can a person be dehydrated even if they don't feel thirsty, not sure how much water I should drink, I don't get thirsty often?

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Dr. Andrea Brand
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In brief: Dehydration signs

As we age, our thirst becomes less reliable as an indicator of dehydration, which can sneak up on you in hot weather. A good way to gauge adequate hydration is to look at your urine.
When you are well hydrated, the urine will be almost colorless.

In brief: Dehydration signs

As we age, our thirst becomes less reliable as an indicator of dehydration, which can sneak up on you in hot weather. A good way to gauge adequate hydration is to look at your urine.
When you are well hydrated, the urine will be almost colorless.
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