7 indicators of Overhydration


Overhydration can cause frequent urination (more than 6-7 times a day). This signifies water loss.

Frequent Urination


While clear urine is often associated with good hydration, completely colorless urine may indicate that you are overhydrated. Ideally, urine should have a pale yellow color.

Colorless Urine


Overhydration causes swelling and edema in the hands, feet, ankles, and face. Overhydration causes electrolyte imbalance.

Swelling and Edema


Drinking too much water dilutes electrolytes, causing hyponatremia. Hyponatremia causes headaches, nausea, disorientation, and seizures.

Headaches and Nausea


Overhydration disrupts electrolyte levels, causing weariness and weakness. Electrolytes are essential for muscle and nerve function.

fatigue and Weakness


Overhydration can also impact digestion and lead to gastrointestinal problems. Symptoms may include bloating, nausea, vomiting, and even diarrhea.

Digestive Issues


Drinking too much water before bedtime may wake you up to urinate. This can impair sleep and make you fatigued the next day.

Disrupted Sleep

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