75% of Americans are Dehydrated...
And you could be one of them. An astounding number of Americans go about their daily lives chronically dehydrated, and they may not even know it. The problem is so vast because it becomes difficult to tell when your body needs more water after you’ve already been dehydrated for so long. Since about ⅔ of your body weight is water, you can imagine how ongoing dehydration can quickly begin to cause serious problems.
Simply put, dehydration makes you feel crappy.
Dehydration causes a whole load of problems like muscle cramps, headaches, lightheadedness, and sleepiness. When you’re not getting all the water you need, you might feel sluggish, experience muscle cramps, and even struggle to think clearly. However, the problem isn’t just about water intake. Even if you’re shooting for the recommended 8 glasses of water a day, your body needs one essential key to retain that hydration so you can function optimally.