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What Too Little (Or Too Much) Water Does to Your Brain

Smiechowski, J. (n.d.). What Too Little (or Too Much Water) Does to Your Brain. Easy Health Options.

Changes in your cognitive abilities can start subtly…Maybe you forget names and words more often. Doctor’s appointments and lunch dates slip your mind. You lose your train of thought in conversations. As this stuff happens more regularly, you may become concerned. But before you start thinking worst-case scenarios, there’s something you should do…Check your hydration levels. This article discusses the symptoms of dehydration and tips you can use to stay properly hydrated.

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