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Illnesses That Make You Feel Thirsty All The Time

Why feel thirsty all the time. Know more…

Thursday, 1st July 2021

It is not uncommon to feel extremely thirsty in the hot summer. The scorching sun outdoors can cause a lot of water to be lost in the form of sweat, which makes us drink more fluids than in other seasons. In addition, high-intensity training and eating spicy and high-fat foods will also make you drink several gallons of water a day. This indicates that your body is short of water and needs to be hydrated so that the organs can continue to work without any disturbance. But if you keep pouring water into the cup for no reason, then this may be another sign of a health problem.

Several underlying health conditions can make you feel thirsty from time to time. Signs of dehydration due to physical conditions can also be accompanied by fatigue and blurred vision. If you experience any of these symptoms, you may be suffering from one of the listed health conditions.



When the cells in your body become resistant to insulin, your kidneys must work harder to remove excess sugar from the blood. This will increase the number of visits to the bathroom and make your body want to replenish the lost fluid. Therefore, you will feel thirsty and want to drink more liquids than before. Frequent urination and thirst are two early signs of diabetes.


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Anemia occurs when your body does not have enough red blood cells to make hemoglobin. It can be caused by a variety of reasons, such as a poor diet or heavy bleeding. Dehydration is a common symptom of anemia. These signs will be more obvious when you have severe anemia. Other symptoms of this condition include dizziness, fatigue, and sweating.



Hypercalcemia is a condition in which calcium levels in the body rise to dangerous levels. This can be due to overactive parathyroid glands, tuberculosis, and cancer. Feeling thirsty can be the first symptom of hypercalcemia. Too much calcium in the blood can weaken the bones and cause kidney stones.


Dry mouth

When your salivary glands do not produce enough saliva, you may feel extremely thirsty. This may be due to certain medications or treatments (such as cancer) or lifestyle habits (such as tobacco use). Other symptoms of dry mouth may include bad breath, changes in taste, gum inflammation, and difficulty chewing.



There are several signs of pregnancy and thirst is one of them. In the first trimester, your blood volume increases, forcing your kidneys to produce excess fluid, causing you to urinate. Loss of water from the body will make you thirsty, indicating that you need to replenish the lost water.


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