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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > August 2016 > What happens when I get... DEHYDRATED?

What happens when I get... DEHYDRATED?

Low fluid intake can affect your body and brain – time to fill that water bottle

DR EMMADERBYSHIRE is a public health nutritionist and adviser to the Natural Hydration Council (

If you’re thirsty and finding it hard to concentrate, chances are you’re experiencing hypohydration – mild dehydration. Up to 60 per cent of our body weight is water, and our brains are actually 70 per cent water. ‘Every cell needs water to function,’ says registered nutritionist Dr Emma Derbyshire. ‘Most of our blood is water, with the minerals potassium and sodium giving a finely tuned electrolytic balance.’

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We’re staying #Hotandhealthy in the August issue of healthy. This issue we’re talking about sex: from the results of our sex survey – and how to stay satisfied between the sheets – to our deliciously satisfying, sexy salads to sustain you while the sun shines. We explore how to put heart into mindfulness, brush up on how to really listen, and ask what’s the best age to live to? We have expert advice on how to look and feel your best, from ethical beauty buys through to help for allergies and strategies for backache. Plus, we examine whether splashing out on exercise gear equals a better workout?