5. You Overheat
Fluid levels within the body keep our temperatures regulated so we don’t become dehydrated and overheat—or even worse suffer dangerous heatstroke! However, thirst can send mixed signals when the body needs water. If your body needs a fluid level top up, it may often register as hunger. drink enough water, causing you to believe you need to eat when you really need to top up your liquid intake.
Obviously, if you are overheated due to physical exertion, you may become dehydrated due to fluid loss due to excessive perspiration. You can also suffer fluid loss from being in a hot environment. That’s why it’s important to bring water along with you if you plan to work out in a hot environment (i.e., hot yoga) or if you are outdoors in the heat and sun for even brief periods of time.