#4 Muscle weakness and cramps are something common for you
Like everything else in our lives, we should strive for balance. This also goes for when we are talking about the health of our bodies. And water intake is a big part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and body. When you’re overhydrated, the balance in your body is compromised as your electrolyte levels drop beyond the normal amount.
Low electrolyte levels can cause your muscle to spasm and cramp or just overall make your muscle mass feel weaker than it is. If you happen to suffer form this, you not only drink a little less than you do now, but also replace one or two glasses with coconut water or an electrolyte drink: they will make sure your levels stay balanced despite the liquids you ingest and will help with all the muscle issues!