If you don't like drinking water, try eating it!
A sensation of thirst is the first initial sign that the body is on its way to becoming dehydrated. Other signs include:
Concentrated and decreased urine
Increased heart rate and low blood pressure
Dry mouth and eyes
Lack of coordination
Extreme cases of dehydration will cause weakness, trembling and a lack of mental clarity.
We need water.
Daily water needs can be met through other means besides the consumption of plain water.
Many foods possess hydrating properties that work to our benefit if integrated into the daily diet; plus they offer nutrients as well. It is possible to consume anywhere from 16 to 21 ounces of water if a diet is balanced and contains hydrating foods.
Some of the most hydrating foods are:
Peaches (fresh, frozen or canned in natural juice)
All types of melon
Broth based soups