In an ideal world, I drink the healthy recommended dosage of 8 fluid ounces of water per day, starting from the moment I wake up. Theoretically, because it is summer, I would drink more water because I spend more times outdoors; but in actuality, we know that in most cases that glass of water is replaced with a refreshing glass of beer, which sounds quenching but is in actuality dehydrating. In turn, I’ve found that when I go on my morning runs I feel dehydrated and can’t finish my run without stopping for breath and feeling dizzy toward the end of my workout regimen. This is one of the many signs of dehydration. If you’ve been noticing these symptoms as well during your outdoor adventures, we have a list of other signs indicating that you’re dehydrated. Hydration isn’t only essential for healthy skin, but it also lubricates your joints, keeps your kidneys healthy and controls body temperatures.