Why Does Every Person Want To Sleep Always Feel So Thirsty?
Good night, I have a little problem, in every time I want to sleep I always feel thirsty even though I drink quite a lot in less than 1 minute I feel thirsty again, and repeatedly I drink but my thirst is not lost
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Thirst is a signal from the brain that gives a warning that the body is in a state of dehydration or lack of water. However, feeling thirsty continuously is not normal and can be a sign of a disease, such as diabetes mellitus or diabetes insipidus. You should see a doctor, especially a specialist in internal medicine. Patients with diabetes mellitus (diabetes) often experience thirst and urinate more often. In addition, body weight also usually decreases when the appetite remains or even increases. Patients also often complain of fatigue. To detect the occurrence of diabetes mellitus, your blood sugar needs to be checked. Unlike diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus occurs because of adrenal hormone disorders that function to regulate urine output. This disease is less common than diabetes mellitus. Patients can urinate in large quantities, so that they experience quite severe thirst. Your doctor will plan several examinations if you are suspected of having this disease. Apart from diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus, thirst often can also occur in women who are pregnant. Frequent thirst can also occur if you consume too much salt or food flavoring. To reduce thirst, you should avoid consuming salt or food seasoning.
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