Thirst develops when your body thinks it needs more water. Normally, the average person's thirst can be quenched with 8 servings of 8-ounce glasses of water a day. If your thirst feels excessive or cannot be quenched, it could be a sign of underlying issues like diabetes. Contact Carbon Health to discuss concerns you may have about your thirst.
- Excessive thirst, also known as polydipsia, can be caused by a variety of factors, including dehydration, diabetes, hormonal imbalances such as those associated with hyperthyroidism, and medications such as diuretics and antipsychotics.
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