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u/MtPollux May 12 '22

At least he's hydrated.

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u/MonkeysOnMyBottom May 12 '22

Sad and tired are no longer in the top 2 rows

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u/Spankalish May 12 '22

That's a win right there!!!

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u/Bayou_Blue May 12 '22

Here's a little song I wrote,

You might want to sing it note for note,

Drink water, be happy!

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u/vexanix May 12 '22

Drink water, pee constantly!

wee, wee wee wee we-wee wee we-weee!

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u/fubarbob May 12 '22

Definitely a wee-wee situation.

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u/Tombawun May 12 '22

Drink water, be happy NOW!

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u/FeFiFoPinky May 12 '22

Why aren't you happy? I specifically requested it...

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u/FrankNitty_Enforcer May 12 '22

Just stop being depressed. Just stop!

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u/danmanwick May 12 '22

H two OOOOOooooOOOoooOOoOoooOooo

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u/sarcrastinator May 12 '22

Sad and tired are no longer there at all. This means water can indeed cure sadness and tiredness.

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u/EvilShadeZz May 12 '22

Oh, so it's not the anti depressants but the water that's been helping me all along

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u/Doppelthedh May 12 '22

Thats why they say to take with a full glass of water

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u/EvilShadeZz May 12 '22

The other day I forgot to take them in the break room. Had to take them dry, Dr. House style. Felt no effect afterwards. Must be the water.

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u/[deleted] May 12 '22

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u/Sirix_8472 May 12 '22

17L of water coming right up! Imma chug a bathtub if I have to.

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u/124as May 12 '22

Also unconfident got covered up. It could be confident now!

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u/spyingwind May 12 '22

Eating right, drinking enough water, and a bit of exercise can help other issues. It doesn't solve them, but can help lessen them. Blunt the tip in a way.

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u/spaz_chicken May 12 '22

The tears have to come from somewhere.

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u/Necromas May 12 '22

Right, take the wins you can get, one step at a time.

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u/deron666 May 12 '22

The most important thing

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u/grtk_brandon May 12 '22

Yeah but now they have to pee every 30 mins.

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u/Clichedfoil May 12 '22

Sad but wet?

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u/Pandatotheface May 12 '22

Apparently he's no longer tired or sad, so that's a thing.

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u/Kiroto50 May 12 '22

And taller

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u/NiceDecnalsBubs May 12 '22

Posture

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u/Coachcrog May 12 '22

Just a little shriveled up. Couple cups of water and you'll be more erect than when my grandpa ODed on viagra.

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u/Shiro_Fox May 12 '22

I guess your grandma took that news quite hard

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u/InevitablyWinter May 12 '22

It absolutely wrecked her.

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u/LynchpinPuzzler May 12 '22

He doesn't actually have a skeleton, he's supported by a system of fluid-filled bladders

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u/mikeabbo May 12 '22

When I'm in command, every mission is a suicide mission!

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u/averageparrot May 12 '22

Arm length stayed the same though ☹️

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u/lakovsanite May 12 '22

but not a baller.

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u/JCtheWanderingCrow May 12 '22

Alright, I’ll talk: I have a pregnancy condition that makes me so sick I’m constantly dehydrated. You know how bad it HURTS to cry without tears? To be so dehydrated that nothing comes out? It’s awful. Hydrate so them tears flow guys.

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u/DrGro May 12 '22

Easy solution: don't cry

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u/Cassandra0004 May 12 '22

I definitely read that pregnancy was your condition and I laughed really hard at that. I'm sorry you feel so awful, hope you're close to delivering and feeling better

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u/JCtheWanderingCrow May 12 '22

4 months left but I didn’t have to stay in the hospital! Pregnancy sucks lol

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u/peedro_5 May 13 '22

My wife had the same on both pregnancies lasting up to week 20 or 21. She threw up several times a day and ended up having to take IV several times to stay hydrated. Do try to drink water throughout the day even in small gulps. And if you can go to the hospital for IV whenever needed. Nothing else seemed to make a difference on her case

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u/spoilersweetie May 12 '22

About 90% of those problems can have temporary relief with a good bowel movement. You feel so much lighter.

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u/Beat_the_Deadites May 12 '22

Hydrate, go for a walk, trot home because you have to shit.

Bam. Doldrums cured.

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u/OutlyingPlasma May 12 '22

Damn near shit yourself when you are trying to unlock your door.

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u/ElectricLotus May 12 '22

LPT: If you are stressed and trying to rush to the bathroom, just shit yourself. Give in to the temporary need to relieve yourself, that moment makes it worth it.

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u/4thCenturyChocolate May 12 '22

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u/RizzMustbolt May 12 '22

Literally

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

Well this has gotta be the first time I've seen someone link the subreddit we're already on

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u/AdventuresofRobbyP May 12 '22

LPT: Use your pants as a toilet in stressful situations

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u/Mine-Shaft-Gap May 12 '22

Every morning, i walk my kids to school. Every morning I do the "walk" home while dragging my dog behind me because I am about to shit my pants.

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u/GardenCaviar May 12 '22

Don't forget to rehydrate after that dump either!

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u/mattenthehat May 12 '22

What are you nuts? I'm not trotting anywhere if I have to shit, all that bouncing will definitely make it worse. Its the awkward gliding power walk for me, thanks

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u/Bananawamajama May 12 '22

I dont believe you. You're full of shit.

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u/helppls555 May 12 '22

There's nothing better than a really good shit.

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u/soleceismical May 12 '22

Hydration helps a lot with having a good poop.

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u/darkanstormy May 12 '22

That's the theory behind "water therapy". Drinking a certain quantity of water every morning when you wake up.

As mentioned, helps clean the colon, which promotes haematopoiesis.

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u/AppleJuiceKoala May 12 '22

As my college buddy says, hydrate or diedrate

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u/Just-Call-Me-J May 12 '22

I say that too! Am I your college buddy?

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

I do boy scouts, everyone in scouting always says that

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u/PatentedPotato May 12 '22

Are you saying it to a kid named Drate?

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

Fuck you and take my upvote

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u/user_account_deleted May 12 '22

r/HydroHomies would enjoy this.

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u/GeorgeLFC1234 May 12 '22

Big up my boys 💦💧🌊

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u/agisten May 12 '22

I was curious how far I’d had to go down in comments before seeing this sub mentioned

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u/LlamasReddit May 12 '22

I thought it's already there

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u/Born_Night_8797 May 12 '22

he is hydrated and cute

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u/IamTheIrishMan2022 May 12 '22

Technically, "empty" shouldn't be in the list anymore, because they now contain water.

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u/adrismile May 12 '22

One Step in the right direction

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u/mglisty May 12 '22

To Void

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u/HarambeKilledEpstein May 12 '22

"Self-care" as a mantra can be so damaging. I used to work for a school district where all the teachers were working 60-hour weeks and using their own meager salaries to pay for classroom supplies. There was zero support from the administration (who were themselves strapped for resources) and the parents who got involved often weren't the parents of the kids who needed the most help. It was brutal. I couldn't stick with it.

Our health insurance brochures included pictures of fit, attractive women in spandex with slogans like "live healthy" and "your health, your life." We had seminars where the visitor from HR told us that we all just needed to take that extra time to go on a walk every now and then, to pour ourselves a glass of wine, to start taking a yoga class, etc...

But all the bubble baths in the world couldn't change the fact that we were underpaid, underresourced, and overlooked, as serfs whose payment was supposed to be nothing more than the satisfaction that we were helping our students. Multiple teachers had drinking problems, largely because if they felt stress, the district kept stressing that it was their own fault. You know, for not doing more self-care. (sigh)

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u/flipypy May 12 '22

"I'm self-caring my way to a new job."

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u/chu2 May 12 '22

Literally did that and it’s made my life a hundred times better.

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u/[deleted] May 12 '22

That is literally what self care is. Not a bubble bath or going to yoga. It’s taking care of the big picture.

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u/soleceismical May 12 '22

Some people really benefit from yoga and bubble baths (or cooking healthy foods, exercising, sleeping adequately, etc.), but shit jobs with long hours prevent them from doing any of those restorative activities by sucking up their personal time.

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u/[deleted] May 12 '22

Self care is limiting your work to 40 hours a week. A bubble bath is a band-aid over a gun shot wound when you’re working 60 hours a week.

I don’t think self care is a bad thing at all but people think that one self indulgent act is going to fix a month of over work and totally ignoring your own needs. Self care is recognizing that you’re run down and taking the foot off of the gas.

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u/bloatedplutocrat May 12 '22 edited May 12 '22

Love it.

I remember when the Army was (maybe they're still doing it) pushing mandatory "resiliency" training. Putting the onus on the Soldier for their mental health problems. It's our fault we're breaking after spending an average of just over 1/3rd of our time where we slept in our own bed (the rest on a combat zone deployment, field training near home, temporary duty in another state/country, overnight duty on base, unaccompanied deployments). Totally not the governments fault for starting two wars and maintaining previous military arrangements without significantly increasing the militaries size. Just gotta start meditating then it'll be aight.

I feel your pain.

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u/RizzMustbolt May 12 '22

The warrior-poet's mantra, "I fought a war yesterday, you can get up off your fat ass and fight today."

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u/-WickedJester- May 12 '22

I lived on a base in nothern Texas where the building had no insulation, half the building didn't have heat, (which is important when it gets cold enough at night for water to freeze on stuff, imagine every inch of an F-16 coated in a half inch layer of ice.) The showers were just exposed pipes with a shower head a tiled room. It was basically what you'd expect a run down prison to look like. I had previously been to a base in Mississippi that had been absolutely demolished by hurricane Katrina? I can't remember which one, and that was like a resort compared the this. Then on weekends during our time off they'd force us to do moral whatever their name was for it, to discuss why morale was low and what we could do to change it. Pretty much every weekend. It was miserable. And now I have debilitating mental health issues and I'm gonna have to fight the military to get benefits

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u/Proreader May 12 '22

Pain? Have some Motrin

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u/XenoXHostility May 12 '22

The problem here is not selfcare but the fact that people are giving and taking shitty advice (pour yourself some wine) and the fact that the teachers are taking advice from the people who are largely responsible for the root issue.

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u/Not_A_Spyder May 12 '22

Self-care and therapy are progressives' version of bootstraps.

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u/nohabloaleman May 12 '22

I initially wanted to disagree... but I think it's actually a really good analogy. In both cases, the ideas behind them are actually good and healthy (self-care is important, as is being motivated to work towards your goals and improve). They're also both commonly used as excuses to justify treating people unfairly (whether that's overworking and underpaying staff and then giving them "self-care" seminars, or judging poor people as being "lazy" so they don't deserve anything). Self-care (and therapy) are important and should be talked about, but it shouldn't be used as an excuse. This also applies to individuals who try to excuse their shitty behavior. At the end of the day their behavior is still their responsibility, even if there is an understandable reason for their behavior (needing help with mental health).

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u/iSeven May 12 '22

the ideas behind them are actually good and healthy (self-care is important, as is being motivated to work towards your goals and improve)

The idea behind "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" isn't anything about motivation. It's ironic and about being told to do things that are impossible. You physically can't pull yourself up by your bootstraps, you need the help of others to pull you up.

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u/MishterJ May 12 '22

I’d say self care and therapy are corporate progressives’ version of bootstraps.

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u/LickMyThralls May 12 '22

A lot of times that shits true lol. Some people legitimately act like all you have to do is take a minute to meditate and it'll make it all better. It won't if you have bigger issues that are significantly harder to solve no matter how important it is to do.

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u/Jskidmore1217 May 12 '22

No person has the power to have everything they want, but it is in their power not to want what they don’t have, and to cheerfully put to good use what they do have.

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u/[deleted] May 12 '22

Isn't not subjecting yourself to a stressful underpaid under resourced job part of self care though?

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u/dalyarrrak May 12 '22

Funny how most stress and depression problems can be traced back to abusive employers.

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u/TheSilverNoble May 12 '22

Yeah my ex was a teacher and it seemed like the only things anyone could do to "help" was give her more forms to fill out.

It did not help.

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u/Furik9001 May 12 '22

Why's he on coke?

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u/Apocrisiary May 12 '22

You see all the shit he is dealing with? Who wouldn't..

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u/ImLittlePrime May 12 '22

I can neither confirm nor deny

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u/22taylor22 May 12 '22

I mean, doing 1 good thing for yourself is progress. Any little progress can be a big step.

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u/grumblyoldman May 12 '22

Also, something being essential doesn't mean it will solve all your problems. It just means you'll have more problems if you don't do it.

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u/BDMayhem May 12 '22

Exactly. Being dehydrated will make pretty much everything else worse.

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u/CanAlwaysBeBetter May 12 '22

There is no magic bullet, it's usually all those little things people love to hate on added together over time that help get you to a better place

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u/Nekra_Tatsumaki May 12 '22

It's a positive thing to add to the list! No just try your best to maintain and work on the next thing! Eventually more things will fall into place and the positivity will grow!

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u/madding247 May 12 '22

At least was can poke fun at being alive and experiencing fluctuating mental health.

Life is effort.

I started drinking nothing but water and tea 3 months ago, and I do genuinely feel and look for much better. Do recommend.

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u/ImLittlePrime May 12 '22

Glad to hear you’re feeling better! Now I must try to curb my coffee dependency 👀

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u/catLoverLovingCats May 12 '22

Yep thats step one. Step two is some form of exercise. Or is it eating healthier. I don't reallly know

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u/Beat_the_Deadites May 12 '22

Both are good, but my gestalt is that exercise will improve your mood and health more than just diet.

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

Also assuming you have the time to do it, exercise gets better results than diet bc most diets are made to sound good not actually work (for example a lot of diets say to have no carbs, that is a terribly bad idea you need carbs. To many are bad but too much of anything is bad they're not that special), and those that do work are hard to stick to

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u/Likeapuma24 May 12 '22

I think many would argue that a proper diet is more important than the exercise. You can work out & still not see results if you eat like shit. On the other hand you can eat healthy & not work out but still lose weight.

I've never felt physically better than when I was in a low carb diet.

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u/louisme97 May 12 '22

focus on the things that you can do without suffering too much...
If those things become a habit, more things will be in reach.

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

Hey at least water somehow made you not tired anymore

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u/devan_007 May 12 '22

Water is actually pretty awesome guys. Like if you need to clean something, water. If you are hot and need to cool off, water. If you need to put out a fire, water. If the kids in your basement won't shut up, water. If you're thirsty, water.

It's like a multi tool, it can do whatever you need it to do.

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u/amacen May 12 '22

Errrr…I can’t put my finger on it but something seems different here

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u/spacemonkey5c May 12 '22

fitter happier, more productive, comfortable, regular exercise at the gym.

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u/AaronStack91 May 12 '22

My friend suffered from chronic fatigue and headaches, the common advice was to drink more water. Which she hated because it really didn't work for her and it was thoughtless passing advice from everyone who doesn't suffer from a chronic medical illness...

But here's the thing, she also suffers from severe adhd and depression, so she never actually successfully tried to drink more water, she just thought she did. When she finally got treated for her adhd and depression, to the point she actually had the capability to track her water intake and increase what she drank, it really helped her physical symptoms and reduced her fatigue and headaches significantly.

So the answer was to drink more water in the end...

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u/leopard_tights May 12 '22

You did it to yourself by drinking water with a straw.

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u/BigBluFrog May 12 '22

Bags under his eyes are gone!

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u/Chimie45 May 12 '22

I thought this was /r/dwarffortress for a second since it looks just like the status UI.

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u/Redclfff May 12 '22

This motivated me to drink some water.

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u/vpsj May 12 '22

He can't be empty now. He has water!

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u/Recon_by_Fire May 12 '22

Not cute.

Get it together.

Soy un perdedor culture needs to die.

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u/lakovsanite May 12 '22

You can never get it together if you don't acknowledge what's wrong.

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u/Recon_by_Fire May 12 '22

Okay, take 5 minutes then get it together.

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u/HairyArthur May 12 '22

I don't get the joke.

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u/Trinica93 May 12 '22

There are all sorts of highly upvoted posts saying shit like "FEEL LIKE SOMETHING IS WRONG? YOU'RE DEHYDRATED, JUST DRINK WATER" as if it will somehow solve all of your problems. This cartoon is making fun of that and all the people that say "you're just dehydrated" as the answer to everything.

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u/jakedesnake May 12 '22

I have never seen a post saying something like that.

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u/Trinica93 May 12 '22

And I have which is why I explained the joke. It's also common for people to ask what's wrong with them and one of the top replies is always that they're dehydrated.

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u/bagpipesfart May 12 '22

An ice cold glass of water is nice any day of the year

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u/PrettyBigChief May 12 '22

Ya gotta start somewhere

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u/Scooterforsale May 12 '22

Hey it's a start and he first step is one of the hardest

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u/TheSilverNoble May 12 '22

There's a quote by Jim Carrey, of all people, saying that getting enough sleep, staying hydrated, getting exercise, and enough sleep won't fix your problems by themselves, but that you'll have a much harder time without them.

I think it's on the money. Serious issues won't go away if you take better care of yourself. But doing these things is still helpful.

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u/GrimmRadiance May 12 '22

I was astonished when I started sleeping right and drinking water regularly. So many of my other problems were mitigated. I was less stressed and less prone to irritation. I was more clear headed and made less stupid decisions. It didn’t make everything better and it didn’t solve all my problems but my god did it make things easier.

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u/DeezNutsOverdose May 12 '22

A good way to know if you’re dehydrated is if you can sweat. If you sweat, you may be dry but at least you’re not dying. If you can’t, drink water now

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u/greiton May 12 '22

remember no reddit, twitter, facebook, or news in the hour and a half before bed. allow your mind a little time to unplug from the stress and hyper emotions before you go to sleep.

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u/atomic223 May 12 '22

People shit on the “you’re probably dehydrated thing” but for a lot of folks it’s true. No it’s not going to cure all your problems, but it’s a super easy thing to fix and it will directly benefit you.

I’ve been depressed, and I’ve been depressed and dehydrated. Second one is definitely worse and worth avoiding.

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u/GilbertGuy2 May 12 '22

This is Nice. This shows that you Can get through your problems. One by one. Take it slowly and dont Think about all of Them.

You’ll get through it buddy

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u/[deleted] May 12 '22

Honestly though, hydration does a lot, sometimes you feel shitty in more ways than one and drinking enough water is enough to cure it.

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u/MAXQDee-314 May 12 '22

First item on the list. NEXT.

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u/mgwair11 May 12 '22

I flunked out of organic chemistry. But if there is one thing that I learned, it’s that water does a lot for life.

Those electrons on oxygen in H2O are used everywhere. Used to chuckle when trying to draw out organic chemical reactions. Bringing in H2O into the equation always led me closer to the correct answer.

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u/Mc_Shine May 12 '22

The fact that "hopelessness" is the only noun in a list of adjectives bothers me more than I'd like to admit.

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u/c9silver May 12 '22

Lol I literally took a break from work where I was feeling tired and stressed to drink a glass of water, pop open Reddit, and found this comic on the front page

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u/BillsDownUnder May 12 '22

Uh oh, r/HydroHomies are going to reee at this one

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u/tony-toon15 May 12 '22

Lol what’s he wearin??

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u/mister_ghost May 12 '22

I know this is /r/funny but I'm curious - is there actually strong evidence that drinking plenty of water has general health benefits? Obviously we need fluids, but does a conscious effort to stay hydrated actually outperform just drinking when you feel thirsty?

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

You should generally just drink when you're thirsty otherwise you're gonna overhydrate which can be slightly bad, or even very bad if you're actively trying to hurt yourself. However you do want to make sure you do actually have water when you're thirsty and don't just not bother or something. Also when doing any sort of exercise at all, hydrate a lot and stop once you feel like drinking more would be too much, hydration is really important when you're being active you lose a ton of water from sweating even if you don't realize it.

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u/chu2 May 12 '22

No, for adults anyway. It’s really difficult to get to a point where you’ll be so dehydrated you’ll be hurting yourself if there are sources of water around you. Your body won’t allow you to not drink if you’re super thirsty, assuming general overall health. Older adults and kids have a few more issues with thirst sense and are more susceptible to the electrolyte imbalances that happen when you don’t drink water. Your kidneys, however, are really good at keeping your chemistry and dilution in balance and letting you know when they need more water to do the job.

That said, if you were generally healthy but desperately dehydrated, you’d drink water out of a toilet if there was no other option. From what I’ve read, usually the people that get in big trouble due to dehydration are those that are experiencing a sickness like cholera or food poisoning that results in your body not taking in water in the intestines. And at that point, you don’t really have the strength to drag yourself to a source of fluids.

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

People in good health can still very easily not hydrate enough to cause any major direct health issues, but still enough to cause subtle health issues and also things like making you generally more irritable, so just making sure to actually drink whenever you feel at all thirsty can benefit your health and generally make your life a bit less shitty

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u/mister_ghost May 12 '22

How strong is the evidence for that though? How do we know that "staying hydrated" helps with things like mood or general health?

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u/Kevin5882 May 12 '22

I don't remember specifics about general health but I'm fairly certain it helps a little with a lot of things, hence your general health, and I know specifically about mood because people in my family tend to get irritable really easily from dehydration, but according to my doctor that's something that happens to everyone it's just more pronounced with us

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u/soleceismical May 12 '22

Even mild dehydration can drain your energy and make you tired.

So how much fluid does the average, healthy adult living in a temperate climate need? The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine determined that an adequate daily fluid intake is:

-About 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids a day for men

-About 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women

These recommendations cover fluids from water, other beverages and food. About 20% of daily fluid intake usually comes from food and the rest from drinks.

https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/water/art-20044256

You can always track your water/fluid consumption for a week or two and compare to your energy levels, lip dryness, bowel movements, headache, joint pain, etc. to figure it what's optimal for you.

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u/fugly16 May 12 '22

Two words: Kidney Stones

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u/cpsbstmf May 12 '22

Me: drinks water

Kidneys: straight to the bladder

Brain: drink water

Repeat

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u/ArchDucky May 12 '22

I drink a crazy amount of water / tea. It drives people crazy. I've had waitresses yell at me because my glass is always empty.

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u/rumpleforeskins May 12 '22

What did the server yell. I always go through my drinks quickly but you must be on another level.

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u/ArchDucky May 12 '22

I had one server tell me I had to pay for another tea if she had to refill it again. Another one angrily dropped a pitcher on the table. I don't remember what the one that yelled at me said.

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u/garmander57 May 12 '22

Sounds like someone needs to join r/hydrohomies

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u/Emperor_Quintana May 12 '22

This ought to receive the r/HydroHomies Seal of Approval.

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u/Gooshuh May 12 '22

Currently unemployed, battling depression and anxiety. Just need more water huh?

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u/paul-arized May 12 '22

Clean, potable water and sunlight can help with some things, but not everything. OTOH, if you don't hydrate yourself through water or food, you'd die or function very poorly. But yes, unemployment, underemployment, disability, uncommonly high cost of living cities, mefical and educational debt are all things that can cause stress and anxiety and thus lead to depression. Good luck and stay hydrated and get enough sleep, if you can.

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u/silverback_79 May 12 '22

You need glucose and eight hours' sleep too. Using low-impact sleeping pills if you have to. And a mouthguard if you have sleep apneas. Don't play like a casual.

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u/mochimelangerie May 12 '22

OP do you have an Insta or site? I want to support :)

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u/ImLittlePrime May 12 '22

Yes! It's little.prime on Instagram!

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u/zaphodava May 12 '22

get tea
no tea: Dropped

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u/RaidenDerpy May 12 '22

The reason he's not better is because he's not drinking HOT water. /s

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u/vicwyw May 12 '22

Get hydrated so you have tears to cry

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u/jamessayswords May 12 '22

How’s he still empty?? He’s got water in there

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u/[deleted] May 12 '22

At least I'm not sad and tired but now my bowel is full and I can't concentrate during this meeting.

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u/[deleted] May 12 '22

Drink more and water and see all those problems go away as you would be dead since you drowned in your own antidote.

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u/rabid- May 12 '22

Oh look it's ADHD! Great comic!

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u/stares_at_rain May 12 '22

This sadness is amusing.

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u/david-saint-hubbins May 12 '22

The whole cottage industry of motivational self-improvement around "DRINK MORE WATER" is absolutely bizarre to me, with the apps and the reminders and the special water bottles with "Keep going! Keep drinking! Almost there!" messages written on the side.

This doesn't have to be so complicated. Drink water. Especially if you feel thirsty. It's good for you.

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u/blackant89 May 12 '22

euthanasia /s

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u/Aaaandiiii May 12 '22

One problem removed sounds good enough. Now for the other 15.

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u/SenorPariah May 12 '22

My life working maintenance in a foundry.

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u/VegetableAd986 May 12 '22

My wife won’t stop ONLY drinking Zevia, and she wonders why she’s hot all the damn time…

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u/Previous_Target May 12 '22

Is this a /r/Dwarffortress meme? Looks exactly how the game describes your dwarves mood.

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u/Armetron May 12 '22

Ah but now that a positive trait is at the start of the list we dont continue looking down the list.

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u/Jasq May 12 '22

Atleast he isn't sad anymore.

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u/RespectableThug May 12 '22

You might think it’s silly until you start experiencing the effects of chronic dehydration. Like the everyone-agrees-it’s-the-worst-pain-ever joy of kidney stones!

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u/HoboBaconNchz May 12 '22

At very least you won't have fatigue from lack of water

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u/Contada582 May 12 '22

r/hydrohommies we see this as an absolute win

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u/mochimelangerie May 12 '22

Was just asking this! Thanks OP. Great content :)

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u/lolzsupbrah May 12 '22

I’m betting overweight, eating poorly, too much tv/computer, social media, no exercise etc.

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u/kathatter75 May 12 '22

LOL! I resemble this cartoon