Your stress and anxiety levels are through the roof.
Everyone goes through higher periods of stress and anxiety, but you should do whatever you can to take care of it.
“All of us experience stress, but if you find that your levels of stress or anxiety are increasing or becoming difficult to bear, this can be more concerning,” Favini says. “Make sure to take care of your mental health and seek help from your doctor or another professional if stress or anxiety is getting in the way of your day-to-day life.”
Your urine is dark yellow.
When your urine is fairly clear, you know you’ve been doing a good job with your water intake. If it’s dark yellow, it’s typically an indicator that you’re not drinking enough to fuel your body. And changing your habits can better your overall health more than you think.
“Drink more water! Up to a gallon of water per day is one of the fastest ways to melt inflammation from the body, stabilize blood sugar levels, gain energy, and lubricate your joints,” says Carr.
Your urine smells funky.
Noticing a change in your urine odor could be an indicator that something’s up with your health. While there are certain things that change the odor—like eating a lot of asparagus or taking B-6 supplements—the Cleveland Clinic says it could also be due to a bladder infection, a kidney infection, liver failure, and metabolic disorders.