It's healthy and normal to sweat, and not sweating is a common symptom of dehydration. There are a number of less - known signs of dehydration to look out for, especially during this time of the year.

Here's a quick rundown of the symptoms. Click here to read more about each symptom and be sure to keep any eye out for these, especially if you work outdoors. The article also contains great tips for staying hydrated and healthier in the summer months.

Bad breath: caused by overproduction of bacteria due to lack of hydration

Dry skin: caused by low blood volume

Muscle cramps: affect of heat on muscles

Fever and chills: seek medical attention if temperature is above 101

Food cravings, especially for sweets: dehydration prevents nutrients from being released, including glycogens