Do you know that Your Urine Color Can Reveal Your Health Issues ?

Jun 01, 2017 @ 07:25 AM By Damandeep Kaur

Hey, have you ever looked at your pee after peeing? If not, then you have been doing wrong!  It is always important to time-to-time check the color of your urine as it can indicate much about your health. Whatever you eat and drink matters a lot as the pee color can tell whether your body is perfectly hydrated or not. We are not asking you to check your pee daily, we are just suggesting you check the color of your pee at least once in a week because the color of pee can be alarming and indicate our health issues. So, let’s check what kind of health issues pee color can indicate. Take a look! 

1) Clear Urine

If the color of your pee is clear and for a long time, then it can be indicating a strong sign of diabetes insipidus.This is kind of diabetes in which people release more water and this makes a person more thirsty and interrupt the sleep cycle.

2) Dark Yellow Urine

The color of the pee must be pale yellow or dark yellow like this, but you should drink more and more water to stay hydrated.

3) Neon Yellow Urine!

Nothing to worry if your pee color is neon, as when your body takes moreB and C vitamins, it cannot keep it for long. That is the reason, the color of the urine changes. Moreover, when you eat capsule or medicine in that case also the color of the urine changes.

4) Orange Color Urine

High intake of salt and too much hydration can be a reason for orange urine. Unless, a cyst or tumor impeding the bile duct, leading to jaundice.


5) Blue Urine

Few medications and food dyes can be a reason behind blue urine. No need to panic if you notice blue urine, however, if you notice it for long then contact a doctor.

6) Red Urine

Some kind of food items can be a reason behind red urine but check carefully as it can also be blood in the urine. If you notice blood in the urine, contact doctor immediately.

7) Green Urine!

Green urine can be caused by bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The medications for Parkinson's disease and antidepressants can also be the reason of this hue.