Try it...collect some of your urine in a pot or a jar. See how strong it REALLY is.
I'll bet you want to increase your intake of clean water!
But, please, do it slowly...your kidneys don't want sudden changes in routine...that is stress.
Plot new times when you can sip a little more clean water. Then, gradually take in extra sips at each drink...over a number of days or weeks.
I read that a person should drink water every 15 minutes, when they are working. (And brain work is labor, too. We burn energy/calories when we think. We even burn calories to sleep.)
...Weight Watchers works. When a person is on Weight Watchers they always notice something...they pee more.
In fact, they pee like a racehorse.
So, if we eat something like the Weight Watchers program (not hard to do), and are losing excess weight through our urinary system...but not drinking enough clean water...guess what happens to our kidneys and bladder... They are working harder than ever!
Seniors limit their water intake...thinking they are saving getting up at night.
I don't think so.
There's more to this question of water, but I am no expert.
People say the book, "Your Body's Many Cries for Water," is a good one.