Cloudy urine and Dehydration
Dehydration can lead to cloudy urine, but not common.
Drink less water
Dehydration is also responsible for cloudy urine. People always get relatively dehydrated from sleeping at night due to drinking less water, so that the concentration of substances in urine goes up to saturation, and then they will be precipitated.
Thus, precipitation of salts in the urine causes urine cloudy, that’s one of the main causes for cloudy urine, and is harmless most of the time.
And also, the urine color is deepened to deep yellow urine or dark-brown urine. That looks like a tea-colored urine.
This is a normal phenomenon about this cloudy urine and its color due to dehydration at night. In other words, as long as you drink enough water, your urine will be changed back to clear and colorless, light yellow or amber urine.
Water loss of the body to cause your urine to become cloudy is often due to the sweating or while exercising. This also depletes water level in your body to result in dehydration.
Drink more water can prevent or correct your dehydration, and your urine will be clear and light colored, instead of the dark and cloudy urine. If your cloudy urine still doesn’t go away, see your doctor ASAP.