Why is it important to drink water
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Drink water! No one can exist without water!
Two-thirds of us are water, with the body consisting of 65-70%. We must maintain this fluid balance, which is why we fill up daily with healthy and unhealthy drinks.
Why is it important to drink water?
Water has several features: We use water when the cells build up; for example, there is 10% water in teeth, 25% in bones, and 70% in the muscles. Water regulates body temperature, so we don't "boil over"! Water acts as a solvent; as a joint, we use water to dissolve the food we eat to pass through the system faster, and finally, water lubricant is between joints and internal organs.
Several important points about why it is important to drink water:
- Fluid balance:
The kidneys control the fluid balance in the body, so when you bind fluid after eating salt, the kidneys absorb more water to dilute the salt concentration in the body. You can lose 2-3 kilos only by offsetting the fluid balance.
Not only does what we drink give the body fluid, but our daily food contains a lot of water. For example, fruits and vegetables are very watery, as much as 90%.
- The daily need:
The Daily needs to depend on one's size, climate, and activity level.
They say an adult with sedentary work needs about eight glasses of water daily.
All athletes know how vital fluid intake is before, during, and after training. When doing a workout, always listen to your body and drink regularly.
Symptoms of dizziness and headaches may be signs of fluid deficiency
To keep your fluid balance in order, you must drink abundantly and constantly during the day.
- Clean skin:
If you drink a lot of water doing the day, you'll also get more flawless skin.
When the body is regularly flushed, the kidneys work more actively, and the waste will pass faster through your internal system, more smooth and free of impurities.
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