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Moisture and drinking water from a modern water cooler

Moisture is important in the absorption of nutrients in the intestine, the transport of nutrients and waste in the body, and the regulation of body temperature. Good hydration in the summer. Moisture is in food and drink. We get the most moisture through drinking. Tips to get through the summer COOL.

An adult needs an average of 1.5 to 2 liters of fluid per day in the form of drinks. Calculate how much water you should drink per day. Exactly how much fluid you need depends on age, temperature, exercise, eating and health status. For example, breastfeeding women need more fluid than average.

If you do not drink for too long, dehydration symptoms may occur. The body of women consists on average for 52% of moisture and that of men for 63%. Babies even consist of 75% moisture. Women have less fluid in their bodies because they generally have more fat than men. Fat tissue contains no moisture. The fluid is distributed throughout the body: about 65% is in cells and tissues, the rest in the spaces between the cells and in the blood.
It is necessary to supplement what you lose in moisture. You keep the fluid balance at its best by drinking enough. But moisture is also in food. The body automatically restores the moisture balance. For example, if you lose too much fluid, it will excrete less urine or you will feel thirsty, causing you to drink more. What moisture leaves the body must be replenished.
Sources of moisture

You get moisture through:

  •     drink: preferably 1.5 to 2 liters
  •     food: about 900 milliliters
  •     oxidation water: approximately 350 milliliters of moisture is released into the body when protein, fats and carbohydrates from food are converted into energy. This moisture is called oxidation water.

You lose moisture through:

  •     urine: approximately 1,400 milliliters
  •     stool: about 100 milliliters
  •     exhalation: approximately 500 milliliters
  •     sweating: around 500 milliliters
The quantities can vary greatly. You do, however, have to produce at least 500 milliliters of urine daily to be able to dispose of your waste. For the elderly that is about 700 milliliters, because kidney function decreases.

Moisture consists for a large part of water and is important for:

  •     dissolving nutrients, allowing them to be absorbed in the intestine
  •     the transport of nutrients and waste into the blood
  •     controlling your body temperature

Dehydration. If you do not drink for too long, dehydration symptoms may occur, such as:

  •     thirst
  •     drowsiness
  •     weakness
  •     confusion
  •     less sweating
  •     urinate less
  •     less elasticity of the skin
  •     fainting due to lowering of blood pressure, with an additional burden on the heart. This can be enhanced by dilation of blood vessels in the skin, for example during heat or exercise.
The brain cells in particular are susceptible to severe dehydration. Confusion is therefore an important indication of severe dehydration. Very serious dehydration can lead to coma.

Dehydration can also occur with diarrhea. For elderly people who can no longer take care of themselves and sick children, it is certainly important to ensure that they get enough fluid.

Without moisture a person can only survive a few days and newborn babies even shorter.

Too much moisture?

Too much fluid can lead to low levels of salts (sodium) in the blood. This can cause arrhythmias in the heart.

An excess of fluid can also lead to fluid retention in the brain. This almost never happens, only if you drink extremely much. The kidneys can process approximately 0.7 to 1 liter of water per hour.

Detoxification

Sufficient moisture is important to keep urine production going and therefore for the removal of waste from the body. Drinking as a detox is not sufficiently scientifically substantiated. Drinking water with fruit and spice.

Some people are prescribed water pills by the doctor if they retain too much fluid. This applies, for example, if the kidneys deteriorate. The use of water tablets is usually accompanied by dietary advice for salt or protein. Ask your doctor if you use water tablets.

Nutritional advice

You have to drink around 1.5 to 2 liters of fluid per day. How much fluid you need depends on how much fluid you lose. That varies per person and depends on the circumstances in which you are. If you exercise a lot and exercise or at a higher temperature, you need more. If you exercise little and are in cool rooms, you need less moisture.

Calories

Water and tea and coffee contain 0 calories. Therefore it is important to drink lots of water from a modern water cooler.

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