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What happens to your body if you drink insufficient water
Cold water drinking. One of the most important parts of our body is the brain. They need the most energy and they consist of 75 percent water. No wonder you have to ensure that the moisture balance in your upper room is maintained. If you do not, that has an effect on your ability to concentrate. Even if you suffer from mood swings during these hot days, it may be because you drink too little water from your Water Cooler Bundamba. Drinking water helps with losing some weight. Drink plenty of fresh water, restore the balance above it, prevents headaches and makes you sleep better at night.
Our blood consists of 94 percent water. That is at least the case if you drink enough water. When you drink too little water, the blood becomes thicker and blood pressure decreases. In this way, the blood only flows to the most vital organs leading to dizziness, concentration disorders and nausea. Can food influence your sleep.
Our heart also needs water. Those who drink too little influence the functioning of the nerve cells. Those nerve cells are responsible for the right heart rhythm and therefore very important.
If there is too little water supply, no sweat is produced, the skin dries out and the body is no longer able to cool itself. So, drink plenty of water from your Water Cooler Bundamba. This increases the body temperature. Bottled water, tap water or filtered water.
Every day we lose one hundred fifty milliliters of fluid through our urine. These are actually waste products and can only be discharged if the kidneys receive enough water to produce the urine. To be able to pee enough, our kidneys actually need five hundred milliliters of water. In reality, of course, we have to drink a lot more than that. After all, all body parts that we list above also need water from your Water Cooler Bundamba.
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