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Why is drinking water so important

More than half of the body consists of fluid In men, this is slightly more than in women: 63 percent versus 52 percent. The difference is that women have more adipose tissue, and fat does not retain moisture.

Most of that water is in your cells.

  •     The cells of your lungs are 'the wettest'. They consist of 90 percent water.
  •     Your teeth and bones are the driest: they consist of 10 to 20 percent water.

What does drinking 2 liters of water a day with your body. We fulfill our daily water needs for the most part by drinking. How much we drink every day is usually determined by our habits and not by our thirst. If you are really thirsty, that actually means that it is already "too late". It is a signal that you have not drunk enough and that your body is drying out to a certain extent. Usually we drink too little water even though we have often heard enough how important it is to drink enough. Those who drink too little water can get one or more ailments such as fatigue, slow metabolism, poor blood circulation, poor resistance, urinary tract infection, accumulation of toxins, high blood pressure, slow thinking headaches, stress, painful joints, weight gain, stomach and stomach pain. bowel disorders, etc.

FUNCTIONS OF MOISTURE IN OUR BODY

Apart from oxygen, water is the most important substance that the human body needs and forms the basis of all biological processes in our body:

  •     Our cells are 70% water and is therefore an important building material of cells.
  •     Here it is especially important for the digestive system, in order to be able to properly understand and digest the food.
  •     Water is also responsible for the heat regulation in our body. It is vitally important to us that our body temperature stays at a standard level. The reason that people should drink plenty of water during fever attacks. Water absorbs heat and drains it through sweating.
  •     Water is an important means of transport and transports food and waste products to and from the cells. Bottled water contains less minerals than tap water.
  •     In many chemical reactions we need water, as water molecules, fats and carbohydrates are split up in the process of digestion of proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
  •     Water also serves as Moisture in and around body tissue protects the body from shocks.

WHY DOES A DEFICIT OF MOISTURE HAVE EFFECT ON OUR WEIGHT?

One of the most important functions of our body is filtering our blood. This function is mainly performed by the kidneys, but this "treatment plant" can only function optimally if sufficient water is present. If the kidneys do not function properly, many harmful substances are stored in the liver. One of the functions of the liver is to convert the stored fats into usable energy. If the liver has to take over the work of the kidneys, it does not work optimally so that fats remain stored and your weight will increase. Drink enough and make sure that your body will not accumulate with harmful substances and fats!

THE SYMPTOMS OF A DEFICIT

If you are not thirsty, that does not mean that your body does not need water. As soon as the body believes that there is not enough water, the thirst mechanism is 'turned off'. Your body can then hold water in your legs, feet, arms and face. You may then have to pee less, with the result that your body can not dispose of harmful waste. You will see that if you drink a lot of water for a couple of weeks, your thirst mechanism also comes back and signals that your body needs water. An important indicator of whether or not you are dehydrated is the color of your urine. Normally urine is colorless. A deep yellow to orange color means that there is too little water in your body. Prevent muscle pain by drinking water. The only exception is when you take certain water-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin C and B Complex, which can temporarily give your urine a deep yellow color. Other factors that are indicative of dehydration are dry mouth, hunger, fatigue, muscle pain, dizziness, depression, anxiety, too fast heartbeat, nausea, vomiting or pain. Do you feel tired, are hungry, have muscle cramps, or do you feel a headache or heartburn, drink a glass of water and wait ten minutes. Often you will see that you already feel a lot better!

HOW MUCH MUST YOU DRINK DAILY?

Water, an essential nutrient. Your body needs about 2 liters of water daily to be sufficiently hydrated. When you drink alcohol, caffeine and soft drinks and you also expose yourself to non-organic foods, drugs, cigarettes, environmental poisons (environmental toxins) and emotional stress, you even need more than 2 liters of water a day to keep your body in balance . Purely filtered water is the best, but certain teas like mint tea or chamomile tea also count as long as you also drink pure water every day.


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