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Do you need to drink 2 liters of water from your water cooler Griffith each day?

Actually I should drink more water - Useful tips. Everywhere we see them: people with a bottle of water from which they take a drink. In almost all health advices, it is recommended to drink 1.5 to 2 l (= 6 to 8 glasses) of water daily. Sometimes it is even said that we should drink 1.5 liters of water from a Water Cooler Griffith on top of all other drinks. However, such advice lacks any scientific basis, as was recently reiterated. We do not have to drink that much and secondly, we do not just have to drink water.

A healthy adult loses about 1 l of fluid every day through the skin (sweating), breathing and bowel movements, plus a variable amount via the urine. That moisture needs to be supplemented via food and drink to keep the moisture balance in balance. Through our diet and normal metabolism we get about 1 l of fluid per day, depending on the type and amount of food and on energy consumption. The rest must be delivered via drinks. The urine production per day thus determines the minimum amount a person must drink daily. Under normal circumstances, about 500 ml of fluid is needed every 24 hours to allow our kidneys to produce enough urine to be able to remove all waste. 10 Ways to keep your kidneys healthy. All urine that is produced more is separated as 'free water'. Under normal circumstances, a healthy adult should therefore be able to drink 0.5 l per day from your Water Cooler Griffith. Everything you drink more is simply excreted.

If additional moisture loss occurs, the moisture absorption must of course be increased accordingly. For heavy sweating, for example, the loss can go up to 1.5 l per hour. Increasing the fluid intake is also necessary for the elderly and for people with a kidney problem. We also need much more fluid for fever, diarrhea, vomiting etc. But in normal circumstances you do not have to walk around with a bottle of water all day and compulsively to swallow your liters of water, it is usually enough to drink when you feel thirsty. Of course it can not hurt to drink more, because normal kidneys are able to excrete excess water. But it is not necessary, nor does it make you better, as is sometimes claimed. Water with minerals is better than just tap water.

For example, it has not been proven that drinking a lot of water can help prevent the occurrence of certain disorders, such as bladder and colon cancer. Whether drinking a lot of water would have a beneficial effect on the skin through improved circulation, blockage or headaches can help prevent rubbish or toxins, improve short-term memory, protect the body from external shocks via water in and around the body tissues, or muscle and joint problems would help prevent the water in the limbs, muscles, connective tissue and cartilage in the joints. Drinking plenty of water from your Water Cooler Griffith does reduce the risk of kidney stones and urinary tract infections. Extra water just before the meal contributes to eating a smaller portion, but a final weight loss effect has not yet been adequately demonstrated.

Secondly, it is a myth that we should primarily drink water to keep our fluid balance in balance. Contrary to popular belief, all potable substances count, including coffee, tea, herbal tea, milk products, fruit and vegetable juices, soup, soft drinks, beer and wine, etc.
That coffee or tea will increase urine production, which means that we would lose more fluid, is incorrect. Caffeine provides a faster, but not for more excretion of moisture. Drinking a cup of coffee has exactly the same effect as drinking a glass of water, at least as far as the moisture supply is concerned.

Alcohol does have a diuretic (diuretic) effect, at least if we have drunk several glasses.
As far as soft drinks, fruit juices, milk products, etc. are concerned, we have to take into account that they also contain energy (calories) in addition to water. What happens in your body if you drink soda. This may be less desirable in the context of weight control. But as far as the moisture supply is concerned, they are equivalent to water.

So there are no convincing arguments to go through life with a bottle of water. The best thing is that you drink according to your thirst. Let your body decide how much water it needs and never drink large quantities at once.


Drinking healthy water from your water cooler Griffith

The human body consists of 55 to 65 percent water. In addition, water is required for all bodily mechanisms and functions. Without water your body dries out and with a prolonged lack of water you die of thirst and dehydration.

People are constantly losing water. There is sweat when the body becomes overheated. Water evaporates from the skin, from the mucous membranes and through breathing. In addition, you lose fluid through the urine and stools. The moisture that you lose every day must also be replenished. Here are 5 tips for optimum moisture management ...
Internal moisture management

All the water in your body is collectively also referred to as your "internal moisture balance" or "internal moisture balance." These terms indicate that you can have too little, but also too much fluid in your body. The exact amount of water in your body depends on numerous factors, including:
  • How much you eat and drink
  • Moisture-drifting substances (caffeine, diuretics, etc.)
  • Degree of "fluid retention" (edema)
  • Hormone management
  • Perspiration (sweating) & urination (urinating)
  • Diarrhea (abdominal walking)
  • Climate & body temperature
  • Functionality of kidneys, pancreas & heart
  • Mineral management (sodium, potassium, magnesium, etc.)
  • Saliva production, blood pressure, overweight, pregnancy etc.

It is important that you consume approximately as much fluid every day as you lose.

Positive & negative moisture balance

If you get more water than you lose, a positive moisture balance is created. If you lose more fluid than you ingest, a negative fluid balance is created. In principle, both indications are harmless. However, there are a few exceptions:

  • If you lose too much moisture, you dry out
  • If you drink a lot of water, you can get water poisoning
  • If you retain a lot of moisture in your tissues, you become plump

So it must go really crazy if a shortage or excess of water in your body becomes dangerous. In the event of an extreme deficiency, an infusion can be used; with an extreme surplus, a moisture-repellent agent (diuretic).

1. Drinking water for your moisture management

Water is of vital importance, and you must therefore regularly receive fluid. If you retain a lot of moisture, it is extra important to drink enough water. Drinking water makes it easier for you to stabilize and adjust your drinking water.
Drinking water is overestimated

Although drinking water is very healthy, drinking water is greatly overrated. Drinking lemon water in the morning is good for you. Until recently, many doctors, dietitians, nutritionists, nutrition agencies and even governments recommended drinking up to 3 liters of water a day. Drinking lots of water from your water cooler Griffith would:

  • Improve the functioning of your kidneys
  • Ensure that you lose waste faster (detoxify)
  • Filling the stomach and preventing hunger ...
  • Thus helping with weight loss & slimming
  • Help prevent headache
  • Benefit your ability to concentrate
  • Improve the quality of your skin

Drinking lots of water is useless

The above statements are all based on fables, and drinking plenty of water is therefore completely useless. It has never been possible to prove that drinking lots of water is good for your health. Recent research from the "University of Pennsylvania" even showed that drinking lots of water is not good for anything. (source)

6 Facts about drinking water. Your kidneys detox your body; the amount of water in your body hardly plays a role in this. Your skin also needs 'normal' amounts of moisture. Water only reduces headaches if it is caused by a hangover. And drinking a lot of water can actually deteriorate your ability to concentrate.

Moreover, your solid food provides 75% of your daily water requirement. Half a liter of drink per day is therefore sufficient for optimum moisture management. This can be water, but also another drink. All in all, water is healthy, but it has no benefits to drink a lot of water. (source)

Below we discuss what you can do to achieve optimum moisture management.

2. Pay attention to salt for the moisture balance

The human body needs certain minerals to maintain a healthy fluid balance. Especially sodium (salt) and potassium regulate your moisture management. Calcium, magnesium and chlorine affect the water in your body to a lesser extent. There are so many minerals in the water from your water cooler Griffith. Calculate how much water you should drink. Both a surplus and a shortage of these minerals can be disastrous for your moisture balance.

The human body contains salt, mainly in the blood and tissue fluid, so outside of your cells. The main task of salt is to maintain the moisture balance by attracting water. Potassium functions precisely within the cells; it ensures that a surplus of sodium can be excreted in the urine.

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