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How much water do you need to drink each day

Do you want to lose weight? Drinking water. Drinking lemon water in the morning is good for you. Do you want beautiful skin? Drinking water! Marketers fling with the health benefits of water. But how much water per day should you actually drink? What is even more important to know about water?

How much water per day

There are whole formulas to calculate how much water per person is sufficient. Not everyone needs the same amount of water. Important factors are: weight, weather conditions and how much you move. General rule: drink about 2 to 2.5 liters per day from your Water Cooler Hope Island. But what is often forgotten: water also gets you from food. Think of fruit and vegetables, but water is even in solid food. What does drinking water really does for your skin.

How much water per day?

An adult must drink 1.5 liters on average and the rest will almost certainly enter via food. And yes, drink a little more when it is hot, during exercise or when you are ill (at least half a liter to a liter extra). Then you will certainly get enough water inside. Tap water versus mineral water. Mineral water sounds much healthier than tap water. But we Australian people can be proud of our tap water. What does drinking 2 liters of water a day with your body. It is just as pure and healthy as mineral water. Did you know that it is bad for your kidneys when you ingest too many minerals? Your kidneys are then overloaded, making them wear faster. So drink plenty of water from your Water Cooler Hope Island.

Drinking too much water per day is dangerous

Drinking a lot is healthy, but can you drink too much? Hell yes! For example, if you drink 3 liters per hour, water poisoning can occur. And that can have serious consequences: you can fall into a coma or even die. Good to know: your kidneys can process about 8 to 10 liters of water per day. Fortunately, you will not get there quickly. Bottled water contains less minerals than tap water. Healthy drink water from yiour Water Cooler Hope Island.

Did you know that

  • Drinking during a meal causes less digestion?
  • You therefore can best wait with drinking until half an hour after your meal?
  • When you eat a lot of fiber, you need to drink more water?
  • 25% of our bones are water?
  • On average one month without food and only one week without water?

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Drink from your water cooler Hope Island before the thirst!

Drinking enough during exercise is very important. During exercise you lose a lot of fluid through sweating. 6 Facts about drinking water. With great effort under high temperatures you can lose 1 to 2 liters of moisture per hour. That is why it is extra important to drink well when you exercise. Our body consists for the most part of water. Water keeps your blood fluid, making it possible to transport nutrients to the cells and remove waste. It keeps your body cool by absorbing heat from the muscles and removing it through sweat. Evaporation of sweat makes the skin cooler, the cooler skin cools the blood and the cooler blood cools the organs.

Symptoms when drinking too little

Calculate how much water you should drink. When you lose a lot of fluid and drink too little, a too high salt content in the blood occurs, also known as hypernatremia. The high salinity in the blood attracts moisture from the body cells, causing them to dry out. The early signs of a fluid deficiency are a lack of appetite, confusion, shakiness and fatigue. Dehydration symptoms can be recognized by headache, muscle cramps and fainting.
Thirst is a sign of the body to let us know that we need to take extra fluid. The brain only sends a thirst signal if you already have 1% fluid deficiency. Then it is already too late to drink because your heart beats faster than normal and more glycogen is burned than it should be. With a moisture deficit of 2% (that is 1.5 liters for a person of 75 kg), dehydration symptoms occur and at 3% your body is no longer able to maintain the training intensity. That is why it is important to drink on time in order to stay ahead of the thirst stimulus.
You can tell by the color of your urine when you have drunk too little. With an optimal moisture balance, the urine has a clear color with a neutral odor. If you have drunk too little, the color is dark and the urine has a strong odor.

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Symptoms when drinking too much

An excess of fluid in the blood almost never occurs. Except when you do not eat but drink liters of water one after the other, water poisoning (hyponatraemia) can occur. This can already occur when drinking 3 liters of water per hour. Because the salt content in the blood becomes lower if you drink (too) much in a short time, the moisture moves where the salt concentration is highest, and that is in the body cells. This swells and the associated pressure causes headache, nausea and confusion. Extreme endurance athletes, such as marathon runners who exercise for a long time in warm temperatures and drink lots of water from your water cooler Hope Island without salt and carbohydrates, run this risk. It is therefore important to not only replenish the moisture content during intensive exercise in warm weather, but also to monitor the salinity, for example by eating salty snacks before, during and after exercise (max 1 liter of fluid and the most optimal is 2760 milligrams of salt per hour).

How much to drink

If you do not exercise, it is recommended to drink at least 1.5 liters of fluid from your water cooler Hope Island per day. Athletes must drink more. The moisture requirement differs per person and depends on a number of factors, so that a universal guideline is not possible. Type of sport, duration and intensity, gender, body height and build, heredity, condition and environmental factors (hot or cold temperatures) all influence the need for moisture. Some athletes sweat more than others. Fit people sweat earlier and more with exercise than people with a less good condition.

When to drink

It is important not to wait until you get thirsty, but to plan your drinking moments well. The feeling of thirst only arises when a fluid deficiency has already occurred and you want to stay ahead of it. Replenishment always comes too late. A good indicator to estimate how much fluid you lose during a workout is to weigh yourself before and immediately after the effort. Drinking lemon water in the morning is good for you. With the help of this formula you can calculate how much you should drink from your water cooler Hope Island while exercising;

Weight before exertion (kg) - weight after exertion (kg) + amount of liters drunk x 1.5 = how much water you should drink next time to stay optimally hydrated.

Also keep an eye on the color of your urine; a clear urine with a neutral odor indicates a good fluid balance in the body. In general you can follow the following guidelines: If you exercise at moderate intensity, drink 250 ml per half hour. If you exercise at high intensity, drink 500 ml per half hour. Are you still thirsty? Then drink more! Drinking more than one liter per hour makes no sense because the body cannot handle more than that. You can also choose to have a sports drink.

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