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Our body consists largely of water. In a woman, the body consists of approximately 52% water, in men this is about 63%. In women, this is lower because women have a higher percentage of fat on average, and there is no moisture in fat. A good fluid balance is important, for example, to keep the blood pressure on the arrow, to regulate the body temperature and to dispose of waste. A shortage of fluid can decrease your sport performance, but can also cause health problems.
Drinking water, the best way to keep your moisture balance up to date. Water fulfills functions in the body that are of vital importance to humans. For example, it is a building material for our cells, moisture fulfills a function as a heat regulator and also ensures the transport of all substances in the body. In order to be able to do this properly, the moisture balance must be in balance.
We lose fluid through sweating, breathing, toilet visits and eating. Because of this, it is important to have enough fluid to take you again. If the moisture absorption is equal to the moisture loss then the moisture balance is in balance. Moisture loss can cause performance loss, cramping, and even coma. With a loss of more than 10% of the body fluid even death occurs! Fortunately, the body responds to fluid loss and various mechanisms come into action such as:
- Thirst, this happens already with a moisture loss of 2%
You need to drink about 1.5 to 2 liters of fluid per day. How much moisture you need depends on how much fluid you lose. Calculate how much water you should drink. That differs per person and depends on the circumstances in which you find yourself. If you exercise a lot and move or at higher temperatures, you need more. If you move a little and are in cool rooms, you need less moisture. 6 Facts about drinking water.