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Water is of vital importance, drink at least 2 liters a day

What does drinking 2 liters of water a day with your body. Summer. 6 Facts about drinking water. Mercury creeps up and sun worshipers take it. Until the temperatures reach above thirty degrees. Such heat is especially for seniors too much of the good. They are at risk of dehydration. Enough drinking is literally of vital importance. But how much is enough and does coffee also count? An older body is difficult in extreme heat. That's no secret. Keeping body temperature in mind is a complicated process and is becoming more difficult at a later age. Important organs such as kidneys, heart and lungs are less and less effective. As a senior, you notice that you are less often thirsty and more difficult to transpire.

Coffee and tea may also

Thirst and perspiration are important indicators that indicate that your body loses moisture that needs to be supplemented. Therefore, if these "alarm bubbles" are no longer (good), you need to take action. The National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) advises seniors to drink at least two liters of moisture daily. That does not necessarily have to be water. According to the RIVM, it is even better to exchange different drinks. Think of (fresh) fruit juices, tomato juice, milk, sports drinks and natural water. Hot drinks such as coffee and tea may also, to a minimum, be sufficient. A cup of broth is recommended because the minerals help to keep the moisture balance up to date. Do not drink any alcoholic beverages like beer and wine, as they rip off properly. They increase the chance of drying out. Many seniors find it difficult to drink two liters of moisture. They get a "water belly" or can not estimate how much two liters are. For both problems there are good solutions. A 'water belly' is prevented by dividing the two liters well throughout the day. Begin early with the first glass and finish late at night. Keep track of the color of your urine throughout the day. If this becomes darker, you will drink too little. Even if you have to go to the toilet less often, you need to drink more.

How much is two liters?

To know how many two liters you can go to the supermarket and buy a two liter soft drink bottle (note: most bottles contain one and a half liters). Indeed, this is a considerable amount. You can use the bottle (or a measuring cup) to see how many glasses you can fill with. In an average glass, 0.2 liters, a glass of glass often goes a little less. That means you have to drink 10 to fifteen glasses (!) A day. Keep an eye on the clock or use a cooker and drink a glass every hour. By drinking enough you prevent overheating and drying out. You keep the perspiration running, which is important to cool down. You feel fitter when you drink enough. You can improve the heat! In addition, you reduce the risk of kidney damage and heart failure. If anybody drinks too little, make sure you recognize the dehydration symptoms. Who dehydrates first gets a dry mouth, nose and throat. It becomes harder to sweat and pee. After that, someone often becomes pale and the eyes are hollow. A flaky skin also indicates moisture shortage.

Heat and medicine

In some cases, two liters of moisture per day are not enough. For example, some medicines increase the risk of dehydration. These include the diuretic drug and the drug laxantia. If you use these or other medicines that influence the body's moisture balance, it is advisable to contact your GP as soon as it gets hotter. This can provide additional tips to prevent drying out. Drink plenty of water! Give the body what it needs: Water

Heat and nutrition

Although the appetite of extreme heat often decreases, it is important to keep your chilled food well. One of the worst things a senior can encounter in a heat wave is a food poisoning. That leads to diarrhea. The body can then virtually no longer hold moisture, which makes the dehydration hazard very high. Therefore, check products for good shelf life, and discard all the date of expiration. If you get diarrhea, do not wait too long for the doctor to turn on. Water, an essential nutrient.

In nursing homes

If you no longer live at home but in a nursing home, the staff are trained to pay extra attention to warmth. There are special scripts that should be found in the list. Make sure that there is always a drink in the neighborhood so you do not have a moment of thirst. Do not underestimate the dangers of low drinking and drying out! Every summer hot summer weather makes thousands of victims, often even deadly.

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