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Why you and your baby should drink water

Water is essential for your body. And so much more than a thirst quencher. Calculate how much water you should drink.Discover all the benefits of water for you and your baby. During pregnancy and after wards.

Water, the most important building block of your body

Your body needs water. You can soak for weeks without food, but not without water. Do you know why? 7 Ways to influence your energy intake.

    Water is more than just a thirst quencher

It fulfills a whole bunch of other important functions in the body, such as:

  •     as a building block of and between the body cells.
  •     as a component of the moisture between the tissues.
  •     as a lubricant in the contraction of the muscles.

Water also ensures that your body temperature remains constant. Your baby is very sensitive to temperature fluctuations and needs water to keep his body temperature constant.

    As an adult you lose about 2.5 liters of water a day

Most of the water leaves your body by peeing, another part is absorbed by your intestines and the rest you lose by sweating and by breathing. You must, of course, also add to what you lose. If you are pregnant, you also need to add a particle for your baby.

    The kidneys separate 50% of the water

The rest of the water in the body disappears through the stool, the skin and the lungs.

Drink plenty of water during your pregnancy

If you are pregnant, drinking water is even more important than usual. Both for you and for your future baby.

    After 25 weeks, a baby has 90% water

The child in your stomach is still developing and you share everything with him. Even at birth, the kidneys and the digestive system are not yet fully mature. During your pregnancy you must therefore pay close attention to what you eat and drink.

    Water renews the amniotic fluid of your baby

At the end of your pregnancy, you have about one liter of amniotic fluid in your stomach. This is completely renewed every three hours by the water that is supplied by your organism. Water as a solution for pregnancy ailments. Drinking water prevents or relieves a lot of pregnancy discomforts:

    Constipation

During your pregnancy your placenta makes large amounts of progesterone. Flue and drinking water. Anti-Colds and drinking water. That hormone slows the intestinal transit. So eat a lot of fiber (fruit and vegetables) and drink a lot of water. That promotes the functioning of your intestines. Did you know that constipation is also the main cause of hemorrhoids during pregnancy? Being pregnant means more risk of inflammation of the urinary tract. Your uterus exerts pressure on the ureters and the urine transport decreases. This gives bacteria more chance. Drinking a lot - and thus peeing - ensures that bacteria are quickly drained.

    Pregnancy edema

Your body will retain more fluid if you are pregnant. Drink as much as possible and opt for low-salt water. This way the moisture disappears faster.


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