Tips to drink more water. Water shortage already kills in a few days. So you have to drink. But how much do you actually need? What is the recommended daily amount and what does water do to you? And how do you recognize that you need moisture? A person separates an average of two and a half liters per day. So much should also be included. Excretion is done through the large and especially the small message, through perspiration and through the breath, just about in that order. Normally thirst tells you that you need moisture. But some circumstances disrupt that natural drive.
Well known is the 'dehydration' of lonely old people. Diseases or reduced alertness have reduced the survival instinct, and if they are not careful they lose consciousness and life. Even small children lack this feeling of what is needed at a current time to maintain the body. They are so absorbed in play or other situations that they get a shortage at a certain moment. And adults? In warm weather they can also be overcome by thirst and heat, especially people who are less aware of the needs of their bodies. In the office, you may as well become dehydrated: fetch coffee until a stinging headache appears in the course of the afternoon. The desire of the body for simple, fresh water, they have already ignored for too long. You forget natural needs more quickly when you are sitting motionless behind a screen in a poorly ventilated, artificially warm environment.
Some tips to recognize early thirst:
* Go outside, even if only for a short break. Feel your body, then you easily recognize what you need.
* If that is not possible, visit the toilet. Only then do you discover that you 'must', also a way to communicate with your body. Is your urine dark? The surest indication that you should drink. Continue until the urine turns pale yellow again.
* Exchange your coffee and tea with a glass of water. In the old days, people donated standard water to the coffee.
* Moderate your alcohol consumption, especially in warm weather. A glass of beer carries more moisture from your body than it does.
* Peter also pleads for sufficient drinking in the Food Hourglass. Every decade your kidneys go back a few percent. To keep them optimal, drink enough moisture, preferably tea or water, or fruit / vegetable juice. Fruits and vegetables consist of eighty percent water. Dairy also contains a lot of moisture. Be moderate with salt and salty dishes,
About Prestige Water. On average, women consist of 52% of fluid, men of 63% and babies even of 75%. Women have on average more adipose tissue and that does not contain moisture. Our fluid is all over the body: about 65% in cells and tissues, the rest in the spaces between the cells and in the blood. Moisture allows uptake of nutrients in the intestine, transport of food and waste, and regulating body temperature. How much moisture you need depends on age, temperature, effort, your food and your health. Pregnant and lactating women need more than average.
The body releases moisture when the protein, fats and carbohydrates from food turn into energy. This moisture is called oxidation water. Excessive peeing after alcohol is also oxidation water, then you actually pee out your cell fluid. Too much water is rare, only in those who drink extremely much. Kidneys can process 0.7 to 1 liter of water per hour. In case of that 'too much' there is even fluid in the brain. What kind of water to drink.
Based on the biological average of two and a half liters, the Health Council advises that: 70% of all fluids must come from drinks one day. You must drink 1.5 liters per day. You need more if ...
* you drink alcohol. Alcohol is dehydrating. To a lesser extent, coffee, black and green tea do the same.
* you take salt or protein-rich food. You then need extra moisture to get rid of all the salt and degradation products of protein.
* you are sick: vomiting, diarrhea, heavy sweating when fever is a lot of fluid is lost. You have to drink a lot more than usual. It also helps to remove toxins from medicines. In case of severe diarrhea, you also lose a lot of salt. In addition to water, a lot of salt is also important. If you only drink water and do not eat, salt deficiency can occur. Lemon juice in your water - super healthy. This can cause fluid accumulation in the brain and you can lose muscle cells. Moisture is important for all everyone to keep urine production going and thus the disposal of waste products.
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