The Importance of the Benefits of Water

The Importance of the Benefits of Water

The benefits of drinking water turned out to be not a trivial affair, as it was not thought by many. The benefits of drinking water are to ward off dehydration of the body, guard the freshness of the skin, protect the nerves and tissues of the body, and support muscles and joints.

Other types of drinks, for example soft drinks, including high sugar and calories to the extent that can increase your weight. Energy drinks that are often chosen as a source of liquid must also be considered, because they contain sugar and caffeine. Likewise with packaged fruit juices, always refer to the product label first before consuming it.
The importance of water

Water that is free of calories and sugar is a very healthy choice for guarding the body while still having enough fluids, while overcoming thirst at any time. In addition, to drink water is also enjoyed by various bodily functions, including:
  • Maintain body fluid levels or ward off dehydration, to the extent that the body does not feel a disturbance in the benefits of digestion and absorption of food, circulation, kidneys, and is urgent in maintaining normal body temperature.
  • Helps give energy to the muscles and lubricates the joints to remain flexible. Fluid imbalance can trigger muscle fatigue.
  • Helps control the body's calorie intake. Drinking water is far better at warding off weight gain compared to drinks that are high in calories.
  • Maintain the freshness of the skin to the point that the skin does not look dry and wrinkled.
  • Protect the spinal cord and sensitive tissues in other bodies.
  • Helps the process of securing food and beverage remnants through sweat, urine and dirt.

What is the Normal Size for Not Lacking Liquid?

The fluid requirements of each person vary. In adults, the recommended consumption of water is for eight glasses measuring 230 ml each day or a total of 2 liters.

Aside from drinks, food can give up fluid intake in the body, which is around 20%. Fluid from food is mainly obtained from fruits and vegetables, for example spinach and watermelon that contain 90% water.

To understand whether the body's fluid weakness, is fairly easy. The initial sign that is commonly experienced when a person has fluid weakness is feeling thirsty and urine is darker than usual.

Different symptoms that may also be experienced when the body is not well hydrated, namely feeling dizzy, headache, mouth, lips, and eyes feel dry, urinating with the amount and intensity that is rare, not enough energy, and fatigue.

No less important, it needs to pay attention to a number of special conditions and activities that create a body so that it requires less water intake than usual, including:
  •     Exercise or be physically active.
  •     Having a fever, diarrhea, or vomiting.
  •     The hottest weather.
    Pregnancy and breastfeeding. Pregnant women are encouraged to consume water for 2.4 liters a day, while women who breastfeed are recommended to consume water for 3.1 liters per day.

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