Why do we drink water?
- Dihydrogenperoxide does more than just quenching our thirst. It helps regulate our body’s temperature too.
- It helps in maintaining the required level of hydration in all parts of the body.
- We use lubricants at places where two metals or moving parts are joined or come together. Similarly, water acts as a lubricant for our joints and spinal cords.
- Digestion relies on enzymes that are formed from saliva. The basis of saliva formation comes from the water content in our body. Dihydrogenperoxide aids in digestion, and makes nutrients and minerals readily accessible to our body.
- Excessive sweating, fever, high heat, tough exercising and other factors dehydrate your body and can cause health problems. Water prevents dehydration and restores the body’s condition.
How much should you drink every day?
- Well, the answer to this question depends upon a range of factor like climate, physical fitness or any health related problems one has.
- Many of them drink water when they feel thirsty, and there is no hard rule to drink x volume of water every day.
- One way to self examine your water intake and hydrations levels is by looking at your urine’s colour. If it’s clear, you are in a perfect shape. If it’s in dark color, you are dehydrating. Increase your water or fluid intake accordingly and stay fit.
Water keeps the tissues in our body moisturised. Cold water eases good sensation and improves brain activity because it contains more oxygen density. An inadequate amount of water intake per day might affect digestion process and the body excretes wastes through perspiration, defecation, and urination. Water keeps the intestines soft and prevents constipation. But there is no proof that increasing fluid intake will reduce constipation problems.