Benefits of drinking plenty of water

    Benefits of drinking plenty of water
    Benefits of drinking plenty of water

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    The amount of water is estimated at 71% of the earth's surface. It also makes up about 60% of the body and 90% of the blood, and it is considered that the consumption of sufficient amounts of fluids and water do so in various activities. The men's newspaper has about 3.7 liters of women, and it is 2.7 liters long. 

    Benefits of drinking plenty of water

    Drinking water in sufficient quantities is necessary for the body to function. The benefits of water for the body can be summed up as follows:  Improving physical performance of the person: Drinking sufficient amounts of water is important for performing various exercises, especially arduous or debilitating, High temperatures. Therefore, not getting enough water can cause disturbances in the body's ability to regulate body temperature, increase fatigue, and make exercise more difficult. Improve brain function: Hydration of the body is important for the functioning of the brain to its fullest, as loss of fluids or exposure to drought affects the person's mood, concentration, and memory, and increases the frequency of headaches, and the feeling of anxiety and exhaustion.
    Prevention and treatment of headaches: Drought may be responsible for headaches, especially migraine in many people, but there are some studies that claim that the water does not affect the number of times the headache, but the severity and extent of the duration of the headache. Some studies have shown that the lack of water intake is a high risk that increases the chance of young people and elderly constipation. Therefore, it can be said that taking care of water in sufficient quantities helps to prevent constipation, and experts recommend increasing the intake of fluids and water as one of the treatment methods used to alleviate Constipation. 

    Treatment of kidney

     stones:The formation of gravel in the urinary system causes pain in the person, and although some studies claim that drinking water can help prevent recurrence of kidney stones in people who have been exposed to this situation in the past, but these studies lack sufficient evidence that support the results, Other studies have shown that consuming large amounts of fluid increases the amount of urine formed through the kidneys, which in turn reduces the concentration of minerals and thus reduces the probability of crystallization and formation of kidney stones.

    Helping to lose weight

    Water plays a role in reducing weight by increasing the speed of metabolic processes in the human body and giving a sense of satiety. According to studies, drinking water before eating half an hour of meals has a role in giving the person fullness, which reduces the amount of calories a person.

    Maintain skin health:

    It can be said that the drought will make the skin more drier and wrinkles appear, so the intake of sufficient amounts of water contributes to reduce the drought and thus protect the skin from these problems.

    Detoxification of the body

    Water intake can help the body to get rid of waste. For example, toxins from some biological processes in the body are known as hydrogen urea. This compound is soluble in water, so the body can get rid of it by urine when it takes enough water. Water intake helps the body get rid of toxins and waste by sweating, urinating, and defecating.


    Signs of lack of drinking water

    There are a number of signs and symptoms that may indicate that the body does not have enough water, including the following:

    Dry mouth,

    Water is important for moistening the mucous membranes in the mouth and throat by stimulating the production of saliva. In cases where the person does not get enough water, he notices that his tongue becomes sticky in a disturbing way.

    skin dryness,

     The lack of water causes a decrease in the rate of sweating and this in itself reduces the ability of the body to get rid of the outputs of processes and their wastes and oils accumulated in the body.
    Feeling thirsty.

    Dry eyes,

    Lack of access to adequate water causes the tears to dry.
    Feeling of joint pain;
    In fact, water accounts for 80% of cartilage and inter vertebral discs. This protects the bones from injury and damage during movement and activities. Therefore, it is possible to say that lack of sufficient water affects the joints and the ability of the person to perform exercises and activities.

    Decreased muscle mass.


    Feeling tired and tired,

    Not getting enough water affects the amount of blood and oxygen that is pumped into the body, which in itself causes drowsiness, fatigue, and inability to endure.

    Gastrointestinal problems,

    The lack of sufficient amounts of water for the digestive system reduces the amount and quality of mucus in the stomach, which allows the stomach acids to damage the internal parts of the digestive system, which leads to the feeling of burn and indigestion.

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