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Your body is grateful for every drop of Water you take.

Around 60 percent of the body is made up of water, and around 71 percent of the planet’s surface is covered by water. According to: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/290814

In order for life to be possible both plants and animals need water to survive. That is the main reason why there is less life in the desert.

Life is possible on earth because of the sufficient available water. Did you know that 60 percent of our body weight is made up of water. To stay healthy all the cells, organs, and tissues in our bodies make use of water to keep good balance of body temperature and other bodily functions. Regular activities such as breathing, sweating, and digestion play a major role as to why our bodies lose water. So to keep our bodies to rehydrated, it's therefore crucial to drink fluids and eating foods that contain water.

Lets look on how ow water impacts our lives…

MAIN COMPONENT IN SALIVATING CREATION

Water is the main component of saliva. It’s critical for breaking down solid food and keeping your mouth healthy. If you find your mouth is drier than usual, increase your water intake. If that doesn’t work, see your doctor.

IN BODY TEMPERATURE REGULATION

Staying hydrated is critical to maintaining a normal body temperature. Our bodies lose water when we sweat, and in hot environments. Sweat keeps our bodies cool, but our body temperatures will go up if we don’t replenish the water we lose. That lack of water causes dehydration, which in turn causes levels of electrolytes and plasma to drop.


AIDS COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS.

Proper hydration is crucial to staying in good cognitive shape. Research has shown that inadequate water intake can negatively impact our focus, alertness, and short-term memory

IN PROTECTION OF THE TISSUES, SPINAL CORD, AND JOINTS

Water helps lubricate and cushion our joints, spinal cord, and tissues. This helps us to be more physically active, and reduces the discomfort caused by conditions such as arthritis.

INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS OF WASTE EXCRETION IN OUR BODIES SUCH AS PERSPIRATION, URINATION, AND DEFECATION

Our bodies use water to sweat, urinate, and pass healthy bowel movements. We all need water to replenish fluids lost from sweating. We also need water in our systems to have healthy stools and avoid constipation. Drinking enough water helps our kidneys to work more efficiently thus preventing kidney stones.


WATER MAXIMIZES OUR PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE

Keeping hydrated also affects our strength, power, and endurance while involved in extreme activities such as working out, taking part in sports or just being on the move, is essential. 


BOOSTS OUR ENERGY LEVELS

Drinking water boosts our metabolic rate which has a positive impact on our energy levels. Drinking about 500ml amount of water can be a boost of the metabolic rate by 30% for both men and women, one study has found. Excessive exercising in the heat, without staying hydrated, can lead to serious medical complications (death and seizures).

  • Water prevents overall dehydration

Dehydration is comes after the body being deprived of adequate water.

It can be very dangerous


state, since we need water for the successful functioning of many bodily functions. Even leading to fatal consequences. Complications of Severe dehydration includes:

.Swelling in the brain

.Kidney failure

.Seizures


Therefore, it's important to replace what’s lost through sweating, urination, and bowel movements, to avoid dehydration by making drinking adequate amount of water.

THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER.

The environment and climate you live in,.How physically active you are, .And whether you are suffering from an illness, ailment or any other health problems they are some of factors that determine the water you one must drink.

It’s now clear that it is very important to adequate water in your body. Not only will maintaining a recommended daily intake it helps in maintaining both current state of good health and to improve it in the long run.

VERY IMPORTANT

Always carry a water bottle with you wherever you go. Keep taking sips from it as and when you feel the needTrack your water intake. Make sure you consume the optimum amount every day, which is a minimum of half your body weight, in ounces/milligrams drink .


That's according to the article below:

https://www.indiahomehealthcare.com/blogpost/the-importance-of-water-in-our-daily-lives/#:~:text=Our%20bodies%20use%20water%20in,eating%20foods%20that%20contain%20water.

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