During everyday functioning, water is lost by the body, and this needs (emphasized) to be replaced. We notice that we lose water through activities such as sweating and urination, but water is lost even when breathing and while we sleep.
My Take on Fizzy Drinks
Sometimes a nice effervescent beverage is what you crave, but did you ever stop to wonder why? Aside from the novelty, there could be a deeper meaning behind this craving.
What your body really wants is Hydration.
It could be that you’ve associated the fuzzy feeling on your lips with fluid intake, and your body is drawn to these beverages because it is seeking hydration. But these drinks are usually full of sugar, caffeine, and other chemicals, and can have a dehydrating effect.
Here’s How To Stay healthy
Opt for mineral water instead, as it contains minerals that can help you instead of acting to deplete the minerals you have. Better yet, simply drinks distilled or spring water when you find yourself craving a soda or cola. If the desire is still there hours later then you know it’s not due to dehydration and you might want to let yourself satisfy the craving once in awhile.
Keeping hydrated is crucial for health and well-being, but many people do not consume enough fluids each day.
Perhaps it is the ubiquitous nature of water that means drinking enough each day is not at the top of many people’s lists of priorities.
Fast facts on drinking water
Possible benefits of drinking water range from keeping the kidneys healthy to losing weight.
To function properly, all the cells and organs of the body need water.
Here are some reasons our body needs water:
Cartilage, found in joints and the disks of the spine, contains around 80 percent water. Long-term dehydration can reduce the joints’ shock-absorbing ability, leading to joint pain.
Saliva helps us digest our food and keeps the mouth, nose, and eyes moist. This prevents friction and damage. Drinking water also keeps the mouth clean.
Blood is more than 90 percent water, and blood carries oxygen to different parts of the body. — HELLO ANTI AGING 101
With dehydration, the skin can become more vulnerable to skin disorders and premature wrinkling.
Dehydration can affect brain structure and function. It is also involved in the production of hormones and neurotransmitters. Prolonged dehydration can lead to problems with cognitive functions such as thinking and reasoning.
Water that is stored in the middle layers of the skin comes to the skin’s surface as sweat when the body heats up. As it evaporates, it cools the body. In sport.
Water is needed in the processes of sweating and removal of urine and feces.- toxins that were ready to be pooped out are reentered into our bods— PURE NO BUENO.
A lack of water can cause blood to become thicker, increasing blood pressure.— WHO’s LISTENING TO THIS???
When dehydrated, airways are restricted by the body in an effort to minimize water loss. This can make asthma and allergies worse.
These dissolve in water, which makes it possible for them to reach different parts of the body.
The kidneys regulate fluid in the body. Insufficient water can lead to kidney stones and other problems.
Dehydration during exercise may hinder performance. Some scientists have proposed that consuming more water might enhance performance during strenuous activity. More research is needed to confirm this, but one review found that dehydration reduces performance in activities lasting longer than 30 minutes.
Water may also help with weight loss, if it is consumed instead of sweetened juices and sodas. “Preloading” with water before meals can help prevent overeating by creating a sense of fullness.
When partying, unsweetened soda water with ice and lemon alternated with alcoholic drinks can help prevent overconsumption of alcohol.