Why is Drinking Water Importance?

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Water or Doctor …..choice is yours.

This blog is very important. So take this on priority to make doctors or diseases away from your life.

Here I am going to share some unbelievable and unknown fact about daily drinking water, which is very important for your body and keep you healthy from all diseases.

Despite how crucial water is; a large number of people fail to consume required levels of water each day. Most people take it granted to drink enough water for body every day.

In fact, it has become the second most popular drink after the soft drink. I believe drinking enough each day is not at the top of many people’s lists of priorities. Around 70 percent of the body is comprised of water and which used during every day of functioning.

Here are important key points about drinking water.

Humans are 70 percent water, and our blood is 90 percent water

There is no universally agreed quantity of water that must be consumed daily.

Water is essential for the kidneys to function.

People are not aware or confusion in about this important questions about water.

Why do we need to drink water?

How much water should we drink?

How does not drinking enough effect the kidneys?

Why do we need to drink water: – All the cell or organ required water to work properly. During every day functioning water is lost by the body, and this needs to be replaced. It is noticeable that we lose water through activities such as sweating and urination, but water is even lost when breathing.

How much water should we drink: – The recommendable of water to be drunk per day different from person to person, depending on factor such how they sweat and how the active. There is no universal rule for that but generally study shows that for man at least 13 cups (3 liters) and for woman 9 cups (2.2 liters).  Many people heard about 8 cup in a day, which is also enough for healthy body.

How does not drinking enough effect the kidneys: – Every day, the kidneys filter around 120-150 quarts of fluid. Of these, approximately 1-2 quarts are removed from the body in the form of urine, and 198 are recovered by the bloodstream. Water is essential for the kidneys to function.

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