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Complications of Dehydration
By BlogTeam on 9 December 2014
When we do not drink enough water regularly we become dehydrated. Dehydration occurs when the amount of water that we are losing is more than the amount of water that we are ingesting. The body is around 70% water and we must keep this balance in order for our body to operate at peak performance.Complications of DehydrationMild dehydration may...
Do Not Underestimate the Importance of Water for Your Body
By BlogTeam on 1 December 2014
Many people do not understand why they have to drink water when they do drink so many other liquids. They argue that they are getting fluids into their body so do not see the need for water, but do not underestimate the importance of water for your body.   There is a massive gap in the knowledge about proper hydration, even amongst...
How Your Body Regulates its Water Balance
By BlogTeam on 27 November 2014
It is very important for good health that everyone drinks water regularly in order to stay hydrated and in good health. There is around 70% water in the adult human body, but the body cannot store water, so it is necessary to drink water regularly to replace what has been lost.The body loses water throughout the day through:·   ...
Drink Water to Maintain Your Energy Levels
By BlogTeam on 27 November 2014
Drinking water is not just necessary to slake your thirst, but also to maintain your energy levels. Most people think that drinking water is not that important, but that is exactly the opposite of what is the truth. Drinking water is the only way that the human body can survive and function at optimal levels.What most individuals do not realise is...
Constipation and Drinking Water
By BlogTeam on 26 November 2014
Constipation and drinking water go hand in hand - that is, if you are constipated, you are probably not drinking water often enough or in sufficient quantities.What is Chronic Constipation?Chronic constipation is the inability to pass faecal matter, and it is a digestive problem. Constipation is uncomfortable and can cause cramping. Most...
How Water Can Affect National Security
By BlogTeam on 26 November 2014
Water; a seemingly innocuous, non-descript fluid that holds basically the key to all life on this planet within its make-up. Humans are made up of around 70% water and need to constantly drink water to replace that which is lost in order to remain hydrated and fully functional. Without water we will simply die within a very few days.Water is also...
The Importance of Hydration in Infancy and Childhood
By BlogTeam on 24 November 2014
At birth, the human body contains between 75% and 80% water. This amount decreases during the first year of life and every year thereafter until adulthood. The average adult body contains approximately 70% water; this decreases to between 50% and 60% in the elderly.Infants have higher water content in their bodies, as well as a higher surface area...
The Elderly and the Need for Hydration
By BlogTeam on 24 November 2014
Babies’ bodies consist of around 75 to 80% water; this percentage decreases as we get older. The average adult’s body has approximately 70% water in it, and as we age it drops to around 60% for men and 50% for women.This fluid content is dispersed around the various organs and cells in the body in constant percentages:·    ...

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