Water Role in Our Life

Role of Pure Water In Everyones Life

Next to oxygen, water is the most essential element that human beings needs. In fact, no human being can survive longer than one week without water. This is because water plays a key for every single cell and organ system in the human body to function in a proper manner.

 

Next to oxygen, water is the most essential element that human beings needs. In fact, no human being can survive longer than one week without water. This is because water plays a key for every single cell and organ system in the human body to function in a proper manner.

pastedGraphic.png

 

Water Needs:-

Water makes up greater than two third of human body weight as brain is made of 75% water, blood is made of 83% water, bones are made of 22% water, muscles are made of 75% water, and the lungs are made of 90% water. Water is important as:

It helps to eliminate the waste products accumulated on the body through the kidneys.

It regulates body temperature.

It works as a lubricant by forming the fluids that surround joints and bones.

It prevents and alleviates constipation by moving food particles through the intestines and eliminating waste products through the kidneys.

It helps the body to absorb nutrients.

It plays a key role in regulating body metabolism.

It forms saliva which is very necessary for proper digestion.

It helps to carry nutrients and oxygen to all cells in the body and facilitates all of the chemical processes which occur in the body.

It can also help in weight management as by drinking water you can avoid overeating.

It helps to maintain the muscle tone and help to reduce muscle fatigue and soreness during exercise.

It also helps to keep your skin looking good and keep it free from wrinkles and other anti-aging signs.

Less water consumption means more health problems

It also plays a key role in the prevention of various diseases such as colon cancer, bladder cancer, and indigestion and so on.

When the body does not get enough water, then it can cause various health problems. For instance it can cause dehydration, daytime fatigue, excess thirst, fuzzy memory, and nausea.

Water body needs? 

When your water intake in not ample, you can become dehydrated. The body loses water through perspiration, waste removal, and other functions. The lost water must be replaced by drinking more water. Your body requires a lot of water every day and that is why health experts recommend drinking eight to ten glasses of water daily. This is a minimum requirement but those who do vigorous exercise or play sports, spend too much time in the sun or suffering from health problems should drink more water. This is a minimum requirement but those who do vigorous exercise or play sports, spend too much time in the sun or suffering from health problems should drink more water.

Tips on Drinking More Water:

You may need to modify water intake depending on how active you are, the climate, how healthy you are and so on. When the body does not get enough water, then it can cause various health problems. For instance it can cause dehydration, daytime fatigue, excess thirst, and nausea.
If you think you need to be drinking more, here are some tips to increase your water intake:

Start your day off by drinking 1-2 glasses of water every morning.

Drink a glass of water with each meal and between each meal.

Carry a water bottle with you whenever you need to go outside for a longer period of time.

Drink water before you actual feel thirsty to avoid mildly dehydrated.

Drink a few glasses of water before exercising, and drink several ounces of water frequently during your workout.

Drink water before, during and after exercise as during this time the body loses more water.

Drink pure water; tap water or bottled water is OK.

Along with water you must also consume foods that have high water content. High water content food products will add to your hydration.

Avoid fruit and vegetable juices having high sugar content.

Any kind of beverages that have artificial sweeteners should be avoided.

Caffeine drinks has a diuretic effect and so for every cup of coffee, you need to consume an additional cup of plain water to counteract this effect.

Limit the consumption of alcoholic beverages as it can cause dehydration.

Choose beverages you enjoy as this way you are likely to drink more liquids if you like the way they taste.

To conclude, without water, you cannot survive for more than a few days. So, be sure to drink some enough water to enjoy a better and healthy life.

 

Why Water Needs 

Water makes up greater than two third of human body weight as brain is made of 75% water, blood is made of 83% water, bones are made of 22% water, muscles are made of 75% water, and the lungs are made of 90% water. Water is important as:

It helps to eliminate the waste products accumulated on the body through the kidneys.

It regulates body temperature.

It works as a lubricant by forming the fluids that surround joints and bones.

It prevents and alleviates constipation by moving food particles through the intestines and eliminating waste products through the kidneys.

It helps the body to absorb nutrients.

It plays a key role in regulating body metabolism.

It forms saliva which is very necessary for proper digestion.

It helps to carry nutrients and oxygen to all cells in the body and facilitates all of the chemical processes which occur in the body.

It can also help in weight management as by drinking water you can avoid overeating.

It helps to maintain the muscle tone and help to reduce muscle fatigue and soreness during exercise.

It also helps to keep your skin looking good and keep it free from wrinkles and other anti-aging signs.

Less water consumption means more health problems
It also plays a key role in the prevention of various diseases such as colon cancer, bladder cancer, and indigestion and so on.

When the body does not get enough water, then it can cause various health problems. For instance it can cause dehydration, daytime fatigue, excess thirst, fuzzy memory, and nausea.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s