Drinking The Right Amount And Quality Of Water

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Published on February 17, 2014

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Drinking water is essential to our health. Water is our principal chemical component and makes up about sixty percent of our body weight. In other words, every system in our body depends on water. To learn more about how to make structured water, click here: http://www.natureconsensus.com

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O ur body is made of 60% percent water, and we lose about eight cups of water a day from breathing, sweating, and bathroom breaks. Having said such, it is important that we keep ourselves hydrated. If we don’t take the right amount of fluids every day, our body will not function properly. Unfortunately, many adults simply do not meet ideal hydration requirements and this can cause mild, yet persistent dehydration. If you get very dehydrated, like when you sweat a lot but don’t replace the lost fluid, your body no longer has enough fluid to get blood to your organs. This can be dangerous. How much water do I need? Although the general recommendation is to drink eight glasses of water a day, this may not be the same for everyone. Some may need more than eight glasses while others will need less depending on how healthy they are, how much they exercise, and how hot and dry the climate is where they live. If you exercise intensely, especially in a hot climate or are pregnant and breast feeding, you may need to drink more water than usual. You may also need to consume more water when you are down with the flu or if you are suffering from urinary tract infection. The easiest way to know if you are drinking enough water is by looking at the color of your urine. If you are consuming the right amount of water, you urine will be clear or pale yellow. If your pee has a darker yellow color, you aren’t getting enough water. You can learn more about how to make structured water here. Drinking too much water can also become a problem. But it is rare for anyone to drink too much water. The risk is highest for people who are into endurance sports. If one drinks too much water, the sodium in the body gets diluted, and this imbalance can result to confusion, seizures, and coma. If you have health problems, make sure to talk to your doctor before increasing the amount of water natureconsensus.com Page 1

you consume. People with kidney problems and heart failure often have a set limit of fluids they can take per day. Is quality as important as quantity? Yes, it is. This is why many people drink and make structured water, which is water that has been purified through vibration in order to neutralize toxins. Unlike regular tap or bottled water, structured water is believed to enter cells much more efficiently. It is also believed to strengthen the immunity system and improve your overall health. Water in nature is typically structured and it achieves this liquid crystalline form as it runs over rocks. There are structured water devices nowadays that emulate this process. natureconsensus.com Page 2

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