Do We Really Need 8 Glasses Of Water Every Day?

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Everybody used to listen that we need 8 glasses of water every day but is it true? so let’s find out we
have scientific study and reasons in this video so let’s find out you only need few minutes to find out so
let’s begin.

Among the most important medical interventions that exist today and the most popular prescriptions in the world- is “saltwater”. Put nine grams of salt into a sterile liter of water, and this is multibillion-
dollar product is known as “saline”. It’s injected into most patients who are admitted to most hospitals.

What does not come through our mouths goes directly into our bloodstreams.

For saline global demand has always been great indeed and that is why there has always been
“potential” of its shortage.
Amid the ongoing shortage of these expensive bags of saltwater, the American Society of Health-System
Pharmacists made the novel recommendation that, whenever possible, medical facilities use “Oral
hydration”. That is . of course, medical jargon for “drinking”.
While most doctors are intensely trained in the art of hydrating people via the vein, the question of
how best to drink is somehow open to interpretation.
Inside hospitals, hydration is a serious priority. Doctors calibrate sodium concentrations and calculate precise rates at which the bag drips into our veins. Outside of hospitals, there is chaos. We hydrate
based on how beverage companies see fit to implicate our kidneys in our quests to purchase purity and
happiness.
Now the question arises, how, then should one drink?

You must hear or make hear:
“Drink more water”

But do you know about any recommended water quota?
While saying only that more water is better isn’t likely to cause health problems directly, it causes them by omission. It also perpetuates a long-held misunderstanding about how hydration works. It’s a misconception that we may find annoys hydration experts when it doesn’t infuriate them.

Our bean-shaped kidneys keep the body’s electrolyte levels constant by excreting water, electrolytes and nitrogen. The varying concentrations are reflected in urine color, and indeed urine color (and taste)
has for centuries served as a proxy for human health.

“Light yellow means you are hydrated;
Bright yellow means you are dehydrated;
And dark yellow like apple juice means you are really dehydrated.”
H2O is a chemical added to our bodily equations just like anything else. There is no reason to hold it
apart, as many of us have been taught to do, and think that more is always better.

Beware!
Even water can be deadly in the right doses.
If you have ever tasted blood then you know it’s salty. The concentration of that salt is among the most important numbers in our bodies. Hydration is not a story of giving the body water; it is a story of giving
the body the materials it requires to keep itself in balance.
For all that we eat and drink and sweat and urinate, our kidneys do a phenomenal job of that. Kidneys can almost always manage to keep our blood sodium levels at 140 millimoles of sodium per liter of plasma. Keeping that concentration from getting too high or too low is the core tenet of hydration, and thus life.
when you sweat out a lot or drink too much water, sodium levels in our blood begin to fall. This can lead
to the dangerous condition called hyponatremia, heralded by lethargy, restlessness, confusion,
drowsiness- even seizures and death in severe cases.
If a person drinks enough to dilute the level of sodium in their blood, this causes the cells of the brain to swell. In the process, water intoxication can mimic psychosis or bipolar disorder.

So always keep in mind we do not need more but enough to get balance only. Always drink simple and
balance.

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