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Take Water Seriously! Our Health is Truly Dependent on the Quality and Quantity of the Water We Drink

Water’s ubiquitous nature means that it participates in all the physiological and biochemical processes that are essential to life.

Water Balance Mechanisms

Water Balance Mechanisms in Our Body Several Mechanisms in the Body Work Together to Maintain Water Balance Thirst When your body needs water, nerve centers deep within the brain are stimulated, resulting

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How Much Should You Drink?

How Much Should You Drink? Tips for Staying Hydrated During Exercise, and Throughout Your Busy Day It can be difficult to remember to drink enough water every day, but it is even more difficult to

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Dehydration and Pain

Dehydration and Pain Pain Can be Cured By Drinking Water Before dehydration hurts you irreversibly, when your plum-like cells become prune-like, your body will show its urgent need for water through different types of pain.

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What Kind of Water is Safe to Drink

What Kind of Water is Safe to Drink?   Tap Water Most municipal water is drinkable. The best source of specific information about the water quality in your area is your local water supplier. Water

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What to Drink and What Not to Drink

What to Drink and What Not to Drink Choosing What You Drink is Nearly as Important as How Much You Drink Avoid using sodas/soft drinks to provide your fluid needs. The high sugar

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Water Intake Calculator

Water Intake Calculator A Few Simple Calculations to Assure You are Getting Enough Water/Salt Each Day To better determine how much water you need each day, divide your body weight in half. The answer

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How Do You Know If You Are Dehydrated?

How Do You Know If You Are Dehydrated? Be Alert the Symptoms of Dehydration so You Can Take Steps to Stop It If you are thirsty, it means your cells are already dehydrated. A dry

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