Yash Kaushik

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Are you drinking enough WATER? (Drop queries in comments)

Water or Dihydrogen Monoxide is an essential for the body. Water comprises of 55% weight in adults of total body weight.

Water plays an important role in the human body for all the vital functions such as digestion, absorption of nutrients, transportation of nutrients and excretion of waste products. But generally, people don't pay attention to their daily water intake requirements which can be very harmful to the body. If you are waiting to get thirsty to drink water then that’s a huge mistake because your body is already dehydrated by the time you feel thirsty. So, keep sipping! Importance of water in the human body! ➡️ Digestion, Absorption, and transportation of nutrients ➡️ Excretion of waste products ➡️ Important for hormone production ➡️ Important for the formation of saliva ➡️ Assists cell to grow and reproduce ➡️ Important for optimal performance ➡️ Important for kidney health ➡️ Regulation of body temperature And many more... What happens when you don’t complete your daily needs? (Dehydration) ➡️ Drop in the energy levels and a decrease in performance ➡️ Mood swings, anxiety, fatigue, etc. ➡️ Digestion problems most likely constipation ➡️ Improper kidney functioning ➡️ Headaches ➡️ Dry skin and wrinkles etc. 👉 How much is enough? Different institutions refer different water intake for both men and women but a good range for adequate water intake for a person who exercises or is involved in any type of physical activity should have 5 - 7 liters of water per day. Going above the limit is also fine. If you are not in a habit of drinking this much water then I would advise you to increase gradually. Once the body adapts it will be easy to complete the daily need. Yash Kaushik SQUATS Consultant

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