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Drinking Water Does Not Forever Make Us Healthy, Really ...?

Written By Hanny Melissa on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 | Wednesday, March 21, 2018

White Water Benefits For health is very much, water can be used to treat various dangerous diseases or prevent the occurrence of unwanted diseases.

But the wrong habit in consuming water instead of keeping kidney function healthy, it worsens the kidney function.

Association of Indonesian Nephrology Aida Lydia said, people should not be too excessive drinking water. According to him, the right way is to supply the water supply as needed and the activity, because if too much, the intake of water will actually trigger kidney disease. "A lot of drinking water can cause electrolyte disorders in the blood. Then the levels of sodium and potassium in the blood decreases, while the fluid content increases in body, body cells so swell ". Aida said at the commemoration of World Kidney Day in Jakarta

The enlargement of the body's cells, occurs because a lot of sodium is dissolved and disappears from the body. In fact, sodium duty to bind water. As a result the blood volume is reduced to make the blood pressure decreased, then the heart beat raced stronger.


Still said Aida, Kidney work will also be more severe because it must filter the excess fluid. It is feared that the glomerulus of the kidneys is not strong enough to perform filtration functions. The impact can cause interference with the kidneys. "Drinking water makes the kidneys healthy, but not literally. Just enough, do not much. Do not also less, just fit the needs of the body ". Obviously Aida

During this time we hear the suggestion to drink water at least eight glasses a day. However, there is new news that the rule does not apply to everyone. This is revealed from a research conducted by researchers at Monash University Australia. In research in 2016, researchers say the dose is enough and whether or not one person's water consumption is as simple as listening to our own body.

It sounds abstract, but the researcher has an argument. When a person does not need to drink anymore, physically he will find it hard to swallow. So, knowing whether or not enough water consumption can be done by listening to the throat alone. This practical mechanism also reinforces the fact that everyone's water needs are different. "If we do what our bodies need, we may do it right, drink as needed and not based on complicated schedules." The researchers say from Monash (Michael Farrell)

Farell in his research, asked 20 participants to assess the effort required to drink water in two conditions, that is in the condition after exercising when they are thirsty, and when they are persuaded to drink excess water. And the team found that there was a threefold increase in swallowing efforts after people drank too much water. This indicates if the body regulates how much water is consumed making the throat more difficult to drink. "Here, for the first time, we found an attempt to swallow, after drinking excess water, according to the notion that the swallowing reflex is impeded after drinking enough water." Light He


The team also used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure activity in the brain just before people drank water and when they drank too much. From there, researchers can understand how the body controls fluid intake and hopes that these findings can help people make better drinking choices.

However, that does not mean drinking eight glasses a day is bad for someone. For, some people may need more than that, and some others need less, such as parents. They are generally often not enough to drink so still have to pay attention to fluid intake.

Conversely, people who drink too much can experience water intoxication or hyponatremia. The condition causes the level of sodium in the bloodstream to be very low and can cause fatigue, nausea, convulsions, coma, and even death. "There are cases when marathon athletes are told to drink water, and die from following this recommendation by drinking far beyond the needs". Light Farrell

The most important thing to make the body hydrated, is by listening to your body. This study has been published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The author here just launched again for the sake of our health together, hopefully with the fact that research can stop our bad habits so far. May be useful...


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