Water makes up more than 60% of your body mass and is an essential component for building and keeping all cells and tissues working properly. Maintaining the balance of water amounts in the body is important for the functioning of the various organs of the body and the continuation of vital functions. The body maintains a healthy state of fluids by achieving a balance between the amount of water entering the body and the amount of water lost by the body. The body loses on a daily basis about 2.5 liters of water, the bulk of which is excreted through the urinary system, while the rest is excreted through the digestive system and sweating. To maintain this balance, the body must get an amount equal to the amount it loses, so it is important to drink enough water every day.
There is no set amount of water that you should drink on a daily basis, but the amount of water need varies from one person to another depending on a number of factors, these factors mainly include:
In general, the amount of water an adult needs per day is:
Water contributes to all vital processes in the body, including the production and consumption of energy, muscle contraction, digestion, excretion, respiration, circulation, heart function, and other functions. Drinking water frequently has a number of benefits, including:
It is very rare for you to get damaged by drinking too much water. When you drink more water than the body needs, the fluid regulating mechanisms in the body increase the excretion of water by the kidneys. Drinking too much water may only be a problem in people with advanced kidney failure or severe heart failure because the body can't get rid of excess fluid.
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