Monday, 20 March 2017

Why do people need to drink water??

Why do People Need to Drink Water??

I bet that you thought that water was just for keeping yourself hydrated. Well No!! There are a lot of things that water does to your body, rather than just keeping you hydrated. So, I am now going to explain why drinking water is so important to us human beings.

Drinking water helps us survive. It keeps us hydrated. The minimum amount of water you should be drinking a day is at least 6 cups of water. Your body is approximately 60 percent water, your brain is 70 percent water, and your lungs are nearly 90 percent water. If you do not drink enough water each day and become dehydrated, you could suffer from headaches, stomachaches, collapsing and you could even possibly become delusional. Water is more important than food. You could survive approximately 1 week without water, but you could survive at least a month without food.

Water also keeps our skin and digestive system healthy. When you drink water and you swallow it, you might not know that it goes around your body cleaning up all of the toxins inside your body. When you wash/shower with soap and water, you are cleaning all of the bacteria and germs off of your body.

There’s nothing like a glass of cool, clear water to quench your thirst! But the next time you turn on the tap, you might want to question whether that water is in fact, too toxic to drink. If your water is fluoridated, the answer is likely yes. For decades, we have been told a lie; a lie that has led to the deaths of millions of Americans and weakened the immune system of tens of millions more. You must check just in case. But other than that water is good to drink every day.

So, now you know. Water is very important to our human bodies. We should be drinking at least 8 cups a day. That is the least amount. So, Water is the most important thing that your body needs. Water is even more important than food. Like, I said at the beginning. Water is more important than food. You can live without food, but not water.

Find out more about water on my blog. Atareita @ Pt England School

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