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What are the effects of water in the body ?

Water makes up about 70% of the human body, so it is essential for its proper functioning.

Indeed, water feeds all our organs, it even makes up 80%... lire la suite

What are the effects of water in the body ?

Water makes up about 70% of the human body, so it is essential for its proper functioning.

Indeed, water feeds all our organs, it even makes up 80% of our brain. Too little water consumption has harmful consequences on the body, which no longer functions as well. Feeling thirsty and dry skin aren't the only inconveniences your body will experience from lack of hydration. In the longer term, you will suffer from chronic fatigue, kidney problems, brain damage, kidney stones, etc.

So to avoid getting to this point, we present in this video the noticeable effects of good hydration.

From a purely cosmetic point of view, drinking regularly in good quantity promotes hydration of cells, including those of the face. The complexion is therefore better.

Good hydration improves cell renewal and the elimination of toxins, so the body is healthier.

Drinking water also improves digestion.

Sweating regulates the temperature of the human body. But when you sweat, you lose water. To continue to sweat properly and, therefore, to effectively regulate your body temperature, you must drink enough water.

Many headaches are caused by poor hydration, so drinking plenty of water helps prevent many headaches.

For your health, you should drink between 1.5 and 2 liters of water per day.

Hydration is a particularly important subject in the elderly, you can watch our videos on this issue: What are the causes of dehydration in the elderly? and What are the signs of dehydration in the elderly?