Thursday, August 18, 2016

Less Drinking Cause Obesity to High Blood Pressure

Many of us believe that drinking liquids such as fruit juice, tea, or soda will keep the body hydrated same as if we drink water. In fact, these drinks contain sugar and salt in excessive quantities, then absorbed and excreted by the body with the help of water.

Drinking eight glasses of water every day not only helps prevent dry mouth and throat, but also prevent some diseases.

Although we can survive about a month without food, but we can only survive about a week without water. About 75 percent of our body consists of water, with details as follows:

Blood is composed of 92 percent water
Bone 22 percent consists of water
Muscles 75 percent

Therefore, no wonder if our immune dependent on water.

Dehydration process begins even before we start to feel thirsty. Sipping water throughout the day is the best way to combat thirst.

Drink a glass of water immediately after waking up will help keep blood pressure normal and prepare the digestive process food.

Keeping the body hydrated is very important for heart health. When the body is dehydrated, the blood becomes more viscous and resulted in an increase in blood pressure.

Dehydration can also cause an increase in blood cholesterol. This is the response of the body to prevent water loss from the cells. High cholesterol and high blood pressure can increase the risk of coronary heart disease, heart association says the United States.

Dehydration can also lead to increased risk of obesity, which is associated with type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer.

All of this can be prevented by drinking water before breakfast, lunch, and dinner, according to a 2010 study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association.

Meet the needs of body fluids can also help maintain a healthy weight. Because the drinking water regularly can speed up metabolism, including maintaining good physical health, mental, and emotional health.

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