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Human body is almost 70% made of water. It needs water for every single function it has. Water builds, regulates, cleans, transfers and feeds every cell of the human body.

We all know how important it is to drink proper amounts of water so that the body can function normally. But as we bother to discover what the proper amounts are, we should also state that it is very dangerous for our health to drink too much water, no matter how healthy it is. If you drink excess amounts of water it will cause loss of salt in the body as a result of frequent expelling of liquids. In more serious cases big amounts of water can lead to seizures, coma and death.

If you are filling up your body with too much water it will start showing signs and it is very important for you to stop the habit before you because serious damage to your organism and it is too late.


You carry a water bottle with you all the time?
If you do you are increasing the possibility of overdosing of water. If you constantly give more and more water to your body the amount of salt in your blood may lower which causes swelling of the cells.

Do you drink water when you are not thirsty?
Thirst is actually a sigh of dehydration, but don’t drink water all the time so that you can prevent dehydration. It will be enough if you drink about 8 glasses of water during the day.

Is your urine translucent?
Urine has it natural color but it changes when you give your body too much water. When your body is overdosed with water then the urine becomes translucent.

Do you have the need for frequent urination?

Average adult person has the need to urinate 6-8 times during the day. If this number is bigger or you even need to go to the bathroom during the night then it will be good to lower the amounts of water you drink.

Do you feel nausea and need to vomit?
If you drink too much water your kidneys are not able to filter all that amount of water and you may start to feel symptoms like nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.

Do you have frequent headaches?
Headache is a symptom of dehydration but also of over hydration. When you drink too much water your cells are swelling. Brain cells are also swelling and it causes pressure in the brain and it may cause headaches as well as more serious health complications.

Are your hands swollen?
Swollen hands as well as swollen fingers, lips, feet may be a sigh that you are overdosed with water.

Do you feel muscle weakness or cramps?
When the amount of water in your organism is very high the level of electrolytes will drop. This condition may cause spasm, cramps and muscle weakness.

Are you tired all the time?
When you drink too much water your kidneys work more and faster. This causes stressful hormonal reactions and we feel tired and exhausted.


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