Doctor insights on:
Does Drinking Water Flush Out Sodium In The Body
That depends on dose: That depends on dosage. Optimally fluoridated water (0.7ppm) and/or a little above is perfectly safe and beneficial to our teeth. Dosages between 1.5-3 ppm (naturally found in some water in the midwest) can cause dental fluorosis. Dosages between 3-10 ppm (naturally found in some water in china, india & russia) are dangeruos and can cause skeletal fluorosis. ...Read more
Son is 2y old, still boiling the drinking water for him (although bottled water), in egypt afraid of water even bottled, is okay? Or water loses sodium?
Boiled is safer: Water that has been boiled is safer, because germs and parasites have been cooked. People get their sodium from salt in food. In modern societies, we already eat too much sodium, and therefore need no additional sodium from our water. Other ways to make water safe include using special water filters and adding a specific tiny amount of bleach to partially treated water. ...Read more
Small amounts good: Like many things (vitamin c, iron, oxygen, water), Fluoride in the correct small quantity is safe. It is only toxic when systemic exposure is much higher then the recommended amount. At the correct amount Fluoride makes your tooth enamel more acid resistant and lowers tooth decay. That is why small amounts are in drinking water. In reality you need a lot over a long time to have any problems. ...Read more
Low sodium: Drinking free water will dilute the level of sodium in the serum but only cutting down on adding salt to foods or not drinking soda with high sodium content can decrease the amount you intake. Will not advise increasing free water intake to lower sodium but modifying your diet should do the trick. ...Read more
I took some creatine this morning and my body feels Hot I keep drinking water. I'm also a little nervous and having anxiety?
Not enough info but: Generally speaking, creatine itself is not known to increase body temperature and cause one to feel "hot". If you are taking a product that contains creatine in addition to other supplements, perhaps one or more of the other compounds may be the issue. Furthermore, I would recommend only Creapure creatine monohydrate. Don't fall for all the other creatines with useless bells and whistles. ...Read more
Maintains health: Adequate water consumption is essential for good health. See http://tinyurl. Com/nzkyvc5 for details. You can also get water in the form of coffee, tea, juices and soft drinks, but I STRONGLY advise avoiding soft drinks (one of the worst things you can do for health) and excess juices due to the calories. Pure water should be our main source of fluids though organic herb teas can be a good choice. ...Read more
Dehydrate: If you don`t drink enough water stools get harder, skin dries up, less energy. The kidneys need water so they can eliminate waste products from the body. ...Read more
I've hardly drank much water over the last couple years. How long does it take for the body to recoup after you start drinking water again?
Not long: Assuming you haven't damaged your kidneys (which would be unlikely at your age), there should be no lingering damage from not drinking enough water. But drinking water is a very healthy dietary habit. Keep it up! ...Read more
Not directly...: Our bodies are made up of 66% water. It takes exercise or energy deprivation to burn off fat. You can't drink it away. What the water will do is keep you full, help with digestion and keep you well hydrated. There is no direct evidence of that. There is evidence that states drinking cold water helps you lose weight. Temp needs to be elevated....hence engery is used. ...Read more
Hmm...: Kidney does not have storage of salt. It a filtration organ which selectively filters out bad chemicals, excess metabolites from blood (body). More water will be excreted out by kidney......if you drink excess than daily need. During the process you will loose some electrolytes. ...Read more
Not necessarily but:
It is thought that it is unwise to drink cold water with or shortly after meals as that might interfere with digestion, but warm water may help digestion! 2 glasses of warm water before meals may help with weight loss. See http://www. Naturalnews. Com/033731_digestion_drinking_water. Html & http://www. Fitday. Com/fitness-articles/nutrition/healthy-eating/ice-water-and-digestion. Html
also see comment:. ...Read more
My friend had blood lactate 3.7, after drinking water feels cold chest cavity followed by full body prickles. ER found nothing. What could it be?
Well, the most: Obvious causes of lactic acidosis--severe bleeding, shock, infection, heart failure, CO poisoning, pulmonary embolism--would have been detected by ER. It can be associated with dehydration, severe anemia/leukemia or liver disease (probably also checked by ER), extremely strenuous exercise or overheating, alcohol/antifreeze poisoning, some medicines: INH, metformin. Needs follow-up by his Doc ...Read more
Hyponatremia is: Very uncommon with just an episode of vomiting unless it is very prolonged, and by then most people would have sought medical attention. Heavily salted water can lead to further GI problems and further dehydration. Gatorade, pedilyte and similar preparations are safer and more effective, ...Read more
I like to add a little bit of concentrated lime or lemon juice to my drinking water. Is conc lemin/lime juice bad for my fertility or my body generall?
My throat feels tight and have pain on the right side of my throat when drinking water. Body felt uncomfortable at times. 2 weeks. Not getting better.
At night time I keep getting this feeling like something is stuck in my throat. I've tried gargling salt water, drinking water, and nothing. Any ideas?
- Talk to a doctor online
- Can drinking water help flush out the sugar in your body?
- Does drinking a gallon of water a day flush out a uti?
- Does drinking water flush caffeine out of your system?
- Does potassium flush sodium from the body?
- Can water flush out a uti?
- Cystitis drinking water pee flush
- How to flush out your body?
- Can too much water flush out antibiotic?
- Will drinking water flush out paracetamol