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How Many Milliliters Of Water Should You Drink A Day
How much beer is safe to drink everyday for a healthy adult in milliliter if it contains 8% alcohol by volume?
Every one...: Should try and consume 2 quarts of water per day. Taking biotin does not change this in either direction. ...Read more
How many glasses of water should you drink a day and what are the effects from not drinking enough water?
Daily water requirem: Normal maintenance fluids reflect the necessity to replace daily water and electrolyte losses from the skin and the respiratory, urinary and gastrointestinal tracts. In adults, this is 2000 - 2400 ml per 24 hours or 8.3 to 10 cups a day. ...Read more
How much water should you drink per day? Some say 64 oz. Some say drink when thirsty--which is it?
When thirsty: The science is clear: healthy persons without certain conditions (such as some kidney diseases) should satisfy thirst and otherwise don't worry about it. The 64 oz (8 glasses) guideline includes all the water that exists naturally in food and drink. Excellent article in today's NY Times: http://www. Nytimes. Com/2015/08/25/upshot/no-you-do-not-have-to-drink-8-glasses-of-water-a-day. Html ...Read more
How much water should you drink in a day? I suffer with headaches and find water helps but I'm always dehydrated and thirsty yet my palms are sweaty
Get checked!: Being constantly thirsty is not normal in most cases. You really need to get checked to see what's causing this. Making sure you don't have diabetes or thyroid problems is important to do! There are other causes, as well, but only getting an evaluation by a doc can sort this out. Then treatment can begin! ...Read more
Drink when thirsty: There is no particular amount of water needed by healthy persons, and no need to keep track of how much you drink. Drink water or other fluids as needed to satisfy your thirst. Otherwise forget it. ...Read more
No harm: A little time consuming but no harm likely as long as your kidneys and heart are working fine. Not sure why you would want to do this however. Are you doing it because your body requires it (you are thirsty all the time?) if so then you might consider that you have diabetes or a rare condition called diabetes insipidus. However if this is just your choice, then you will do no harm. ...Read more
At least: And more depending on your activity level, ambient temperature and especially if you are ill. An adult needs to replace the mininmal 600ml of urine daily loss not to mention water vapor in respiration, perspiration and fecal fluid losses. Drink 3 litres per day, just don't overdo it. ...Read more
If you live here in arizona and work outdoors in the summer, the 3l may not be enough.
Other areas of the country it might be a bit much. If you have normal kidney function you may just spend more time in the rest room, . ...Read more
6-8 glasses of 8 oz: Drink 6-8 glasses of 8oz water each. Now the trend is to "eat" your water. Another wards, eating lots of fruits and veggies that contain high amounts of water may be the way to go because along with getting the water you benefit from the micronutrients, and vitamins and fiber! ...Read more
Depends on size: If you are talking about 8oz cups this would be excessive and possibly dangerous unless you are in an excessively hot environment and sweating a lot. If they are 4oz cups then it would be about right. And of course it would vary depending on some medical conditions that could make it dangerous. Good question for your doctor to make sure it is appropriate for you. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on your health, your activity level and where you live. A rule of thumb is that men 70 kg weight should drink around 3 l per day whereas women same weight should drink2.2 l. ...Read more
Water: While the answer here is yes, it is very hard for an otherwise healthy person to get into trouble. There are some diseases where this can be an obsession and regardless to the physical consequences the person keeps ingesting too much water. If you have this problem please get in to your family doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
How much water is too much depends on your age, and activity, environment, overall health. People with congestive heart failure or kidney disease can get in trouble if they drink water in amounts that normal people can handle safely. Here's a good discussion on "water intoxication." https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Water_intoxication
Here's another easier article: https://tinyurl. Com/y7wd2frv ...Read more
Benefits of hydratio: It keeps your kidneys well flushed and your body well hydrated. If you drink it iced it helps you lose weight. By definition, a calorie (Kilocalorie) is the amount of energy needed to heat 1 liter of water 1°C. Icewater is 0°C. Your body temperature is 37°C. If you drink 2 L of ice water, you force your body to burn 2×37 cal = 74 calories. In 30 days, 2220 calories---you can't pee it out cold! ...Read more
2 gallons or 7 liters is excessive water intake in most cases. If you do not have kidney stones then this much water intake is not recommended. You can develop water toxicity, electrolyte problems, increased blood pressure etc.
2-3 l /day is adequate water intake for most individuals. ...Read more
Probably not: The usual feeling is that 8 cups of liquid per day is sufficient. 24 cups would obligate you to never be far from a bathroom and unless you have an unusual problem with water metabolism, you body will simply eliminate the excess water with an outpouring of diluted urine. If you are doing this as part of a detox regimen, it is doubtful that over 8 cups will add anything. ...Read more
Yes it is: The amount of fluid intake/day depends on many variables which include level of activity, body size, ambient humidity & temperature, amount & type of food intake etc. A marathoner for example must replace fluid lost & so could drink a lot more than 4l/day. A toddler may drink only 0.4l/day. Hydrate when in a hot, dry climate & when thirsty. Too much drinking may deplete the water-soluble vitamins. ...Read more
Same as middle-age: Enough to make/keep urine clear. We used to tell everyone to drink 8 eight ounce glasses a day but there's really no evidence to support that. Your body does a great job at keeping salts & minerals in balance by adjusting to amount of water consumed. Therefore, one way is to drink enough to make/keep urine pale. Dehydration is often signaled by deep dark yellow color. Avoid this as best as possibl ...Read more
If not sick...: A simple equation to help adults figure their fluid needs is that for every pound of body weight, you need about half an ounce of fluid intake per day. for instance, if you weigh 140 lbs., simply multiply 140 by. 5 to estimate your daily fluid needs in ounces, then divide by 8 to estimate your fluid needs in cups per day, rounding up to the nearest full cup. ...Read more
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