Water

Do you know that the average human adult continually looses water on a daily basis? This can be between 2.5 to 3 litres every day. All of this is lost through normal everyday body functions like sweat, urine, breathing and digestion. This is why you need to constantly replace water and stay hydrated to sustain a healthy body. 

It is also important to drink it often even sometimes without needing to feel thirsty. This is because the human body is already extremely dehydrated by the time you feel thirsty. Thirst is typically an indicator that you have lost between 0.8% to 2% of your body weight in water. 

Your body also makes use of water in its organs, cells and tissues. It uses hydration to help regulate temperature as well as helping you to maintain your other bodily functions. The good news is that you don’t have to just drink fluids but can also get hydrated through foods too. As there are many fruits and vegetables which are over 90% water. 

The amount of hydration that you need on a daily basis depends on lots of different factors. This includes things like the climate you live in, your level of physical activity and even things like whether you are experiencing illness.

Water is the most important natural resource to life (second only to air). The articles below provide you with everything you need to know about the magical H2O life giving blue liquid.