Although from all sides appeal to the introduction of fluid is very important, especially in the summer when the temperatures are high, take care not to overdo it. Experts have found that there is a risk of excessive fluid intake, which can lead to hyponatremia.
Hyponatremia is an electrolyte disorder which is characterized by a decreased concentration of sodium in the blood of humans. Hyponatremia performances with increased water intake, and symptoms include nausea, vomiting, loss of consciousness, and was recorded and death.
The most common mistakes that people make is that they reach for a bottle of water in the moments when they don’t feel thirsty, it is wrong and should not be doing. The body sends the brain signals alone when you feel the need for fluid intake and should be to listen to your body and to drink fluids only when you experience desire.
Experts note that if you are dehydrated, more easily is to recover and replace the water in the body, than if you overdo the intake of liquids. When the body is brought too fluid, the body is unable to excrete excess water, so that the blood becomes diluted and the cells swell in the body which can be very dangerous.
Experts note that the optimal intake of fluids in the body individually and depends on many factors such as age, body weight, geographical location, but the average norm is about eight glasses of water a day.
It should be borne in mind that the foods we eat during the day also contain a certain amount of water, and so on what we eat during the day will depend on how much water is needed. Through other beverages such as coffee, milk, juices, soft drinks, also consume water, but also through food, such as soup, fruit, green vegetables and long.