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    If we drink more water in summer, will that disturb our regular eating habits ?

    It is the occurring habit in many of us to drink more water especially the cool water during summer and the quench of thirst is repeated time and again and some times we feel like had the meals and would like to skip the regular meals. Our body strength and mind action all based on the food we in take and if we postpone or skip the routine meals due to excess drinking of water during summer, will that have any effect on our health. But on seeing the free water camps on the road side we are bound to drink more water even without known to us ?
  • #634815
    In summer we all will feel more thirsty and we need more water as our body loses water as sweat. So we have to consume more liquids. But it is not advisable to take cold water from the refrigerator. The water can be stored in pots and then can be taken. It is true we will feel that we are full and we don't feel like eating. But if we will not eat in time body will become weak and we will lose energy. Even though we are not hungry we should take food. Otherwise, we will get weaker and we feel like sick.
    It is better to take buttermilk by mixing water and making it very thin. It will help you in reducing your thirsty and you need not consume more water. So it is worth taking one glass of buttermilk after breakfast and one more glass around 3 PM.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #634823
    When we are thirsty & drink water then this makes our stomach full for a while. In between this also removes our hunger which is a condition in which a person, for a sustained period, is unable to eat sufficient food to meet basic nutritional needs.

    The above condition, if persist for long then will also result in weakness in body. In technical terms, drinking too much water can result in water intoxication, also known as hyponatremia, causing the inside of cells to flood due to abnormally low sodium levels in your bloodstream. In severe cases, water intoxication can lead to debilitating health problems such as seizures, coma, and even death.

    Rightly said, that "too much of anything is dangerous for your health".


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