Change your water intake time ... this is very important. Information from the cardiologist!
Drinking water is water that is intended for daily unlimited and safe consumption by humans and other living things. The main difference from table water and mineral water is the reduced content of salts (solids), as well as the availability of existing standards for the general composition and properties (SanPiN 184.108.40.2064-01 - for centralized water supply systems and SanPiN 220.127.116.116-02 - for packaged waters in capacity).
The water of many sources of fresh water is unsuitable for drinking by people, as it can serve as a source of the spread of diseases or cause long-term health problems if it does not meet certain standards of water quality. Water that does not harm human health and meets the requirements of current quality standards is called drinking water. If necessary, in order for the water to comply with sanitary and epidemiological standards, it is purified or, formally speaking, “prepared” using water treatment plants.
Drinking regime is the most rational order of water consumption during the day, establishing its volume and frequency, as well as the chemical composition and physical properties of liquids drunk, taking into account the type of human activity, climatic environmental conditions and the state of the body. The correct drinking regime provides normal water-salt metabolism, creates favorable conditions for the life of the body.
Sometimes random information can save a life, therefore it is always better to learn something new than to miss, because it concerns health that needs to be protected. In this article we will talk about how drinking water affects the general condition of the body, including what will happen if you take a glass or two of water at a certain time. Read and you will be surprised, because not many people know this information.
Why do people often have excessive urination at night? The answer from the cardiologist is that gravity holds water in the lower part of your body when you are upright, usually your legs swell during the day. When you lie down and the lower body (legs, etc.) is at the level of the kidneys, this is what makes the kidneys remove water, because it is easier. This is due to the subsequent statement!
I knew earlier that we need a minimum of water to help the body flush out toxins from our body. But what I heard was news to me.
Drinking water at a certain time maximizes its effectiveness in the body!
n 2 glasses of water after waking up - helps to activate internal organs;
n 1 glass of water 30 minutes before meals - promotes digestion ;
n 1 glass of water before taking a bath - helps lower blood pressure;
n 1 glass of water before going to bed - avoids a stroke or heart attack.
n Water during sleep can prevent nightly leg cramps. The leg muscles seek hydration when they cramp and wake us up.
The cardiologist said that if each person tells another 10 people about this, probably not a single life can be saved!