#water #health #weightloss Audio is available on maximum plateforms Water is very valuable for our life.But how to drink it is having trick.We should not drink water in standing posture. We should not drink it in single stretch.We should use hot,lukewarm water.Sometimes you can use Detox water also.It is reducing weight also. Listen to the […]#134:P08::पानी को कैसे पिएँ, How to drink water
- Your body is about 70% water, and drinking enough of it is vital for optimal health (1). …
- Understand your fluid needs. …
- Set a daily goal. …
- Keep a reusable water bottle with you. …
- Set reminders. …
- Replace other drinks with water. …
- Drink one glass of water before each meal. …
- Get a water filter.
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What is the right way to drink water?
Water is also very important for various reasons for our body. Our body is basically made up of 50-70% water.
Some facts about the water content in our body:
- Blood – contains 83% water
- Lean muscles – are made up of 75% water
- Bones – are made up of 22% water
- Brain – contains 74% water
Water is required by all the organs in are body to hydrate the cells and tissues that the organs are made up of. Water helps regulate the body temperature.
Water consumed is used up during the various processes of the body like breathing, sweating, absorption of minerals and nutrients, etc.
Rehydrating the body is very important for the normal functioning of the entire body.
How much water should one drink each day, to meet the body’s requirement of hydration?
As per research, the daily intake is as follows:
- Men – 2.5 litres per day
- Women – 2 litres per day
As per Ayurveda, there are many small rules to be followed for intake of water.
Ayurveda recommends water at room temperature or hot only.
Ice-cold water is never recommended. The logic is that the ice-cold will put out the digestive fire and cause disturbances in the digestion process itself.
Let’s look at some of the guidelines that Ayurveda lays out regarding water intake.
- Water should always be consumed while one is seated than standing. This helps in proper and efficient absorption and distribution of the water consumed
- Water should be consumed in small sips and not gulped down in big volumes in one breath, as it helps in preventing dilution of the blood, gastric juices
- Always drink warm water or room temperature water and not ice cold water. Having cold water will cause many health issues in the long run. It will disturb digestion and will also cause severe constipation, heart issues, kidney failure
- Drink water whenever you feel thirsty. Your daily intake of water will be fulfilled if you have sufficient water whenever your body asks for it. Stop when you feel satisfied and your thirst has died down
- The colour of your urine will indicate if you are sufficiently hydrated or not. If it is dark yellow it means you need to drink a lot of water to hydrate your body. If the body is sufficiently hydrated, the colour of the urine will be fairly clear or light yellow.
- The lips will also become dry and chapped, if the body is not sufficiently hydrated
- It is beneficial to have a gap of around 45 minutes between food and water intake. If one is thirsty immediately after food, the following can be had
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The 7 Best Times to Drink Water
Boost your mood, support your weight, and sharpen your focus by knowing when and how much to hydrate.Medically Reviewed
If one of your goals is to drink more water, you’re on your way to a healthier body. “Every cell in our body requires water. Water is critical for the function of your digestion, heart, lungs, and brain,” says Sarah Krieger, a registered dietitian nutritionist in St. Petersburg, Florida.
There are many guidelines about how much to drink. Krieger instructs clients to take their body weight in pounds (lb), divide this number in half, and drink that many ounces (oz) in fluids, including water, each day. (If you are 140 lb, that’s 70 oz of fluids, which is the equivalent of almost nine cups of fluids.) That also depends on your activity level, if you’re out in the heat, or if you’re pregnant, nursing, or ill — all factors that require you to increase hydration. Similarly, water intake recommendations from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine suggest men drink at least 13 (8 oz) cups of fluids per day and that women aim for 9 (8 oz) cups of fluids or more.
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Regardless of your hydration goal, drink consistently throughout the day. Here are seven times when sipping is a smart move to make:
1. When You Wake Up, Consume One to Two Cups of Water
Rather than a bleary-eyed reach for the coffee, drink one to two cups of water first. Because you don’t drink while you’re sleeping, you wake up already dehydrated, explains Krieger. Having water now can get you back up to your baseline. This can also help if you take medication in the morning. Then, yes, go get your coffee. The good news is that it counts as fluid, too, and, although it is a caffeinated drink, which tends to be dehydrating, moderate amounts of java are not dehydrating, according to a small, previous study in 50 men. (Still, coffee is not a replacement for water.)MOST HELPFUL