Every day we come into contact with water because from early morning until about to go to sleep we also use it to clean your face and body. Water also as a reliever when thirsty. Water has become a faithful old friend. It works to nourish and revitalize your body is not foreign, but actually there are many secrets that water benefits may not be realized.
Glass of water during hot weather thirst is a great relief. The doctors also suggested that we consume 8-10 glasses of water every day so that your metabolism running well and normal. We can not be separated from the water because the water is important in our lives.
Approximately 80% of the human body consists of water. Brain and blood are two important organs that have a moisture content above 80%. The brain has a component of water by 90%, while blood has a component of 95% water. At least, we normally need two liters a day, or eight glasses a day. For smokers, this amount shall be increased by half. The water needed to replace the fluid out of the body through urine, sweat, respiration, and secretion.
Quite dangerous for blood if we eat less than eight glasses of water, but the body will balance itself by taking water from the body’s own components, such as from blood. Keep in mind, the lack of water for blood is very dangerous to the body because the blood will be thick, as a result of blood traveling to transport oxygen and nutrients can be disrupted.
Blood is thicker it will also pass through the kidney that functions as a filter or a tool to filter toxins from the blood. The kidneys have a very fine sieve so if you have a thick filter blood, the kidneys have to work extra hard. It could be that the kidney will be damaged and eventually had to undergo dialysis.
It is less influence of water on the blood and kidneys work. What about the brain? Thick blood drive will also be hampered as it passes through the brain. Whereas brain cells quite extravagant in eating food and oxygen carried by the blood so that the function of brain cells is not running optimally and ultimately lead to a stroke.