Effects of Drinking Water on a Diet | Counseling | Therapy

Effects of Drinking Water on a Diet

Alex , CAS, MSW, ACSW, LCSW — Founder & executive director

Effects of drinking water on a diet: while staying hydrated is important, drinking too much water is unnecessary and can even be medically dangerous. Drinking too much water can cause the level of salt in the body to drop too low, which is a condition called hyponatremia. It can be fatal. To be safe, check with your doctor or a nutritionist about the amount of water you should be consuming daily. The amount of water you need depends on your height, weight, level of physical activity, and climate. For most people 8 glasses of water a day is fine.

* Remember if your pee is yellow, you are not drinking enough water.

* Water a great source of liquid to be drinking (for the average person).

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