Drinking potable water is good for health

A debate turns around what could be the most appropriate quantity of water that is suitable for a healthy body. Studies show different points of view about how much should be the consumption of water responding the daily need of hydrated body. About 95% of students never drink unless they are thirsty though good hydration depends on the quantity and the regular intake of water during the day.

Good hydration is source of healthy body

According to the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, drinking water for an effective hydration affects the students’ performance. Only 5% drink regularly even though they are not thirsty. As a result, only fewer students are concentrated and had good result. The others, those who drink only when they are thirsty had bad performance, headache and are easily exhausted.

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Enough water has good effect to body cells

It proves to be better to provide neuro cells with oxygen by means of hydration process during the exams period. Neuro cells receive the right proportion of blood in order to maintain an alert and responsive brain. Exams period usually took place on May and June, the very moment of high state of alert and concentration in order to cope with the final exams.


Supply body with sufficient quantity of water

After eight hours of study or more, the level of hydration decreases because the body cells use more water as the European Hydration Institute said. Then, the body must be constantly provided with water in the same period as opposed to only when the students are thirsty. This process helps brain working properly. 90% of those students confirm that the only drink water during main meal’s time.

Lack of water may cause health troubles

This Institute confirms also that the body needs to be supplied with water in order to replace the constant loss of water during the day. It is the best manner to avoid low level of dehydration causing many troubles like lack of concentration and tiredness. Dehydration is the result of water loss through perspiration, respiration and urination. This lost quantity of water must be restored in such way to maintain the level of hydration and avoid serious headache or other troubles.