Scientific Drinking Water

With the development of society, water shortage and pollution bring serious harm to human beings. Data released by the World Health Organization shows that more than 80% of the diseases in the world today are related to poor water quality. As a result of water pollution, the water carries a large number of toxic and harmful substances to the human body, thus causing acute and chronic poisoning, and even affecting the health of future generations. In addition, carbonated beverages, energy drinks, fruit juice drinks, etc. are becoming more and more common, drinking large quantities of sugary drinks leading to an increasing number of obese children, drinking large quantities of carbonated beverages, some important nutrients (such as vitamin C, vitamin A, folic acid, magnesium and calcium, etc.) intake may be reduced. Therefore, for the sake of their own health and the health of their families, it is necessary to do scientific water.

Ten Elements of Scientific Drinking Water
1. Drink water regularly
Many people drink water only because they feel thirsty, but the physiological response of thirst is not synchronized with the body's state of dehydration. Feel thirsty when drinking water is “passive water”, over time, the body will be in a long-term “potential” state of dehydration. Regular drinking water, is active drinking water, that is, not waiting for the “thirst” on time to drink water, which is conducive to the body's metabolism.
2. Quantitative water.
Healthy adults need about 2500 milliliters of water per day. There are three main sources of water in the human body: drinking water accounts for 50%, 40% of the water contained in food, and 10% of the water produced by metabolism in the body. Adults generally drink 1,500 to 1,700 ml of water per day, and the elderly can control their daily water intake at about 1,500 ml. In the case of sweating in summer, the amount of water can be increased accordingly.
3. Cultivate a correct way of drinking water
Don't drink a lot of water when you are thirsty (more than 500 ml at one time), but drink a small amount of water several times, about 200 ml each time.
4. Establish a drinking schedule
Everyone's physical condition and lifestyle habits are different, so you should make a drinking schedule that suits your situation and stick to it.
5. Drink water early in the morning
Sleeping at night and not drinking water for a long time, coupled with physiological water loss such as the body's visible and hidden sweating and urine formation, resulting in a relative lack of water in the body, so that the blood viscosity increases, slowing down the blood flow, resulting in the accumulation of metabolites in the body. Drinking water early in the morning can be quickly absorbed and utilized by the gastrointestinal tract of the emptying, which helps to reduce blood viscosity, purify the blood, enhance the elasticity of blood vessels, prompting the expansion of blood vessels, accelerate blood circulation, especially conducive to hypertension, cerebral embolism and other diseases. In addition, drinking water early in the morning can also prevent constipation caused by the accumulation of feces.
6. Drinking water 1 hour before meals
Drink a glass of water 1 hour before meals, water can quickly into the blood, supplemented to the whole body, but also can make the digestive organs to secrete a large amount of digestive juices to enhance appetite.
7. Control the temperature of drinking water
Appropriate water temperature will boil water for 3 minutes, to be naturally cooled to 20 ℃ ~ 25 ℃, the temperature is too high or too low water is not suitable for drinking. Scalding water is easy to burn the oral cavity, esophagus and gastric mucosa; ice water is easy to trigger gastrointestinal spasms.
8. Don't drink raw water
Raw water without effective measures to deal with the possible presence of bacteria and organic compounds harmful to human health, so do not drink raw water should be everyone to comply with the guidelines for drinking water safety.
9. Don't drink stale water
Water boiling time or boiled and placed too long, will cause water aging, so that the toxic substances in the water with the extension of time and increase. Drinking stale water often can not only make the blood lose its ability to transmit oxygen, but also has the potential risk of causing cancer. Experiments show that drinking naturally cooled, shelved time not more than 6 hours of boiled water, the most favorable to human health.
10. Do not drink repeatedly boiled water
In the electric water heater repeatedly boiled water nitrate can be transformed into nitrite, heavy metal content in the water will also increase. Long-term consumption of this water will interfere with gastrointestinal function, causing diarrhea, bloating and so on.