How Much Water Should You Drink Daily?
The calculator will calculate how much water you should consume to supplement your daily requirement.
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In an adult, the daily requirement for water from all its sources is usually 2500 ml, i.e. about 1 ml for each kcal of food consumed. This generally means that in order to maintain the water balance, approximately 1,500 - 2,500 ml of water should be administered as drinks. Solid foods are also a source of water; some products contain a lot of it (95% cucumbers, 94% lettuce, 94% tomatoes, 92% radishes, 87% milk, 85% apples, 85% pears, 79% plums, 75% boiled potatoes, 72% boiled eggs, cooked rice 72%, liver 68%, canned sardines 52%, cooked ham 51%).
The feeling of thirst, as a rule, lags behind the body's need for water. The length of time between the onset of thirst and taking the appropriate action to drink, drink a glass of drink, digest it, metabolize it, and replenish the body's water needs is long enough to risk becoming dehydrated. The loss of 3% of water causes fatigue, headache, dizziness, overheating of the body, greater - stopping sweating and heat stroke. With a loss of 10% of water, dehydration is life threatening. Severe vomiting and diarrhea are a direct threat to life.
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