Articles for tag: Drinking Too Much, Hyponatremia, Water Intoxication

Too Much Water – a Bad Thing?

I have learned to appreciate drinking water. Certainly I’d drink a lot more water if the ‘ol H20 had some flavor (check out the AC archives for an article) but in terms of overall survival and cleansing your body – yeah I drink it but should probably drink more). But apparently not TOO much more. ...

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Drinking Water: How Much is Too Much?

Most of your body is made of water, the universal solvent that is required for life. But can you drink too much of a good thing? Absolutely! How Much Water Should You Drink Each Day? Everyone has their own personal requirements when it comes to water consumption. The combination of climate, level of activity, metabolism ...

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Signs and Symptoms of Anemia in Children

Iron deficiency anemia is a common problem in children between the ages of 1 to 3 years, and for adolescent girls. Anemia is caused by an inadequate intake of iron through the diet, or by excess blood loss, which can sometimes be seen in menstruating adolescent females. Anemia is caused by having not enough red ...

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Homemade Cures for a Hangover

So, you’ve had a few too many alcoholic drinks and you’re feeling kind of woozy. That’s because, once it’s consumed, alcohol is quickly dispersed into a person’s bloodstream. It then travels throughout the entire body. Drinking too much alcohol can cause slurred speech, blurry vision, difficulty in walking, slow reactions, impaired judgment, and many other ...