• Water deprivation and dehydration can lead to headaches and serve as a trigger for migraines. It can also prolong migraines. Increased water intake reduces the frequency and severity of headaches. To investigate the effects of increased water intake on headaches, a study examined increased water intake and headache symptoms in headache patients. Patients with a history of different types of headache, including migraine and tension headache, were either assigned to a placebo condition (a non-drug
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    As people get older, they lose their thirst sensation and tend to confuse thirst with hunger. So instead of drinking water they eat, and this results in weight gain. Knowing and recognizing the diffe
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    Artificial Sweeteners in Beverages The sweetener sucralose and other artificial sweeteners, used in diet beverages aren’t natural and there are doubts about their safety in light of the increasing nu
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    Water is one of the most important nutrients and is essential in every life stage - infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, breastfeeding, lactation and old age. Every day we lose water through ou
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    The skin of the human body is important in maintaining body water levels and preventing water loss. Skin is comprised of approximately 30% water, which contributes to plumpness, elasticity and resilie
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    Under regular conditions of moderate ambient temperatures (18–20°C) and moderate activity level, the body’s water level remains relatively constant. In other words, over a 24-hour period, the intake a
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