June 15, 2021


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Drinking more water than needed can lead to death!

Another name for water is life. No animal can survive without water. Our body is made up of 70 percent water. Water supplies nutrients to the body’s cells, removes toxins from the body and helps keep the body dehydrated. However a certain amount of water should be watered by everyone. Drinking more water than necessary can cause many problems. Even drinking too much water causes many complications in the body.

How much more water to drink?

Now the question may be how much water to drink. How much water a person consumes or is safe for depends on a person’s physical condition, age and lifestyle.

How much water does the kidneys excrete?

There is no substitute for drinking water to keep the kidneys healthy. However, even if you drink more water, the kidneys excrete the same as before. 1 liter of water is excreted from the kidneys every hour.

Reaction to drinking too much water

Hyponatremia occurs when drinking 3 to 4 liters of water in a short time. As a result, the concentration of sodium in the blood decreases. In addition, drinking more water becomes a habit and the tendency to drink water increases.

What happens when sodium is reduced?

If the amount of sodium is too low, there may be sudden bleeding in the brain. And bleeding can lead to subsequent coma and even death.

How much water should be consumed:

Everyone should drink 2 to 3 liters of water every day to keep the normal functioning of the body.
The High Court has issued a rule asking why the election of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI), the country’s top business body, should not be ordered to be stopped during the lockdown.

At the same time, the petition filed with the concerned authorities on April 14 to stop the election has been asked to be disposed of within seven days.

Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Sardar Mohammad on Tuesday (April 20) heard a writ petition filed by a voter challenging the validity of the election activities in the lockdown. Rashed Jahangir’s Virtual High Court passed the order along with the bench rule.

Voter Amir Uddin Bipul filed the writ petition. Advocate Khurshid Alam Khan was in favor of the writ petition in the court. He confirmed the order. The date for this election is May 5.