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IN Health & Fitness ON 06 Apr, 2016
"Pee today, or pity yourself later?"
Peeing or urinating is a daily bodily routine which enables our body to take off all the toxins and wastes we've had, in a form of a whitish-to-yellowish liquid. For healthy people like you, you'll have to make sure that you are able to pee regularly, or else you will get some bad news later.
On the top of that, obeserving some information related to this activity says alot, swear. "Why do we really have to pee?" " In a day, how often do we have to pee?" "What are the consequences of peeing regularly or not?" "How would one define if you're healthy or not just by looking at your pee?" "How can we sustain regular peeing?"
Let us answer those things for you, in a very understandable manner.
"You are dehydrated!" To be honest, dehydration kills. It must be more than that.
Once you're dehydrated, you will observe that the color that comes out to your, Uhm, 'urinator' is Dark Yellow. You can print this image, or put it in your smartphones, and compare this chart to your urine the next time you're going to do it.
Say, you drink much water. It will give you some hassle like it will pressure you to visit the nearest toilet or pee station every single hour, or every two hours.
Simple, just drink at least 8 glasses of water everyday! Doing so will help with the balance of sodium levels and electrolytes on your body, and processes on your body that requires water will flow smoothly.
No problem! Heighten your water intake, and make sure that your increase is tolerable by the body. For these concerns, better seek assistance to nutritionists, dietitians or doctors around.
Sure. Eat fruits and vegetables regularly, like oranges and watermelons, apples, etc. But this is not a perfect substitute to water. Keep drinking water.
Avoid diseases such as Urinary Tract Infection, kidney-related sickness and some others. Don't let that pee wait. Let it down and replace it with more water immediately.
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