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How water is useful to maintain a good health?

  • Drinking water, put simply, keeps you hydrated. Your body is made up of 60-70% water. Drinking water helps digestion, the regulation of body temperature, and the transport of nutrients to your muscles, organs and all other areas of the body. Dehydration can cause a variety of symptoms, including chronic muscle or joint pain, lower back pain, headaches as well as constipation.
    Every day, the body naturally loses water through processes such as perspiration, urination and respiration. Even before you are thirsty, your body may be in need of water.

    Water is also linked to healthy weight loss. Studies have shown that people who drink more water daily lose weight more easily and are statistically at a healthier weight.

    People who lead active lifestyles should drink more water than those who are more sedentary.

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  • Answer: Drinking water, put simply, keeps you hydrated. Your body is made up of 60-70% water. Drinking water helps digestion, the regulation of body temperature, and the transport of nutrients to your muscles, organs and all other areas of the body. Dehydration can cause a variety of symptoms, including chronic muscle or joint pain, lower back pain, headaches as well as constipation.
    Every day, the body naturally loses water through processes such as perspiration, urination and respiration. Even before you are thirsty, your body may be in need of water.

    Water is also linked to healthy weight loss. Studies have shown that people who drink more water daily lose weight more easily and are statistically at a healthier weight.

    People who lead active lifestyles should drink more water than those who are more sedentary.
  • Answer: humans should exercise regularly
  • Answer: You can maintain good health by:
    • keeping fit and active
    • eating your five a day (especially if youre over 16)
    have a look at the link ive attatched, i hope you find it useful : http://www.a-nutritional-supplements.com/health.htm

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  • Answer: you can maintain your good health by:
    eating healthy foods like vegetables and fruits.................drinking 8-10 glasses of water everyday...................having balance diet.................exercising every morning..................


    by: MARY LYN MARQUINA
  • Answer: A man between the ages of 19 and 30 with a sedentary lifestyle needs 2,400 calories; a more active male requires 200 more.
    Females between the ages of 19 and 30 with a sedentary lifestyle require 2,000 calories per day; a more active lifestyle requires 200 more as well.
  • Answer: Visit your eye doctor regularly, dont strain your eyes, eat carrots ( help the eyes), and make sure not to stare at a computer screen too long or too close to the television
  • Answer: Fresh vegetables and fruits everyday low fat foods, then you will get all your nutrients and minerals everyday to maintain good health, otherwise your immune system will run low and you can get colds and viruses.
  • Answer: Jogging, Running, maybe play a sport.
  • Answer: 1.Proper diet
    2.Personal and Domestic Hygiene
    3.Clean food
    4.Clean water and air
    5.excersise
    6. Sleep and Relaxation
    7.Avoiding Hazardous Substances
    8.Prevention of Accidents
    9.Preventing Diseases
    10.Proper Education
    by Syeda Maham Noman
  • Answer: Dietary defficency, which can bring about ailments such as scurvy or beri-beri.
  • Answer: Calcium is one of the best ways to maintain good bone health. Milk has always made bones grow stronger. Vitamin D is also a good supplement to take for bone health.
  • Answer: It is always a good idea to exercise, especially osteoporosis exercises. However, these only need to be done after a certain age is met such as 45 or 50.
  • Answer: If you smoke, stop. dust furniture and vacuum often. Avoid second hand smoke. have your home checked for black mold ( usually found in moist place such as air ducts or a leaking roof) , asbestos (usually found in older homes in roof or under linoleum etc). Exercise (walking is the absolute best, it also raises hdl, which is the good cholesterol, lowers blood glucose for diabetics, increases endurance and "wind". Remember the more you do the more you can do. This is the "wind". Start out with baby steps if you have to such as, walking a short distance until you can go longer distances. Some start out walking to the end of a block, then to the end a couple of times, then around the block etc.