The Importance Of Water In The Human Body

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It sounds so simple H2O, two parts of hydrogen and one part of oxygen. This compound is also known as water. It is one of the most essential elements to the health and it is so important that the body has a specific drought management system in place to prevent dehydration and ensure survival. Water might be everywhere, but one must never take it for granted. Approximately 80% of the weight of a newborn baby child is made up of water. Even in adulthood water accounts for approximately two-third of our weight. Human beings could all survive for number of days without food, but four to five days without water would kill any human. The human brain is made up 95% water, blood is 82% and lungs 90%. A mere 2% drop in human body’s water supply can trigger signs of dehydration which could lead to fuzziness, short term memory, trouble with basic skills, and difficulty focusing on smaller prints such as computer screen. Mild dehydration is also one of the most common cause of daytime fatigue. The body cannot work without water, just like car cannot run without gas and oil. In fact, all the cell and organ functions that make up whole entire anatomy and physiology depends on water for their functioning.…show more content…
After passing through the esophagus and stomach, water enters to small intestine where it is largely absorbed in the first section (the duodenum and jejunum). The remaining water passes into the interstitial tissue that make up for the frame work of every organ, to arrive in the cells. The main function of water in the body are as

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