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Water:Source Of Life-Effects Of Water On Life.


Water: Source Of Life-Effects Of Water On Life.

 

Water-The source of healthy life

Drinking water, source of life. Image credit-Pixabay



Water is the source of life,
Water is life, another name of Water is Life. The earth is watery, two-thirds of the earth's surface is water. About 60 percent of our body is made up of water. Water cannot be judged by its market price, rather by its importance in our daily life.
 
Many novels, poems, essays, articles were written on’ Water’ earlier. And my understanding of the benefits of water is very clear. While some of the earlier writings were ‘best sellers’, some were even sold at a very lower price. 

Efforts of those who wanted to ‘catch fish in rough water’ have been a waste. Some may pass on comments while some may even avoid or stay off the ‘topic’ as a contagious disease.

But those who are in a real quest of knowledge like a thirsty person will keep searching for well written, thought-provoking writing on ‘water’ to moisten their knowledge.

Once you get drenched in water for a longer time, you are liable to catch a cold or fever. Water is a savior too in recovery & relief. 

Doctors suggest pouring water on the head at a regular interval to keep the temperature at check and also to drink more water to remain hydrated.
 
                             “Ah, now I see…
When water meets water, you know;
It just flows,
Flows into one another
No seams, no edges, smooth without ridges
But when water meets fire
Well that’s a whole different desire
Water gets heated up by the fire
But water can put the fire out
With that, she could agree and had no doubt
-Author Unknown

Quotes on Water

"You cannot cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water."
-Penned by the Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore.

 In his article "The Value of Women", Saratchandra Chattopadhyay wrote - "On the day when there would be a real shortage of Water, the Emperor would not hesitate to Untie the Crown on his Head".
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The importance of Water in our lives

The importance of Water in our lives is immense. We cannot live without water. 

We cannot protect our Health Without Water. Water plays a role in every organ 
of the body, in the veins and arteries, and in every cell. 

So let everything be sold at the price of water but water ('life') gets its Right Price. Let's not neglect life without giving importance to Water. Water is the main component of cells.

It is the only medium of transportation that carries the food molecules and oxygen to the cells. It helps to excrete the undigested wastes and toxic substances from our body in the form of sweats and urine and stool. 

Water is fundamental to photosynthesis and respiration.

Chemical Formula Of Water

Water at room temperature is a tasteless and odorless liquid, nearly colorless with a hint of blue. Water is a simple molecule and the molecular formula is H2O consisting of one oxygen atom attached to two different hydrogen atoms connected by covalent bonds. 

Uses of Water On Human Life

The list of water uses in human life is very long. In agriculture, plantations, fisheries, transportation, power generation, ice-making; there is more but our purpose is to shed light on the use of water in our daily life. 

In daily life, people use water in 4 basic ways such as drinking, bathing, cleaning, and washing. Now we will be limited to drinking water only.                                    

Maybe much of the time is taken on introduction, let’s now discuss the benefits of ‘water’ in human life.
 

Health Benefits of Water (Drinking Water)


Water is Fundamental to Photosynthesis and Respiration

Photosynthesis is a process that involves the use of energy from sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to produce glucose and oxygen. Cellular respiration uses glucose and oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water

Water Protects Our Body from Dehydration

When we work, water escapes from our body through sweat. Excessive sweating can lead to dehydration. Drinking plenty of water helps to regulate unusual excessive sweating hence avoid dehydration. Make a habit of Drinking water in the right amount at the right time.

Water Remove Waste from the Body

 It helps to excrete the undigested wastes and toxic substances from our body in the form of sweats and urine. 

Regulates Body Temperature

 Body Temperature should always be in a balanced state. excessive sweating leads to body temperature imbalance. optimum consumption of drinking water regulates body temperature by regulating excessive unusual sweating.

Weight Management

 Drinking water is important during weight loss because it provides hydration without unwanted calories. Water can help you eat less hence acts as a weight-loss aid. 

In addition to plain water, fresh and juicy watery ingredients in fruits and vegetables provide very few calories and help with fluid in the diets - Therefore it contributes to weight loss.

Sound Sleep

Hydration plays an important role in your sound sleep. Shortage of water may cause the sleep-disturbance, mouth, and nasal passages can be dried out. Lack of fluid in the night can cause nocturnal leg cramps that can keep you awake.

Memory Function

Water is also essential for delivering nutrients to the brain and for removing toxins.

Our brain contains about 75% water. When our brain is functioning on a full reserve of water, we can think much faster.

Improve Kidney Functions 


Water helps the kidneys to remove wastes from our blood in the form of urine. Water also helps keep our blood vessels open so that blood can travel freely to our kidneys and supply essential nutrients to them. 

Kidneys are responsible for filtering the water we drink through our body and ensure the fluid levels in your bloodstream are balanced condition.

How Much Water  Do We Need Every Day?

The need differs from person to person. Health experts, generally suggest 8-10 glasses of water drink every day. Drink water at the optimum level, drinking too much causes hyponatremia, consult a doctor to know the daily requirements of water.

Disadvantages of Drinking Too Much Water
  • It is important to ensure that you are well hydrated; however, it is also important to know that excessive water consumption can reverse the good effects. Drink water only when your body indicates thirst.
  • Excessive Water Consumption Can Cause Fatigue and Tiredness.
  • Drinking too much water causes hyponatremia (a low sodium concentration in the blood. is called hyponatremia).
  • When you drink too much water, the salt consumption in your blood reduces, causing the cells in the organs throughout your body to swell. 
  • Consumption of too much water can lead to fluid overload in the body and imbalance in the body.
  • When you drink too much water, your electrolyte levels drop and the balance is compromised. Low electrolyte levels can cause symptoms like muscle spasms and cramping. 
  • Excessive water consumption may lead to the depletion of potassium, which is an essential nutrient. This may cause symptoms like leg pain, irritation, chest pain.

SOME WELL KNOWN BOOKS ON THE THEME OF WATER

  1. Water for elephants -by Sara Gruen
  2. Into the Water -by Paula Hawkins
  3. The Water Knife -by Paolo Bacigalupi
  4. The Water Dancer  -by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  5. The Shape of Water -by Guillermo del Toro
  6. Like Water for Chocolate -by Laura Esquivel, Thomas Christensen
  7. Tides and the Ocean: Water's Movement Around the World, from Waves to Whirlpools by William Thomson
  8. The Death and Life of the Great Lakes by Dan Egan
  9. The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World by Jeff Goodell
  10. Swimming to Antarctica: Tales of a Long-Distance Swimmer by Lynne Cox
  11. Sea Change by Sylvia Earle
  12. The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin
  13. In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Phil brick
POEM BOOKS

1.Water
Pablo Neruda
2.Going For Water
Robert Frost
3.Water Picture
Mary Swanson
4.Afton Water
Robert Burns
5.The Boiling Water
Kenneth Koch
6.Water
Olivia Taylor
7.By The Grey Gulf-Water
Banjo Paterson
8.Water Lily
Rainer Maria Rilke
9.Clear Water
Pia Andersson
10. Water, Is Taught By Thirst
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