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Those who drink more water should be careful! There may be a problem of high blood pressure

TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Pradeep Tiwari

Updated on: Dec 16, 2022 | 7:30PM IST

When you drink too much water, you may experience water poisoning, intoxication or disruption of brain function. That’s why health experts recommend drinking water according to need.

It is said that excess of anything is not good, even if it is drinking too much water. Something similar has also emerged from the recent research. Water gives life and is essential for good health. But do you know about the side effects of drinking too much water.

When you drink too much water, you may experience water poisoning, intoxication or disruption of brain function.  This occurs when there is too much water in the cells, causing them to swell.

When you drink too much water, you may experience water poisoning, intoxication or disruption of brain function. This occurs when there is too much water in the cells, causing them to swell.

When brain cells swell, they create pressure.  You may start experiencing things like confusion, drowsiness and headache.  If this pressure increases then it can cause diseases like high blood pressure and low heart rate.

When brain cells swell, they create pressure. You may start experiencing things like confusion, drowsiness and headache. If this pressure increases then it can cause diseases like high blood pressure and low heart rate.

The sodium electrolyte is most affected by overhydration, leading to a condition called hyponatremia.  Sodium is an important element that helps maintain the balance of fluids inside and outside cells.

The sodium electrolyte is most affected by overhydration, leading to a condition called hyponatremia. Sodium is an important element that helps maintain the balance of fluids inside and outside cells.

When its level falls due to excessive amount of water in the body, the fluids reach inside the cells.  The cells then swell, putting you at risk of seizures, coma, or even death.

When its level falls due to excessive amount of water in the body, the fluids reach inside the cells. The cells then swell, putting you at risk of seizures, coma, or even death.


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