5 things that make water unhealthy
Drinking water is an absolute necessity. But there are some practices or factors that might make this essential matter risky to you. So what makes water bad for you?
Yeah, many of our posts have advice on how you should always be drinking as much water as you can. However, there’s an upper limit of drinking water too. While it’s rare, but drinking too much water or liquid or sports drinks- beyond some 5-6 liters a day can end a person up in challenging conditions like Hyponatremia. One of the apparent symptoms of drinking too much water is feeling like your belly is just full of water.
Using unwashed water-bottles
Using re-usable water-bottles is, of course, a cost-effective as well as an eco-friendly option. However, if you aren’t much into washing bottles now and then, you might want to know that bacteria takes hardly any time building up in a moist and warm environment. You, of course, don’t want to drink a ‘bacteria shake’!
Drinking from the shower head
First of all, bacteria in the bathroom is no breaking news. And, there aren’t many chances that you clean your showerhead and bathroom on a day to day basis. Secondly, drinking in the bathroom- Eww.
A chemical often found in plastic bottles, BPA is a potentially harmful substance that can creep down into your water. It is also recommended to keep the plastic containers away from heat or strong direct sunlight.
Drinking from unhealthy sources of water
One common mistake people often make is not checking or testing their regular source of water. More often than not, the public or municipal water supplies in America is being proven to have a high level of pollutants.
So while you are on ‘good hydration’ target, make sure to have a note of these points.
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