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Information of quantity of water consumption for a day - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi.
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User :   Hi I used to drink a lot of water in a day around 3 to 5 litres is it normal
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Please provide these details -Age: Gender:
User :   whenever i'm idle i used to drink water. Is that normal and waht is the average water consumption for an iddividual in a day
User :   24 Maile
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   It is better to replace water with drinks like Lemonade without sugar
Doctor :   as excess plain water can cause loss of salt from the body.
Doctor :   So better to take drinks with a little salt content and low sugar.
User :   ya and also when i walk for a short distance i wud sweat a lot , generally i walk very fast
Doctor :   Ok
User :   Ok Thanks
Doctor :   That is more reason for you to drink more balanced fluids with some salt in them.
Doctor :   ANything else?
Doctor :   You are welcome
User :   Nothing else thanks
Doctor :   Ok
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