The Correlation Between Drinking Fluids In Pregnant And Lactating Women
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The Correlation Between Drinking Fluids In Pregnant And Lactating Women

The human body is composed of mostly water, which supports various metabolic processes, but we often forget how essential water truly is. Recent evidence suggests that drinking enough water to keep water turnover high (i.e. drinking an adequate amount of fluids so urine is less concentrated) might help prevent issues like repeated kidney stones or urinary tract infections. There’s even evidence to suggest a small amount of dehydration can impact cognitive performance and mood. These relationships, however, have been studied...

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