Loss of Body Fluid Invites to Diseases in Summer

Loss of Body Fluid Invites to Diseases in Summer
Loss of Body Fluid Invites to Diseases in Summer

Loss of fluid due to extreme temperatures invites many health problems if adequate precautions are not taken. Experts draw attention to the risk of mineral deficiency due to fluid loss in summer, emphasizing that it is necessary to increase mineral water consumption in order to balance fluid losses in the body in hot weather.

During the summer, fluid loss due to hot weather and increased humidity poses a risk to human health. Patients with diabetes, cardiovascular, blood pressure and chronic respiratory systems experience health problems as a result of the body, which needs to establish a temperature balance through sweating, cannot achieve this balance in extreme temperatures and high humidity environments. Stating that it is possible to prevent heat-related diseases with simple measures, Kızılay Kağıthane Hospital Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Ergün Kasapoğlu said, “You should not go out directly under the sun unless you have to during the hottest hours of the day. When you are outside, light colored, light, loose and tightly woven fabrics should be used. Water should be consumed regularly without waiting for thirst. An adult person should drink 2,5-3 liters of water, i.e. 10-15 glasses of water a day, and consume buttermilk or mineral water to replace the minerals lost with sweat. said.

Mineral water should be consumed as an additional supplement

Warning that sweating caused by excessive heat and high humidity triggers water and mineral loss in the body, Kızılay Kayseri Hospital Specialist. dit. Sezgül Şahin gave the following information about the content of mineral water and its effects on the body: “Mineral waters, which contain different minerals depending on their source, contain important micro-elements for human health such as calcium, magnesium, sodium and iron. There are studies showing that the absorption of these minerals, especially calcium, which is found in free form in mineral waters, is quite high in the intestines. There are also studies showing that sodium-rich mineral waters reduce the rise in blood fats in postmenopausal women. The magnesium in the mineral water is a good supplement for the pain and weakness in the muscles caused by the body's loss of water. he said.

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