The brain is made out of 80% water.
If you mean "How much percentage of water does a human brain have?", the answer is about 77-78%.
Yes water can make your brain cells grow, but too much water will make your brain cells burst.
It is currently believed that the brain is made up of 77-78% water.
The Human Brain Consists of 80% water x
your brain is 85% water but the amount in milimeteres or litres depends on the person
Not sure but 80% of it is water.
about as much as a gallon of water
Approximately 90% :)
it is 80% not 90%
Drinking "too much" water CAN cause a serious health problem. Overdrinking water can lead to hyponatremia by diluting the sodium (salt) in your body. When this occurs, the brain takes on water in its cells and causes swelling in the brain, which is much like swelling in the brain from trauma-caused swelling of the brain. It can actually kill the person to whom it happens.
so that it can function properly. your brain is 85% water and if you dont drink lots of water then you will not think straight and you wont function properly
Osmosis is the movement of water from a High Water (Dilute Solution) to a Low Water (Strong Solution). If blood plasma becomes very dilute with water, when it travels to the brain the brain cells will swell because the are taking on too much water. This happens because the high concentration of water (in the blood) is moving to the lower concentration of water (brain cells) making the cells swell as they are taking on too much water.
80 percent of your brain is water. :)
The brain is composed of 70 percent water,
The brain is 80% water
water does not effect your brain it is healthy for you
75% of the brain is water
60 % of the human dody is water; the brain is 70%, the lungs are 90%, and blood is 75% water
water can effect your brain by thinking because the brain needs plenty of water to think.
Like the rest of your body, your brain is mainly composed of water. Water is therefore essential for brain function.