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Drinking Water

Water, the liquid of life itself. How do we use it and how do we protect it? All these questions and more are bottled here.

Asked in Drinking Water

When fasting for blood work can you drink water?

Yes, your Dr. should have given you a list of things you could not eat or drink. Water is usually not listed during a fast unless you're having surgery and even then, it is only a few hours. ...
Asked in Health, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Drinking Water

Is drinking too much water toxic?

Yes, drinking too much water can be toxic - except it is very hard to drink too much fresh, clean water to be able to die. Normal healthy people would need to drink on the order of 20 liters per day for it to be toxic but people with some medical problems, particularly the elderly and very young, can get toxic on much lesser amounts. Also people with psychiatric disorders, most notably schizophrenia. Drinking too much water is called polydipsia. This, as...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Skin Care, Skin Disorders, Acne, Drinking Water

Does drinking water help get rid of acne?

Sadly, no. All you can do is wash your face once or twice a day, most importantly before bed. Use drugstore acne treatments on your spots, and moisturize everywhere else. Don't pick or bother your acne, and try to do nice things like exfoliate or steam your face every once in a while. It really does help. If that still doesn't leave your skin beautiful and smooth, then see a dermatologist and they can help with medicines or even removal. ...
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Nutrition, Drinking Water

How much water should a 170 pound person drink a day?

The more water the better! Most recomment 8 glasses of water a day but if you workout you should drink half a gallon to a gallon of water. The secret is to drink enough water that your urine is clear. ...
Asked in Menstruation, Drinking Water

Does drinking vinegar an water stop your period?

No. Please go learn some basic biology, drinking vinegar/water will have no effect on your menstrual cycle whatsoever ...
Asked in Food Safety, Drinking Water

Is sterile water for irrigation safe for babies to drink?

Irrigation water may be potable, but it is not sterile. When in doubt, boil the water for baby. Answer 2: Unless you are in a dire situation such as a third world country or lost in the woods (which I doubt as you are using the internet) Do not give an infant or child any water that is not from a safe potable tap (such as your kitchen water faucet, if the water in your area has been deemed safe for...
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Exercise, Drinking Water

Does drinking almond milk help you lose weight?

Yes it can. The milk is high in calcium, and vitamin D, which is very important to keep you up and running. You don't have to drink it 24-7, but you should add a few extra glasses to your meals. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Drinking Water, Desalinization

Checking the bacterial contamination in drinking water by testing sulphide ion?

cheaking of bacterial contamination in drinking water by teasting sulphide ion ...
Asked in Temperature, Drinking Water

Does bottled water boil?

It will if you heat it up to 212 degrees Fahrenheit (or 100 degrees C)
Asked in Waste and Recycling, Urban Legends, Drinking Water

Why is it a bad idea to freeze water in a plastic container?

If you try to freeze water, juice or other liquids in a closed plastic container without leaving room for expansion, your container will crack or burst. I fill plastic bottles or jugs with liquid, leaving plenty of room at the top for expansion. Once the liquid is frozen, then you can safely tighten the lid and then when you want to take it off use warm water to wash it then take it off. The reason why it's a bad idea to...
Asked in Geology, Environmental Issues, Drinking Water

Why are the EPA's water quality standards useful?

They give communities uniform safety guidelines to follow when assessing their water quality. ...
Asked in Fruit and Vegetable Juices, Drinking Water, Milk

Do fruit juice count as your 5 a day?

yes , fruit juices retain the same nutritional properties as whole fruit. They are an excellent source of vitamins and fiber and they have a high water content. ...
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Drinking Water

Does drinking warm water empty stomach lose weight?

It hasn't been proven drinking warm water on an empty stomach helps with weight loss. It is good to drink a lot of water, though! ...
Asked in Pollution, Sydney, Drinking Water

How much is BOD value of drinking water?

There are generally no standards for an absolute BOD5 value of drinking water. However, a sample with a BOD5 between 1 and 2 mg/L indicates a very clean water ...
Asked in Food Spoilage, Drinking Water

Why does bottled water have an expiration date?

All companies that produce consumables must, by federal law, have an expiration date on it. Since bottled water is a consumable the company must put a expiration date on it. Also some water becomes impure due to plastic melting or substances released into the water by the plastic. Expiration Dates on Bottled Water Here are opinions and answers from WikiAnswerers: So that if you don't drink the water by that date you have to go out and buy a new bottle, thus creating...
Asked in Drinks and Beverages, Drinking Water

Is Crystal Clear flavored water healthy for you?

Yes it is. All water, no matter what brand or flavor, is in fact good for you. However, flavored water can often be high in sugar, so best to stick to plain water or perhaps fruit juice. ...
Asked in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Drinking Water

Does drinking water make your body lighter?

Drinking water is beneficial for the health. Also it will help in losing the weight. ...
Asked in Units of Measure, Physics, Drinking Water

How many kilograms are there in a 3.00 bottle of drinking water?

This can't be answered without determining what the volume is.
Asked in Miscellaneous, Drinking Water

What are some ways that water is used in the US?

Actually, water is used in many ways in the USA, including: drinking water to help swallow when taking medications to make a cloth wet for use on a hot forehead or neck for cooking to freeze into ice or ice cubes washing dishes washing hands frequently to flush a toilet brushing teeth taking showers taking baths (or partial wash-up) washing hair washing clothes cleaning house cleaning objects, for example, to clean eyeglasses to clean windows washing a car / vehicle to water indoor plants to water outdoor plants, or a garden to water lawns (restricted in many...
Asked in Sharks, Drinking Water

How does a shark drink water?

They have been known to sculpt glasses out of silt and clay found on the ocean floor, put the cups on their dorsal fin, and swim at the top of the ocean during rainstorms. They then take the cup full of rainwater, and enjoy! ...
Asked in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Nutrition, Drinking Water

Can drinking water help you to lose weight?

CAN DRINKING WATER HELP YOU TO LOSE WEIGHT Water can help in several ways. As part of a total approach to weight loss, water helps by making you feel full and keeping you hydrated to improve all bodily functions. Water is also an essential nutrient for health and to sustain life. In addition, the thermogenic effect of drinking chilled water can help. Water contains no calories, sugars, carbonation, or protein. Even though it lacks nutrients it still puts no unhealthy chemicals in your body. If...
Asked in Care of Rabbits, Rabbits and Hares, Drinking Water

Why isn't your rabbit drinking water?

first answer: Maybe your rabbit isn't feeling well. Tell your Mum or Dad that he/she isn't drinking and ask them to take your rabbit to the vets. more information: If your rabbit isn't drinking water, this is a serious sign that your rabbit is sick. Look for other signs of illness, and make an appointment with the vet immediately. See the related questions below for more details and links. ...
Asked in Drinking Water

How long will it take from drinking water to passing urine?

The time depends on the amount of water you already have in your body, the amount of water you drink, and how much urine the bladder is already holding when you drink the water. If you're dehydrated and you drink water, you can be sure the body won't throw it out because it needs the water. The kidneys filter between 750mls and a liter of water every hour, so if you're hydrated ok and you drink half a liter of water,...
Asked in Nutrition, Drinking Water

Can you drink water with table salt?

You can drink it, but it's not good for you. If there is a high salinity in the water it will actually draw the water out of your body to dilute the amount in your stomach. This will result in dehydration and all it's the effects, which can be potentially fatal. Fresh water contains less than 0.5 grams of salt per litre. Salt sea water has more than 50 grams of salt per litre. ...