Molecular Biomarkers & Diagnosis

ISSN: 2155-9929

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Majid Nimrouzi

West Indies

  • Short Communication
    Water: Lifesaving or Fatal?
    Author(s): Majid Nimrouzi and Babak DaneshfardMajid Nimrouzi and Babak Daneshfard

    The animate needs water to survive and human being is not an exception; however, it could be fatal in some circumstances. Quantity and quality of the consumed water as well as time, place, habit, health status, and individual characteristics contribute to daily water need. According to Avicenna's viewpoint, drinking too much water and/ or drinking water without thirst is harmful for the body. Avicenna cited that the person who drink too cold water would see the side effects of this unhealthy habit sooner or later, although may not feel any discomfort or illness at the time. ''Drink to thirst'' is considered a consensus versus to ''drink to max'' in order to prevent exercise-induced hyponatremia... Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2155-9929.1000321

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