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  • So I want to revisit this topic of everyone needs to drink more water.

    我想重新談談「每個人都需要多喝水 」這個話題。

  • I know last time I did a video on this, stirred up a lot of um opinions on this topic.


  • So before you click off, just please hear me out.


  • I will say right up front that I do drink water, but I'm not against water.


  • I drink about 2.5 L of water every single day.

    我每天都要喝大約 2.5 升水。

  • However, there's some really interesting information about water because you may think that water hydrates you.


  • It actually doesn't. It could even dehydrate you.


  • And I'm primarily talking about drinking excessive amounts of water.


  • There's a term for this. It's called water intoxication or water poisoning or overhydration.


  • Because if you think about it, how does this water get into your cells?


  • Is it a passive thing? Does it just kind of go into your cells and start hydrating?


  • No, there are very specific proteins that allow this water to go into your cells and with the help of electrolytes.


  • And so what happens when you drink a lot of water without electrolytes?


  • You can dilute the body's electrolytes, mainly sodium but other electrolytes as well, and that condition is called hypo nerem.


  • And here are the symptoms: headache, nausea, confusion, irritability, muscle cramping, as well as brain swelling.


  • There's even a condition called EAH, that's a condition where the person is water logged.

    甚至還有一種稱為 EAH 的病症,即人被水淹沒的情況。

  • And it's creating a lot of swelling in the brain and that could easily come from just drinking too much water.


  • And this often occurs when someone is exercising.


  • And so this really pertains to athletes and people that exercise a lot, especially people that do marathons and they're drinking a lot of water, it could be quite dangerous.


  • In fact, in the Boston marathon, 2005.

    事實上,在 2005 年的波士頓馬拉松比賽中,

  • At the end of the finish line, they actually detected 13% of everyone that crossed the finish line had this hyponatremia, which is basically a diluted fluid in your body where you don't have enough sodium.

    在終點線結束時,他們檢測到所有衝過終點線的人中有 13% 患有低鈉血症,這基本上是體內的稀釋液體,導致鈉含量不足。

  • Now, there's other things that also can cause hyponatremia other than just drinking too much water.


  • It could be that you had diarrhea, vomiting, you're just sweating too much because think about it, like when you sweat, it's really salty.


  • And then also if you're drinking a lot of plain water without salt, you're just gonna create a situation where you're gonna actually be very deficient in salt.


  • Just as a side note: one of the first symptoms of a salt or sodium deficiency is muscle weakness, ok?


  • You feel very, very weak and this could easily occur if you're doing some type of sport or exercising and you just, you feel like your, your muscles are weaker and weaker.


  • Well, obviously you need more salt and some people that have these sports drinks, might not have enough salt or other electrolytes in them.


  • Instead, they might have a few electrolytes and a lot of glucose, which by the way, can tie up a lot of these electrolytes, especially potassium, it kind of locks it up.


  • There's another condition where a person is, they have very weak adrenals, right?


  • The adrenals are very, very weak and that's called Addison's and that person can't hold sodium.


  • And so that person is very susceptible to having this hyponatremia situation.


  • So people that have that condition need to consume a lot of salt just to balance out the fluids.


  • Now, also when someone drinks alcohol, a lot of beer, you know.


  • I remember one time I was in high school and I drank a case of beer, which is very, very dangerous.


  • And of course, I didn't drink any salt with that so that created a major imbalance with my electrolytes,


  • and my brain felt like it was gonna explode because that's what happens when you actually have this hyponatremia is you swelling in the brain.


  • You also have those that have a hypothyroid condition.


  • You have people that are on diuretics, which can really throw off your electrolytes because it's meant to get rid of this sodium.


  • And the person is usually on a low-sodium diet.


  • You see, I really think there's more problems with having low sodium than high sodium.


  • And by the way, if you do consume a lot of sodium, you can always balance out that with more potassium.


  • People who are salt-sensitive are really potassium deficient.


  • Infants are also susceptible to having this hyponatremia situation.


  • People who are on SSRIs are susceptible as well and diabetics are also susceptible to having this situation because of the different fluid electrolyte imbalances.

    服用 SSRIs 的人也容易出現這種情況,糖尿病患者也容易出現這種情況,因為體液電解質不平衡程度不同。

  • And also, they have higher sugar and they're going to be peeing out more fluid and so they can easily be dehydrated.


  • So drinking more water is not the only cause of this hyponatremia.


  • If the person has diarrhea or is vomiting or is exercising and sweating all these salts out or is on certain medications that can be also creating a situation.


  • You'd want to advise them to also add sodium and not go crazy with too much water.


  • So if you're checked out on this video, check back in because this next thing I want to tell you is very, very important.


  • There has been deaths occurring from people drinking about 6L of water.

    曾經有人因飲用約 6 公升水而死亡。

  • Within a three hour period.


  • What is 6L of fluid?

    6 升液體是多少?

  • That is 1.5 gallons.

    即 1.5 加侖。

  • I mean, I'm sure you've known people who have drink just guzzled a gallon of water in one sitting very quickly, not smart.


  • When I was in the military, when I would march 17 miles.


  • Right, we drink a tremendous amount of water, but we'd also take salt with that.


  • Typically now, at least in the military when you're training, the most that you're supposed to drink per hour is 1 to 1.5 L of fluid per hour.

    通常情況下,至少在軍隊訓練時,每小時最多應該喝 1 到 1.5 公升液體。

  • So you don't wanna drink way too much fluid, too fast, even if you're sweating.


  • Now, of course, on the flip side, if you're susceptible to kidney stones, you should be drinking at least 2.5 L of fluid a day, even if you're not thirsty.

    當然,另一方面,如果容易患腎結石,即使不渴,每天也應該喝至少 2.5 公升液體。

  • But the point is you do wanna pay attention to your thirst and drink when you're thirsty and not go crazy with too much.


  • But I think 2 to 2.5 L of fluid is totally reasonable.


  • Of course, if you're doing exercise or doing marathons, you really wanna make sure you don't create this condition called hyponatremia where you're just guzzling all this water um with very little electrolytes.


  • The last point I'm gonna make, which is very important if you're exercising and you're sweating and you're taking a regular electrolyte powder that's not necessarily meant for sports or exercise.


  • You might want to either add more sodium to that electrolyte or use some type of sport hydration, electrolyte with more sodium.


  • Now, because of the censoring and the suppressing of the algorithms on YouTube, it's becoming more difficult to find my content and there's a lot of content that I cannot put on YouTube unfortunately.

    由於 YouTube 上演算法的審查和壓制,找到我的內容變得更加困難,不幸的是,有很多內容我無法放在 YouTube 上。

  • So to make sure you have full access of all my information, go to and subscribe to my newsletter by clicking the link down below in the description.

    因此,為了確保您可以完全取得我的所有信息,請訪問 並通過說明欄中的連結訂閱我的新聞通訊。

  • I will see you on the other side.


  • Now, I actually created another very popular video on hydration.


  • If you haven't seen this one, check it out.


So I want to revisit this topic of everyone needs to drink more water.

我想重新談談「每個人都需要多喝水 」這個話題。

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