Do you also have ‘this’ habit before sleeping at night? Be careful in time…!

drinking water: Drinking water is beneficial for health. We should drink sufficient amount of water daily to keep our skin and internal organs healthy. But one thing we should know that eating or drinking anything at the wrong time and in excess can be harmful. Often there are situations where we should completely avoid drinking […]
 


Do you also have ‘this’ habit before sleeping at night?  Be careful in time…!

drinking water: Drinking water is beneficial for health. We should drink sufficient amount of water daily to keep our skin and internal organs healthy. But one thing we should know that eating or drinking anything at the wrong time and in excess can be harmful. Often there are situations where we should completely avoid drinking water. Otherwise we may have to face dangerous diseases. Let us know about these conditions.

According to dietician Dr. Ranjana Singh, under certain circumstances, suddenly or excessively drinking water can cause some health-related complaints. So avoid drinking too much water in the conditions given below.

before sleep

Doctor. According to Ranjana, some people drink a lot of water before sleeping. But it can be dangerous for their health. Drinking more water before bed may help with two complaints. In this, due to frequent urination, there is drowsiness and there is a delay in falling asleep.

 

Another problem is that our kidneys work slowly during sleep. This can lead to fluid retention and swelling around the face and joints the next morning.

during intense exercise

Sweating during an intense workout will make you very thirsty. But if you drink a lot of water during intense exercise then it can be dangerous for you. This is because by doing this, the body temperature rising due to the workout will suddenly decrease and the level of electrolytes like sodium and potassium present in the body is likely to decrease. Due to which there may be a problem of headache, dizziness.

with artificial sweeteners

Be careful if you drink artificially sweetened water. Artificial sugars are low calorie foods. But according to a study published in June 2010 by the NCBI, they can increase your appetite and lead to weight gain.