The Importance Of Drinking Water

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Say there’s a water tower in the middle of a dying city. Everyone is hurrying to get their supply of water, but don’t know that the water is dirty, making the entire city open to sickness traveling on the water. In 500 BC, a man named Hippocrates found out that clean water would be better. He practiced removing dirt and other dirty things in the water and eventually created the first bag water filter. Since then, water filters have been improving and are much for more efficient than it was back then. They’ve been incorporated into water heaters, drinking fountains and any source of water than is potable, or drinkable. Water has had a big impact on society for centuries due to the high demand of clean drinking water. In 1972, the U.S. passed …show more content…
“When you consume minimum amounts of it, your body becomes hydrated and will be able to deliver a healthy performance of its functions and processes.”(Comadm , parag 2). The human body needs a certain amount of water, in order to perform at its best. Water is fluential for the body because It helps your body flush wastes and stay at the right temperature. Also it also helps you to stay away from kidney stones and constipation. “Drinking water shortly after you awaken can reduce the level of acidity in your stomach and help relieve the symptoms of heartburn.”(Adams Dave, parag 3). This is telling you that water reduces the chances of you getting heartburn. It stomach also lowers the level of acidity. The importance of a water filter is without one it can lead to various problems. “burning in throat, severe eye irritation, non-stop vomiting, trouble breathing or severe skin irritation such as skin blistering.” (Anya Groner, parag 1). What this explains is some of the symptoms that can happen with a water filter. If the water filter is broken or there is no water filter, the victim is exposed to all kinds of bad things for their body. All in all, Water filters would be a great use for all kinds of economical

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