Why hydration is important in the elderly
As we age, there are circumstances that favor the lack of water and electrolytes in the body, such as decreased perception of thirst, urinary incontinence, abnormal kidney and digestive functions, use of laxatives and diuretics, etc.
In older adults, dehydration is associated with a series of disorders known as electrolyte imbalances. This can cause heart problems, neurological alterations,cognitive impairment, acute confusion, constipation or even death.
For them, optimal water intake ranges between 8 to 10 glasses daily.
But it’s not just a matter of quantity, it’s also essential to take care of its quality. Our Water Purification System is the one you can trust in every sip (astronauts from NASA also rely on its technology!).
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