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Fatal Water Poisoning or Water Intoxication by DeeJay83 Posted Thu 26 Nov 2009 7:44am I knew that drinking too much water in a shot can cause problems. But I had no clue what Fatal water poisoning was, until I did some research. Here are my findings on Fatal Water Poisoning and Water Intoxication . Know what too much water can do to you.   Image by  madaise via Flickr   ... Read on »
Water Intoxication (Hyponatremia) by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:34pm Most of the people I know don't drink enough water! So who gets intoxicated by drinking too much water? One group that is at risk are runners (especially marathoners). Hyponatremia is basically a low concentration of sodium in the blood. Sodium is required to draw and distribute water through membranes in the body. When you sweat, you lose ... Read on »
Water Intoxication can be lethal by DeeJay83 Posted Sun 20 Dec 2009 7:49am I hope you know what “Water intoxication” is all about. If water intoxication gets bad, you can die of drinking too much water. No jokes! How weird? Can you imagine, you overdrink water of all the things, and then something horrible happens. I guess too much of a good thing is not  good either, huh. Hey, plus if you drink water as therapy to de ... Read on »
The Great Water Intoxication Hoax by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sun 04 Mar 2012 10:09pm The following is adapted from my book “Top 20 Fueling Myths Exposed” … Ever heard of “hyponatremia”? It is often described as the scientific term for “water intoxication”, and you’ll find most medical journals and sports nutrition resources recommending that to avoid hyponatremia, no matter what the conditions are, you should drink no ... Read on »
Man dies from water intoxication, and advice on how to stop this happening to you by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:54am Posted on 9 July 2008 I am a supporter of the notion that maintaining hydration in the body is important for wellbeing and health, and recommend that the prime fluid for this should be water. However, as with most things in life, drinking water is not entirely without risk. Drink too much of it and it can lower sodium levels in the body, w ... Read on »
How to Avoid Water Intoxication!... by Marc D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 7:24pm How to Avoid Water Intoxication! Did You Hear About This? A Sacramento, CA radio station held a contest called “No Wee for a Wii.” It was a water drinking contest to see how much the contestants could drink without going to the bathroom. Ultimately the 2nd place winner (Jennifer Strange) paid with her life! Yes, you can actually die fro ... Read on »
Hyponatremia: too much water by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:12pm HYPONATREMIA should never happen to you. For the last 40 years, sports medicine experts have told athletes in endurance events that they should take fluids frequently during events lasting more than one hour. However, three years ago, a 28-year-old woman collapsed and died after finishing the Boston Marathon. Her blood salt levels were ext ... Read on »
My Great Pee Experiment [The surprising answer to how much water we should really be drinking] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 May 2014 2:27am This is so so true for me.  Colorado is a desert. A high plains desert, but a desert nonetheless. So why are we having this geography discussion (on a holiday, no less)? Not because I doubt your eremological skillz but because apparently I forgot where I live. It turns out deserts are known for being dry places and for the past ... Read on »
Natural Remedy for Constipation - water by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 17 May 2011 10:06pm Keep yourself well hydrated and you will not get constipation and in fact will probably be able to have bowel movement (pass motion) more than once a day. That is what happened to me. At a period of time, I was troubled by constipation (having a bowel movement fewer than three times per week. With constipation stools are usually hard, dry, s ... Read on »
Baby Health How Much Water Do Babies Need to Drink? by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Jul 2009 10:12pm The hot summer weather is still here, allowing families to maximize the longer days before its time to head back to school. Mum Mums recently discussed how to keep babies cool in the summer heat raising a poignant question: just how much water do babies need to drink to ensure they are hydrated? A pediatrician from CNN Health recently discussed ... Read on »