Water | How Much Water Should I Drink | How Much Water Should You Drink A Day

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Random videos, when you have a sore throat – and you remember all the times that you took for granted random videos – you hit the nail on the head with this comment. This is from the sore throat video. I also have a sore throat right now. I don’t know if you’ll be able to tell from my voice, but it is a bit croakier than usual and I was actually thinking this. A few days ago, when I was eating some food and every time I was swallowing the food, it was hurting me and I was thinking. Ah, those were the days when I didn’t have this sore throat and I could eat without pain, but it will go and I’m looking after it and I’m following all my own tips, I’m pretty much over it nearly now. But thank you comment. It really sort of made me reflect on life. Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of responding to your comments. I obviously do you think this is one of my favorite series to film we’re gon na be looking at health questions. We’Re gon na be looking at fun. Questions so what are we waiting for? Let’S dive in London, bus, visuals, 8, hi, Abraham. I have a concern. I don’t drink any water a day as I don’t like it and it makes me sick. Well, that’s not very good. Is it can? I have advice, please. London, bus, visuals, 8. Of course you can have advice. That’S why I’m here, for this is from the how to boost your energy video. Thank you for your comment. Firstly, with regard to drinking water, I think it’s probably one of the most common questions I get asked in clinic. I probably get asked it at least twice a day. Maybe even more – and the first thing I’m going to say to you is there is lots of guidance on this. There isn’t sort of one way to do it, but the first thing that I always look out for any patient when I’m recommending them how much water to drink is. Are they fit? Are they healthy and, most importantly, do they have any medical conditions because medical conditions, you need be reducing your water intake and now it’s not very common, but these are the sort of things that I check as a health care professional. But as long as you are fit and healthy and you’re an adult in the UK, we recommend six to eight glasses of water throughout the day, so this is about 1.2 litres throughout the day. However, I know in different countries. They have different guidance, it’s so, for example, in America. I know that they recommend 2litres of water a day and our bodies have a very good system in keeping us hydrated and also, for example, certain factors come into play. So what’s the temperature like? What are you doing, and also are you eating a? What are you eating, because our bodies also absorb lots of liquid from the food that we eat and also from other drinks that we have not just water, even caffeinated drinks like coffee, for example? I know a lot of people same thing that if you have coffee or any sort of caffeinated drink, your body doesn’t absorb the water. But this isn’t actually true. So, if you’re having coffee, if you’re having tea all of this, contains water and your body will absorb the water in it too now a very easy way to know if you’re hydrated is the color of your urine. So if it’s clear or if it’s the same color as water or even slightly yellow, that’s a sign of good hydration, where, if it’s very dark and very concentrated, that’s a sign of poor hydration. So you need to drinking more water. And I know that some people don’t like the taste of water, for example our good friend, London bus, visuals, eight, who commented he or she didn’t like the taste of water. So a good little tip you can do is add a slice of lime or lemon in your water just to give it some taste – and this has been proven to help increase people’s water uptake so try it in my work, for you also remember the water. It has no calories, it’s completely fine for you, it’s good for you. It has no sugar either and your teeth will. Thank you for it. Thank you for your comment. I really hope my tips help everyone. Let’S go onto next one Shruti R, watching this video to sleep peacefully in history class, Shruti R, back via comment. This is from the how to sleep faster video, but your comment: it made me think really. First of all, why are you wanting to sleep in history class and and how can you fall asleep in a class? I’Ve never understood that and secondly, during class, you need to be learning. You need to be getting all that information in your brain, so you can use it later on in life. So please don’t fall asleep in class and I really doubt you will to fall asleep in class. But what you need to do is you to follow my tips, so you’re able to sleep easier at night time and then you’ll, wake up full of energy and then even go to class and learn everything and get amazing grades. But, thank you. Can you comment? Eddie Stephenson, it amazes me the number of folks give an inhaler without any training in its use. Only to complain this medicine is not helping fantastic video Eddie. Thank you for your comment. Thank you for this fantastic comment. Actually, it really got my attention and i think you really hit the nail on the head with this one. This is from the how to use a spacer video and how to use an inhaler video and it’s right. If you’re, not using your inhaler right, you’re, not getting the right amount of medicine in the right area, that’s meant to go. So what is it going to mean it’s going to mean that your asthma is gon na, be less controlled? It’S gon na mean you’re going to have more exacerbations, so you might even have to go visit hospital more often. So we need to learn to use our inhalers properly, because I think 90 % of us aren’t using our inhalers properly, so we’re doing one or two things wrong, even though every single patient thinks that they know everything about inhalers because they’ve been using it for 5 10 20 years, but it’s always room for improvement, but also speaking of this, a lot of practices now are kind of using my videos. I know this for a fact and they’re kind of sending links via text message or SMS to patients to watch the video and learn more about it, because it’s quite difficult to counsel the patient on how to use inhaler in one go. Because if I was to sit with a patient in this room, lets say, for example, and explain to them how to use your inhaler. I guarantee you they might take one or two things and remember it, but a lot of that they’ll forget and then they will start using their inhaler wrong and not getting the right amount of medicine into their lungs, which is why video was so useful and which Is why I love YouTube so much because I’m able to put this video on there for other people to watch and learn and it can rewind it play that bit again and watch it over and over again until they become inhaler Pro. But thank you for your comment. I really liked it once again. It looks like we ran out of time. I really enjoyed it to write some of your comments this week and if I missed your comment, I am really sorry. We get so many comments. So it’s quite easy to miss a few. So if I did miss it, please leave another comment. 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