When Not To Drink Water

WOMEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE | on Mon, Mar 20, 1:13 PM

It's incredibly rare, but it's possible to drink so much water you put your health at risk. If you chug enough to dilute your body's natural balance of salt, you can become too low in sodium, a condition known as hyponatremia[1]. Endurance athletes[2], for example, may be tempted to keep on sipping all throughout a marathon (or after), leading to cell swelling that can cause nausea, vomiting, seizures, and even death. (Here's how much water to drink every day, plus 4 other healthy habits you'...

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