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How Long Does It Take To Rehydrate Your Body?

how to rehydrate your body


Water!! It is an important part of our daily life. You can go a week without food but you can’t live without water, right!! As most of us know that our body contains 60% of water. So, to keep our body in good shape we need to intake water regularly. Proper hydration is important for your body’s performance and health. And if you are an athlete, it is more important to keep yourself hydrated.


Water body balance poster. Daily intake of water for adult person.

But, sometimes due to health problems you might get dehydrated. Or sometimes you might be busy at work and forget to take a sip of water. Reasons are different depending upon the situation, right!! But, whatever will be the reason, you might know how long your body will take to rehydrate your body.

  1. Why hydration is important:

As per our body structure, each of our body cells, tissues and muscles need water to run properly and efficiently. Drinking water helps your body to maintain the balance of body fluids. Your body is composed of about 60% water. The functions of these bodily fluids include digestion, absorption, circulation, the creation of saliva, transportation of nutrients and maintenance of body temperature. Also, drinking adequate amounts of water helps your body to regulate the body temperature.


  1. What to do for rehydration

The rehydration process depends upon how much your body is dehydrated. Because if your body is dehydrated a little, you need to take water intake on a regular basis. But, if your body dehydrates more than expected, you might need to take water with an electrolyte powder. The amount of water for most adults is six to eight 8 glasses per day. If you are athletes or doing exercise regularly, you might need some extra intake.

  1. How long will it take to rehydrate?


If you become a little bit dehydrated, it might not take more time (hardly 1-2 day) to rehydrate. But, if you become more than little dehydrated, it will take more days to recover. You might need to take a rest along with water intake on a regular basis. A recent study shows that mildly dehydrated individuals (both males and females) of around 25 years of age, need to drink 600 ml of water in 45 minutes to become fully hydrated.


Once you rehydrate, you need to make sure that you keep yourself hydrated. Remember, to stay healthy and keep your mind and muscles in good shape, you need to keep your body hydrated!!! So, keep yourself healthy and drink water regularly!!!

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