It all depends on how much fluid you drink, but anywhere from 3-7 times is fine.
Urinary output is dependent on many factors, such as intake, age, health conditions In a normal, healthy adult, your body should pretty much match its output with its intake. That is, what goes in, should come out in pretty much the same volume.
Many times, normal behavior is behavior that is considered typical of well-adjusted, mentally healthy people within one's own culture. Normal behavior is also subjective and varies by person and situation. What is considered normal behavior for one person may not be normal for another person.
For someone with a healthy digestive system, up to three bowel movements a day is considered normal. On average, people go once or twice per day.
The color that is healthy and the normal for discharge is either white and thick or clear at times.
30 times .
Only your doctor can tell you if you are healthy. If you eat a healthy diet, drink lots of water and exercise several times a week then you should be healthy. If you have concerns about your health then you should see your doctor.
No, not at all! Junk food is very unhealty (it is "junk", essentially, as the name says) and should only be eaten rarely or as a special treat. At all other times, a person should strive to have a healthy, well-balanced, and nutritious diet.
I could be for one person and not for another.
Anywhere from once every 3 days to 3 times per day is considered the normal range. Well,the average time a human poo's a day is 1 to 2 times.But if your pooing over 3 times a day you should see a docter especilly if it is freaquent or watery or even have blood it may be serious. Mainly 1 - 2 times a day.Sometimes three. For some peeps 1 - 3 poo's a day is normal.
That is fine and healthy
The best way to answer this question is with a normal range, since there is variation from person to person. The normal range for daily pooping is from three times a day to once every three days. Therefore, it would be fair to say that the average person poops about once a day. When someone poops four times a day or more and the poop has a liquid consistency, this is referred to as diarrhea. When someone poops less than two or three days a week and the poop is hard, dry, and difficult to pass, this is known as constipation.
Bowel movement frequency varies from person to person, and changes throughout their lifecycle. Typically, a healthy human's range should be anything between three times a day to once every three days according to WebMD.