Initial symptoms include having to urinate, and vomiting.
Drinking too much water can lead to a condition known as water intoxication and to a related problem resulting from the dilution of sodium in the body, hyponatremia. Water intoxication is most commonly seen in infants under six months of age and sometimes in athletes. A baby can get water intoxication as a result of drinking several bottles of water a day or from drinking infant formula that has been diluted too much. Athletes can also suffer from water intoxication. Athletes sweat heavily, losing both water and electrolytes.
Water intoxication and hyponatremia result when a dehydrated person drinks too much water without the accompanying electrolyte. Death can result.
My friend, one can have too much of anything ! Too much water and you drown. Too much sun and you burn. Everything in moderation; your wonderful God-given body should tell you when it has had enough. Blessings !
If you drink too much water you may suffer water toxicity which can be fatal.
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You should drink as much water as you can. And continuing to drink a lot of water can prevent future ones, too.
If you drink too much beer, you get drunk.
You need to drink some water but do not drink too much water, no more than 2 L.
They mainly drink water, but some cats drink milk too.
Too much water can kill you, but it is not too easy. If you continually drink water, your bladder could internally explode if you don't go pee. it is not always a fast process. You have to drink a LOT of water for that to happen and hold it for awhile though.
you feel like that because you are drinking too much water a day