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Nearly half of people worldwide do not get the recommended daily total water intake, a new report indicates

Yet drinking enough water may help to delay the aging process for many.

A recent study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) published in eBioMedicine suggests as much — though there are caveats to know.

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"The results suggest that proper hydration may slow down aging and prolong a disease-free life," said Natalia Dmitrieva, PhD, a study author and researcher in theLaboratory of Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, in a news release.

The researchers looked at the link between sodium levels in blood and certain health markers — and explained that blood sodium levels increased when fluid intake decreased.

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Staying well-hydrated is associated with better health, fewer chronic conditions and longer life, a new study suggests. Fox News Digital talked to several physicians, who shared some key caveats. (iStock)

Adults who had serum sodium levels at the higher end of a normal range were more likely to die at a younger age.

They were also more likely to develop chronic conditions and show signs of advanced biological aging, compared to those whose levels were in the medium ranges, the NIH report said.

The study's authors explained that hydration plays a role in serum sodium levels.

A normal serum sodium range should be between 135-146 milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L), according to the NIH release.

The study's authors explained that hydration plays a role in serum sodium levels.

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"Decreased body water content is the most common factor that increases serum sodium, which is why the results suggest that staying well-hydrated may slow down the aging process and prevent or delay chronic disease," they said.

The team collected data from 11,255 participants over a 30-year period.

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Staying well-hydrated was also associated with better health, fewer chronic conditions and longer life, a new study said. (iStock)

The NIH release indicated that the team found that serum sodium greater than 142mmol/l for those who are middle-aged is associated with a 39% increased risk of developing chronic diseases — and up to a 64% increased associated risk for developing dementia and chronic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, atrial fibrillation,heart failure, andperipheral artery disease.

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Randomized, controlled trials are needed to determine if the optimal amount of fluid intake can help prevent disease and promote healthy aging.

Staying well-hydrated was also associated with better health, fewer chronic conditions and longer life, the study said.

The researchers also found that participants with serum sodium levels above 144 mEq/L had a 50% increased risk of being "biologically older" than their actual age — while those around the 142 mEq/L mark had up to a 15% increased risk, compared to those who had ranges between 137 and 142 mEq/L

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Adults with levels between144.5 and 146 mEq/L presented a 21% increased risk of premature death compared to those with ranges between 137-142 mEq/L, the NIH report also said.

The study's authors found that adults with serum sodium levels between 138-140 mEq/L had the lowest risk of developing chronic disease.

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The correlations found in the study can be helpful in guiding an individual’s behavioral habits and be informative to clinicians,theresearchers said. (iStock)

The NIH release, however, noted that the researchers' findings do not prove a causal effect — and that randomized, controlled trials are needed to determine if the optimal amount of fluid intake can help prevent disease and promote healthy aging.

The researchers said the correlations found in the study can be helpful in guiding an individual’s behavioral habits and be informative to clinicians.

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"People whose serum sodium is 142 mEq/L or higher would benefit from [an] evaluation of their fluid intake," Dmitrieva said in the NIH release.

It is important for people to discuss with a physician how much water intake is appropriate for them and their individual situations.

People can increase their fluid intake with water as well as with juices, vegetables and fruits with high water content, she said in the release.

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Health experts said certain medical conditions could also affect fluid intake or a need for fluid restriction — so it is important for people to discuss with a physician how much water intake is appropriate for them and their individual situations.

"The goal is to ensure patients are taking in enough fluids, while assessing factors, like medications, that may lead to fluid loss," said Manfred Boehm, M.D., a study author and director of the Laboratory of Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine, in the NIH release.

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"The authors’ findings are in keeping with advice many of us received from our mothers — drink six to eight glasses of water every day," said one physician. (iStock)

Boehm also said in the release, "Doctors may also need to defer to a patient’s current treatment plan, such as limiting fluid intake for heart failure."

Deepak L. Bhatt, M.D., MPH, is director of Mount Sinai Heart Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System in New York City. He was not part of the study, but he told Fox News Digital that the findings were interesting and provocative.

"The authors’ findings are in keeping with advice many of us received from our mothers — drink six to eight glasses of water every day," he said.

"Staying well-hydrated is probably a good idea, though for the average healthy person, I wouldn’t say to drink more water unless you are thirsty."

"More recently, that conventional wisdom has been challenged, with experts instead recommending drinking water only when actually thirsty and not on a schedule."

Bhatt cautioned, "Older adults or those with some degree of dementia … may lose their sense of thirst — and in those situations, more scheduled water consumption can sometimes be useful."

Bhatt, who is also a professor of cardiovascular medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System, pointed out that the investigators examined sodium levels — and it was not a direct study of the amount of daily water intake.

"To prove that drinking more water actually improves health would require a gold-standard, randomized trial," he said.

"Bottom line: Staying well-hydrated is probably a good idea, though for the average healthy person, I wouldn’t say to drink more water unless you are thirsty," he added.

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When more people are working from home today, said one health professional, it's perhaps "more important not to lose track of time and to make sure you are getting enough water to stay well-hydrated." (iStock)

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"Perhaps, in this peri-pandemic period where some people may be working from home and glued to a computer, it is more important not to lose track of time and to make sure you are getting enough water to stay well-hydrated."

Dr. Marzena Gieniusz, an internist and geriatrician in the Department of Medicine and Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at Northwell Health in New York, told Fox News Digital, "An important thing to take from this study is that more research needs to be done to understand the dynamics between hydration and aging, and how to best optimize hydration in the setting of various conditions, and on an individual level to improve health and outcomes."

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She added, "The findings of this study do not prove a causal effect — andmore hydrationisnotsynonymous withbetterhydration, healthier aging and better outcomes for everyone. This is important to understand."

Dr. Gieniusz, also an assistant professor at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, said as well, "Optimal hydration depends on the individual and the body’s needs, which are affected by various factors including, but not limited to, activity level, medical conditions, weather, etc."

She noted, "When it comes to recommendations about how much water or fluids we should drink, it depends on the individual.The standard 6-8 cups per day does not apply to everyone."

"The body is designed to self-regulate and maintain balance — although self-regulation and maintaining balance becomes more challenging as we get older."

Added Gieniusz, "The human body is very complex — and we are still learning how the various systems work independently and interact with each other, including the system of using and balancing salt and fluids in the body."

She said, "We do know that the body is impressively designed to self-regulate and maintain balance — although self-regulation and maintaining balance becomes more challenging as we get older."

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For example, she said, "with aging, we often experience a decline in our thirst sensation, so older adults may drink [fewer] fluids, which may increase their risk of fluid depletion or dehydration — and that can sometimes lead to complications. Yet sometimes it can actually be a good thing."

She added, "Certain medical conditions (e.g. heart failure), which are more common in older adults, may benefit from limiting fluid and/or salt intake, and some patients even take medications to rid the body of water in order to better manage their medical conditions."

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The current guidelines from the National Academies of Medicine suggest women should drink 6-9 cups (1.5-2.2 liters) daily and men should drink 8-12 cups (2-3 liters) daily, according to the release.

Amy McGorry is a contributing health reporter for Fox News Digital. Follow her on Twitter @amymcgorry.

FAQs

Why drinking enough water is the key to healthy aging? ›

Researchers say that as people age, they need to drink more water to compensate for changes in their body temperature regulation. They say dehydration can cause a number of ailments, including muscle pain, fatigue, and heat exhaustion.

What factors are the most significant influences of health in aging? ›

Although some of the variations in older people's health are genetic, most is due to people's physical and social environments – including their homes, neighbourhoods, and communities, as well as their personal characteristics – such as their sex, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.

What are the benefits your body experiences from drinking the recommended amount of water? ›

7 Science-Based Health Benefits of Drinking Enough Water
  • Helps maximize physical performance. ...
  • Significantly affects energy levels and brain function. ...
  • May help prevent and treat headaches. ...
  • May help relieve constipation. ...
  • May help treat kidney stones. ...
  • Helps prevent hangovers. ...
  • Can aid weight loss.

How much water should elderly drink per day? ›

How much water do you need to stay hydrated? As a general rule, you should take one-third of your body weight and drink that number of ounces in fluids. For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, aim to drink 50 ounces of water each day.

Why does drinking water make you look younger? ›

FACT 4: WATER SUPPORTS COLLAGEN IN YOUR SKIN

The connective tissues that give youthful skin its bounce and elasticity need water to function properly and repair themselves. Someone who's seriously dehydrated loses skin elasticity.

What are 3 benefits of drinking enough water? ›

Getting enough water every day is important for your health. Drinking water can prevent dehydration, a condition that can cause unclear thinking, result in mood change, cause your body to overheat, and lead to constipation and kidney stones.

What are the three common components of positive healthy aging? ›

Successful aging helps make all of that possible, keeping you healthy and active.
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How to Age Successfully Based on the 3 Key Components
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  • Get Enough Sleep. ...
  • Don't Ignore Chronic Pain.

What are the three powerful steps towards healthy aging? ›

Stay Connected
  • Get moving: Exercise and physical activity.
  • Healthy eating: Make smart food choices.
  • Getting a good night's sleep.
  • Quit smoking.
  • Alcohol and other substances.
  • Go to the doctor regularly.
  • Social isolation and loneliness.
  • Stress.
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What is one of the four factors key to successful aging? ›

Kim and Park (12) conducted a meta-analysis of the correlates of successful ageing and they identified that four domains describing successful ageing were; avoiding disease and disability, having high cognitive, mental and physical function, being actively engage in life, and being psychologically well adapted in later ...

What are the 5 most important reasons to drink water? ›

Top 5 Benefits of Drinking Water
  1. Increases Energy & Relieves Fatigue. Since your brain is mostly water, drinking it helps you think, focus and concentrate better and be more alert. ...
  2. Promotes Weight Loss. ...
  3. Flushes Out Toxins. ...
  4. Improves Skin Complexion. ...
  5. Maintains Regularity.

What happens when you start drinking more water daily? ›

When you drink too much water, your kidneys can't get rid of the excess water. The sodium content of your blood becomes diluted. This is called hyponatremia and it can be life-threatening.

What are the five most important reason to drink water? ›

Drinking Water Helps Maintain the Balance of Body Fluids.

The functions of these bodily fluids include digestion, absorption, circulation, creation of saliva, transportation of nutrients, and maintenance of body temperature.

How much water should an 80 year old drink a day? ›

How to prevent dehydration in older adults? Experts generally recommend that older adults consume at least 1.7 liters of fluid per 24 hours. This corresponds to 57.5 fluid ounces, or 7.1 cups.

How many glasses of water should a 70 year old drink? ›

You should aim for 6 to 8 glasses of fluid a day. Here are some simple tips for making sure you reach your goal and get enough water. Sip on drinks throughout the day. Get a reusable water bottle with a straw and fill it with plain water.

What happens when seniors don't drink enough water? ›

Severe dehydration can lead to confusion, weakness, urinary tract infections, pneumonia, bedsores in bedridden patients, and other serious conditions. Drinking enough fluids helps the body digest food, eliminate waste, regulate temperature through sweating, and maintain blood pressure.

Can you reverse wrinkles with water? ›

Spritz Wrinkles Away With Water

It's insane how well this works: Fill a spray bottle with water, spritz the wrinkled garment, and either hang or lay it flat and smooth it out using your hands. As the water dries, the wrinkles will disappear.

Does water help slow aging? ›

A new study highlighted just how important it is to drink water. Not just for your current health, but down the road too. The study found proper hydration can slow down aging and lower your risk of chronic diseases. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) looked at serum sodium data from 11,000 people over 30 years.

Will drinking water help with sagging skin? ›

Do you have sagging skin from weight loss or from aging? A great way to help tighten the skin around your jawline, stomach, arms, and legs is to drink more water. That's because water helps improve skin elasticity, making it bounce back from sagging.

Why is it good to put lemon in your water? ›

Like all produce, lemons contain phytonutrients, which protect your body against disease. These phytonutrients have powerful antioxidant properties, which prevent cell damage from oxidation, the same mechanism that causes rust. Juice half a lemon into your water and you'll add a mere 6 calories to your diet.

What is the healthiest form of water your body needs? ›

Mineral, structured, and pure spring water are some of the healthiest water you can drink because they're clean and contain all the essential minerals your body needs. Filtered water removes contaminants but might also remove essential minerals.

What happens to your body when you drink water? ›

The water we drink is absorbed by the intestines, and circulated throughout the body in the form of body fluids such as blood. These perform various functions that keep us alive. They deliver oxygen and nutrients to the cells, and take away waste materials, which are then eliminated with urination.

What are the 3 most important factors to improve to maintain good health? ›

Everyone knows that eating a balanced diet, exercising and getting plenty of rest are key to maintaining good health.

How do you stay healthy when aging? ›

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  7. Quit smoking and decrease alcohol consumption. ...
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Which are the 3 most important factors for good health? ›

So just what are the most important factors for establishing optimum health. Studies indicate that the following five factors make the biggest difference in overall health and wellness: 1) diet; 2) rest; 3) exercise; 4) posture; and 5) avoiding the use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco.

What promotes successful aging? ›

Rowe and Kahn stated that successful aging involved three main factors: (1) being free of disability or disease, (2) having high cognitive and physical abilities, and (3) interacting with others in meaningful ways.

What makes older people happy? ›

Older adults who focus on what they can do and find rewarding, rather than any decline in abilities, are happier. According to a study in The Gerontologist, accepting aging and adapting to age-related changes is vital to successful aging and well-being. 2. Stay socially connected.

What happens to your body in your 70s? ›

Your Bones, Joints, and Muscles

Your muscles get weaker, and the tendons -- which connect muscles to your skeleton -- get stiffer. This will decrease your strength and flexibility. In your 70s, you might lose an inch or two off your height as disks in your back flatten.

What is the root cause of aging? ›

Such causes of aging include but are not limited to oxidative stress, glycation, telomere shortening, side reactions, mutations, aggregation of proteins, etc. In other words, it is the progressive damage to these structures and functions that we perceive and characterize as aging.

What is the biggest factor in aging? ›

Exposure to light is a top cause of premature aging: Sun exposure causes many skin problems. Ultraviolet (UV) light and exposure to sunlight age your skin more quickly than it would age naturally. The result is called photoaging, and it's responsible for 90% of visible changes to your skin.

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What happens to your body when you don't drink water? ›

Water also contributes to regular bowel function, optimal muscle performance, and clear, youthful-looking skin. However, failing to drink enough water can cause dehydration and adverse symptoms, including fatigue, headache, weakened immunity, and dry skin.

Is drinking a lot of water good for your kidneys? ›

Water helps the kidneys remove wastes from your blood in the form of urine. Water also helps keep your blood vessels open so that blood can travel freely to your kidneys, and deliver essential nutrients to them. But if you become dehydrated, then it is more difficult for this delivery system to work.

What are 20 benefits of drinking water? ›

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  • Prevents constipation.
  • Aids digestion.
  • Supports kidneys health.
  • Boosts skin health.
  • Makes you work out better.
  • Improves mood.
  • Keeps you energized.
  • Helps you lose weight.

What happens when you drink water before bed? ›

Drinking water before bed can increase the amount of times you need to urinate at night. Your urine output decreases at night, allowing you to sleep six to eight hours without interruption. Drinking a glass or two of water before bed can change this cycle. Sleep deprivation can also adversely affect your heart health.

Do you live longer if you drink more water? ›

Living longer through better hydration

According to The Harvard Gazette, adopting healthy lifestyle habits like drinking water regularly can increase your life expectancy by as much as 12 to 14 years.

What happens when you start drinking a gallon of water a day? ›

An intake of a gallon a day means fewer instances of dry mouth because the body can produce saliva. Being sufficiently hydrated also alleviates dryness in the nose and throat because of the production of helpful mucus.

How long does it take to flush your body with water? ›

Unlike foods, water can be “digested” in as little as 5 minutes. Excess water leaves your body through urination and feces but is also excreted by sweating. Your body uses water for many of its daily processes, and since it passes through your body so quickly, it's important to stay hydrated.

Why is water essential for life? ›

Water is essential for life because: Water forms the major component of a living organism. It plays a vital role as all the metabolic processes required for growth and development requires a liquid medium. Most of the reactions occur when the substances are in the dissolved state.

Why is water so important to life? ›

Around 60 percent of our body is made up of water and we can only live three to five days without fluids. Water plays many important roles in the body including flushing waste from the body, regulating body temperature, transportation of nutrients and is necessary for digestion.

Does the water in coffee count as water intake? ›

Here is one more reason to enjoy that morning cup of joe: “Coffee counts toward your daily water intake,” says Lauren DeWolf, MS, RD, a registered dietitian with Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers. The water in coffee, tea and other caffeinated beverages helps us meet our daily fluid needs.

How Often Should seniors drink water? ›

How much water do you need to stay hydrated? As a general rule, you should take one-third of your body weight and drink that number of ounces in fluids. For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, aim to drink 50 ounces of water each day.

Does tea count as water intake? ›

The Eatwell Guide says we should drink 6 to 8 cups or glasses of fluid a day. Water, lower-fat milk and sugar-free drinks, including tea and coffee, all count.

How much milk should seniors drink a day? ›

Drinking at least three servings of milk or eating dairy foods each day is a good way for seniors, like Doris, to get vitamin D and calcium, and protein.

Can a senior drink too much water? ›

Elderly persons are less able to excrete a water load than younger persons and therefore might be more prone to develop a dilutional hyponatremia (water intoxication) with excessive water (5). Patients with congestive heart failure, hypoproteinemia, and liver or renal disease would be at increased risk.

Why seniors should drink more water? ›

Hydration is vital because it keeps electrolytes balanced, blood volume normal, aids in digestion, transportation of nutrients, and kidney functioning. And if your elderly loved one becomes dehydrated, they have the added risk of mental confusion.

Why don't elderly drink water? ›

Researchers have long since discovered that, as people age, their desire to drink water seems to decline. That's supported by scientific evidence, which shows that older adults' brains respond differently to thirst. This may explain why keeping seniors hydrated can be challenging.

How long can an 80 year old go without water? ›

The body requires a large amount of water to perform numerous vital functions, such as maintaining an internal temperature balance and keeping cells alive. As a general rule, a person can survive for approximately three days without water.

Does water intake affect aging? ›

"Staying well-hydrated may slow down aging, prevent or delay development of chronic diseases, and therefore prolong disease-free life," said lead investigator Natalia Dmitrieva, a researcher from the Laboratory of Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine at the U.S. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

Is hydration the key to anti aging? ›

Actively staying hydrated is extremely important in following an anti-ageing skin care routine, as drinking enough water makes your skin glow. Our skin is the largest organ in our body. Regular and plentiful water consumption can improve the colour and texture of your skin by ensuring cell turnaround time is optimal.

What happens when elderly don't drink enough water? ›

Severe dehydration can lead to confusion, weakness, urinary tract infections, pneumonia, bedsores in bedridden patients, and other serious conditions. Drinking enough fluids helps the body digest food, eliminate waste, regulate temperature through sweating, and maintain blood pressure.

What happens when you drink water everyday? ›

When you drink too much water, your kidneys can't get rid of the excess water. The sodium content of your blood becomes diluted. This is called hyponatremia and it can be life-threatening.

What happens when you start drinking enough water? ›

You'll feel less hungry and may even lose weight. You'll probably experience more comfortable digestion (less heartburn). Bowel movements might be easier and more regular. Your teeth and gums will be healthier and more resilient.

Does drinking water help Crepey skin? ›

If the outermost layer of the epidermis doesn't contain enough water, skin will lose elasticity and feel rough. Despite this connection, however, there's a lack of research showing that drinking extra water has any impact on skin hydration or appearance.

What is the secret to stop aging? ›

Get enough sleep, protect your skin with sunscreen, eat a balanced diet, exercise, and manage your stress. Those are only some of the many ways you can take care of your body as you go through the natural process of aging. If you take care of yourself, your body will thank you in the long run.

What is the best cream for deep wrinkles around the mouth? ›

One of the best treatments for wrinkles around the mouth is night cream formulated with retinol, as it works alongside the skin's natural production of collagen. No7 Pure Retinol Night Cream helps to visibly smooth the appearance of wrinkles around the mouth and face in just two weeks.

What to drink to help with aging? ›

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  • Green or White tea – Both of these teas contain catechins, which is great if you are trying to fight signs of age. ...
  • Red wine – Who doesn't enjoy a glass of red wine at the end of the day?

What happens when elderly drink too much water? ›

Elderly persons are less able to excrete a water load than younger persons and therefore might be more prone to develop a dilutional hyponatremia (water intoxication) with excessive water (5). Patients with congestive heart failure, hypoproteinemia, and liver or renal disease would be at increased risk.

What happens when you go from drinking no water to a lot? ›

Dehydration shows up on your face in the form of dry, ashy skin that seems less radiant, plump and elastic. Fatigue. If you're not replenishing your fluid intake, your energy levels could plummet and you could experience fatigue and brain fog.

Can Crepey skin be reversed? ›

A plastic surgeon can remove the crepey looking skin, giving your body a more tightened appearance. Crepey skin shouldn't dictate how you see yourself in the mirror when there are so many options to improve its appearance.

How do you get rid of Crepey skin? ›

Dermatological treatments that can treat crepey skin include:
  1. Topical retinoid. Either in a cream or gel, retinoids encourage exfoliation and speed cell turnover. ...
  2. Fractional laser treatment (Fraxel) ...
  3. Ultrasound (Ulthera) ...
  4. Cryolipolysis (CoolSculpting) ...
  5. Fillers.

What food helps with wrinkles? ›

Here are 10 of the best anti-aging foods to nourish your body for a glow that comes from within.
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