When middle-aged people suffer from a certain disease, how much water they need to drink and how to choose drinking time are very important, and different diseases pay attention to different ways of drinking water.
- Patients with coronary heart disease and hypertension. In addition to the normal drinking water, drinking about 200 ml of water on an empty stomach before and in the morning can dilute the blood, reduce the viscosity of the blood and reduce the incidence of the disease.
- Patients with gallstones, gout and kidney stones. A large amount of drinking water is needed. It is better to keep drinking water above 2000-3000 ml every day. For patients with gout, this can reduce the concentration of uric acid and increase the excretion of uric acid; for patients with gallstones and kidney stones, it can increase the chance of stone excretion.
- Patients with cardiorenal insufficiency. Record the amount of water in and out, control the water intake properly according to the condition, and never drink at will to avoid increasing the burden of heart and kidney and aggravating the condition.
- Long term constipation. In the morning, when you have an empty stomach, drink 260-450 ml of lukewarm saline, which can promote gastrointestinal peristalsis and facilitate the smooth defecation.
- Diabetic patients. The symptoms of polydipsia and polyuria will appear. At this time, water should not be limited. Otherwise, the metabolism disorder of water and electrolyte in the body will be aggravated, the osmotic pressure in the blood will increase, and even lead to hyperosmotic coma. The patients with diabetes should be treated comprehensively. After the blood sugar drops, the patients will naturally not drink more and thirsty