A reason that can lead to an increased risk of death is related to water.
Scientists have found that insufficient water intake is associated with an increased risk of death.
The journal EBioMedicine notes that adults who don’t drink enough water can age quickly and have a 20 percent higher risk of death than others.
Researchers have linked insufficient water intake to shortened life expectancy. They came to this conclusion based on an analysis of data from 11,000 people who participated in this study, where they found that people with a sodium concentration in the body above 142 mmol per liter were 50 percent more prone to rapid aging.
And it turns out that the risk of death of these people increases by 20 percent. This appears to be associated with a risk of fatal diseases, including heart failure, stroke, diabetes, dementia, and chronic lung disease.
Source: Linta. RU