Many water-related issues have been addressed for years. On average, how much water to drink per day, the negative effects of thirst on the human body, and many other things. How reliable is the water we drink?
To call a water clean water or potable water, it may not be enough just to look at its clarity and smell. This judgment requires more detailed analysis and deeper information. Water may contain many impurities. The most important and invisible danger is heavy metal pollution. When heavy metals accumulate in the body, it can cause various diseases and even death.
Some heavy metals are present in trace amounts in the body. Lack of such excess can also cause problems. It is necessary to pay attention to the amount, type and structure of the heavy metal in order to ensure that the heavy metals in the waters are harmful or harmless. We do not take heavy metals to our body only with drinking water. Consuming living organisms in water can also lead to heavy metal intake in the body.
In recent studies, it has been concluded that cancer diseases and poisonings are caused by heavy metals in drinking water. In order to prevent the accumulation of certain heavy metals in the body, it is recommended to change the drinking water periodically and use of different brands.
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