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The Dangers of Insecure Water Supplies

 So how much water should you drink? Enough to replenish what you lose each day through perspiration, urination or breathing. And your thirst for water increases: in hot or humid weather. Even when you're doing light exercise, like jogging or walking. With vigorous exercise, like sports, your heart rate and tolerance for high-intensity exercises increases

Some doctors say that you should limit yourself to no more than two liters (six ounces) of water per day. That may be good enough for some people, but it's not good enough for me. I'd add another two to three ounces to my drinking, for a total of ten to twelve ounces (not counting the water from my bottle). The amount of liquid that I put into my body depends on how I'm going to use it. If I'm just going to be sitting down, I'll probably need less water than if I'm going to be exercising.

When I was a college student, my roommate and I used to go out drinking contaminated water, which is not the best thing for your body. So one night, I stopped drinking contaminated water altogether and began drinking tap water. So I've been dealing with this decision for several years now. I'm very conscious of my health and I don't want to ingest any harmful substances. I also drink mostly purified bottled water, so there's absolutely no danger with my drinking. However, I do notice that whenever I do consume some tap water, I tend to get a little dizzy.

There are several reasons for why this happens to me. I don't remember exactly what it was, but it was probably something to do with the contamination of the water supply. When you take into consideration the contaminants in drinking water, there are a number of different things that can cause this to happen. As a general rule, if you're drinking water that is contaminated by at least two different contaminants, this will typically make you dizzy. Obviously, if the contaminants are highly filtered, you won't experience any effects at all.

One of the most common contaminants that cause people to become dizzy when drinking contaminated water is radioactive waste. Radioactive waste can remain inactive in the water for years. Even if it's removed and cleaned up, it will still accumulate in the water. Over time, this radioactive waste can come into contact with various contaminants and become ionized. This is when people start getting strange symptoms.

If you live in an area that supplies well water safety, you're probably aware that you should filter your drinking water. The drinking water that you get from wells is usually much purer than what you might find in your kitchen sink. However, since people in rural areas are sometimes not able to afford to filter their own water, they have resorted to purchasing bottled water. Bottled water, though is full of all sorts of contaminants that bottling companies don't want you to know about.

Some of the most common contaminants found in bottled water sources are herbicides and pesticides. These two substances have been banned in some states in the US, but still, find their way into the water system. They end up seeping into the waterways and contaminating the groundwater. This contaminated water ends up becoming another source of unhealthy toxins for the public.

A number of different pesticides, herbicides and other contaminants find their way into the water supplies. Nitrates, which are often used in feed for livestock, are particularly dangerous since they increase the levels of nitrogen that plants and animals metabolize. Many people end up getting sick each year because they are constantly exposed to contaminated water supplies.