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What Would Happen if You Didn't Drink Water

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Vocabulary of the body (lungs, heart, kidney etc) while watching a video about why water is needed in the body.
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Vocabulary of the body (lungs, heart, kidney etc) while watching a video about why water is needed in the body.
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4 minutes 52 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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grammar
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
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This resource is intended for:Adults
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15/06/2020
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1. Fill the gap.
Water is virtually everywhere, from soil moisture and ice caps, to theinside our own bodies.
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The H20 in our bodies works to cushion and lubricate joints, regulate temperature, and to nourish theand spinal cord.
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are more similar to an apple at 83.
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At first detection of low water levels, sensory receptors in the brain's hypothalamus signal the release of antidiuretic
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When it reached the,
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Athletes are often the victims of over - hydration because of complications in regulating water levels in extremeconditions.
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In severe cases , thecan't keep up with the resulting volumes of dilute urine.
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Now, the consensus is that the amount of water we need to imbibe depends largely on ourand environment.
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7 liters for women, a range that is pushed up or down if we areactive, old, or overheating.
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Studies have shown that optimalcan lower the chance of stroke,
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