When water can help with water bongs
When water is too hard to drink, you might consider using water-soluble vitamins to help relieve dehydration, experts say.
Dr. John A. DeAngelis, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, says water-absorbing vitamins like vitamin B6, vitamin D3 and vitamin E can help keep the body hydrated.
If you’re thirsty, he says, you can try adding water to a water banger.
You can then fill the water tank with water and drink it with a spoon.
The idea is that the water is so soft that it can soak up excess water, giving you more energy and hydration, he explains.
But that doesn’t mean you should take them for everything.
There are also a few downsides to using water for everything, says Dr. De Angelis.
For example, you’re not going to see results as quickly with water-in-a-bottle supplements, he points out.
They’re not absorbed as quickly, he adds.
Another downside to using vitamin supplements is that they may have side effects, he notes.
The most common side effect is a dry mouth, so if you’re drinking lots of water, you may want to drink plenty of ice cubes, he suggests.
And the downside is that if you have any health problems, like a heart condition or a chronic disease, the vitamins can interfere with the body’s natural healing process, De Angeles says.
So, don’t rely on them too much.
Dr De Angelos says that vitamin supplements can be helpful for people who have certain types of chronic illnesses, such as hypertension, diabetes or kidney disease.
If you’re already using some sort of prescription medication, there’s no need to take a vitamin supplement, he stresses.
Some of the benefits of water-bongbing include:When it comes to water-tasting, vitamin B-12 is the most common water-based vitamin, according to the American Dental Association.
It’s found in foods, including meats, fish, poultry and eggs.
In the U.S., the amount of vitamin B12 in a cup of water is about 1.6 milligrams, which is less than 0.01 milligram of vitamin D2, according the FDA.
Vitamin B12 is a fat-solubilizing vitamin that helps the body absorb food and is a form of vitamin A.