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People who do not drink sufficient water each day are at danger of contracting a serious disease, according to experts.

Scientists advise people to drink six to eight glasses of water every day in order to reduce their chance of developing heart failure.

Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to adequately pump blood throughout the body, typically as a result of the heart becoming weak or stiff.

It is a Long Term disease- that worsens over the time.

Drinking adequate water and staying hydrated, in a similar way to lowering salt intake, are measures to strengthen our hearts and may help minimise long-term risks for heart disease.

Early data show that maintaining enough hydration may assist to prevent or halt the course of abnormalities inside the heart that can contribute to heart failure in some people.

Fluids — whether they be water, tea, or squash – are important for a variety of biological activities, including the effective pumping of blood by the heart and other organs.

The researchers recommended a daily fluid intake of 6-8 cups for women and 8-12 cups for men.

Regular exercise, quitting smoking, consuming alcohol and caffeine in moderation, and eating a nutritious diet are all recommended by doctors as ways to maintain a healthy heart.

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