What is the risk of contaminated water?

In the 21st century, the theme of a healthy lifestyle and all the regularities that are associated with it has become even more timely and desirable. You can even say that how we live and how we care for our body - began to dictate the rhythm of the world, to value it. More and more often we live more actively, eat healthier and care for adequate supplementation, we are more and more aware, responsible for ourselves, for our loved ones and our common surroundings. Are we sure that we fully protect ourselves, as well as other inhabitants of the earth from diseases, bacteria, disabilities and even death? Probably not entirely, because in a busy world in which each of us has duties, plans and dreams, we forget about what should be the most important for us. Nature - after this we walk, we draw from it, we live in it, it surrounds us, and thanks to it we breathe and live. The natural environment, as we know, is in a very poor condition precisely through human action, its development and inability to rationally deal with, e.g. waste, its irresponsibility, recklessness, lack of empathy and civil courage. We must realize that we will not provide safety and health to anyone, especially ourselves, when we continue to deal with the natural environment in such bestial manner - especially in the context of waters.

Water pollution

  The degree of water pollution in the world is currently one of the highest levels in history - what does this mean for us? Let's think about what we use water for every day, are we able to cope without it? Well, definitely not! Water accompanies us even in the simplest everyday activities, such as: washing hands, bathing, cleaning, bathroom visits. We use water to brew tea and to cook. It’s water that is found in food, it’s a fundamental component of juices, nectars, drinks, it’s the mineral water we drink the most every day. These regularities are not unique or strange, because our body in as much as 70% consists of water, which is present in tissues, cells, tendons, muscles, in the skin. Without water, no organism on earth is able to function.

Contaminated water is a pathogenic, inflammatory, fungal, infectious and even deadly agent. These facts are not exaggerated in any way, because it’s because of contamination that 90% of the population in third world countries die. Unless the world has just woken up from the winter sleep and alerted to the alarming state of the waters, and so far these actions have done little, and besides, this long-term devastation cannot be repaired in a short time and not suffer this consequence. We must be aware that, as the inhabitants of the Earth, we bear full responsibility for all actions undertaken on it, even when they are completely reckless and lead this world to destruction.

Worth noting is the fact that each person, to maintain their own health, comfort and energy should consume at least 2 litres of mineral water every day, while at the moment when their lifestyle is particularly intense - it should be more than that. The belittling of the huge problem affecting humanity, especially in the context of contamination of such an important and special sphere affecting, in many aspects, human life - like water, is unacceptable, it’s self-annihilation, consent to pain, suffering and departure, at their own request, in the name of consequences incurred as a result of such gross negligence. However, this is not all, through pollution of waters, also the flora and fauna are lost, aquatic animals die, which causes massive plague, e.g. fish, and thus huge losses for domestic economies. The case is similar for land animals, which when drinking water from infected reservoirs simply dies (causing damages, not only financial losses) or suffers, which includes people. Landscape parks, national parks and reserves suffer from this - when everything dies, it’s the humans turn, and then they realise that they should save their own family, which they love over life and whom they should keep safe - but it’s often too late.

Disease and death are merciless, and most of them are caused by water contaminated by humans.


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