You can die from drinking too much water. It’s not exactly the same as drowning, since drowning occurs when fluid gets in your lungs. Drinking too much water dilutes the electrolytes in your blood, and this causes your cells to swell. This is particularly dangerous when swelling begins in your brain, and what can lead to death. Water intoxication is called hyponatremia.
Drinking too much water is dangerous. Drinking too much water increases your total blood volume putting a burden on your heart. Also your kidneys must work overtime to filter excess water out of your body. Check out the link for more information.
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