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It used to make me feel really good and healthy but not any more.I know I ought to cut down but I'm not sure how I can." Hyponatraemia Excessive consumption of water can lead to a condition known as hyponatraemia (water intoxication), in which levels of sodium in the blood become dangerously diluted leading to complications such as convulsions, coma and even death.To Sarah Schapira's colleagues it's become a running joke.Every half hour or so the pretty 22-year-old PR gets up from her desk and makes a dash for the ladies.
Experts such as Professor David Oliveira, a kidney specialist also based at St George's Hospital, argue that the eight-glass rule is probably excessive wherever the water comes from.
Take Sarah, for instance, whose health is now beginning to suffer as a result of the amount of water she consumes.
"If I don't have my bottle of water I feel paranoid,' she says.
Take, for example, the advice recently posted on an internet dieting chat site: "What works for me is that I make sure I drink three litres by 2.30pm.
"It gives me enough time to go to the loo before I leave work at about 5pm, as I have a 90-minute journey home and don't want to get stuck with no toilet. "I then drink more water during the rest of the evening in addition to what I am expected to drink.
"We've all been told about the benefits of water, so I drink lots and lots of it, from the minute I wake up to the minute I go to bed." In modern Britain "aquaholics" such as Sarah are no longer a rarity.