1. Old age can diminish the sensation for thirst. By the time senior feel that they need to drink water, they will be far too dehydrated and their health is negatively affected.
2. Many seniors drink less water at night. For fear of urinary incontinence, especially at night, senior citizens drink less water than they actually should.
3. Water is crucial to the functioning of the kidneys. The capacity of the kidneys reduces with age. Therefore, the risk of dehydration is higher and seniors should drink more natural mineral water as they become older.