On average, seawater in the world's oceans has a salinity of about 3.5% (35 g/L,
.... at 39% for those who drank seawater, compared to 3% for those who did not.
Therefore, to get rid of all the excess salt taken in by drinking seawater, you have
to urinate more water than you drank. Eventually, you die of dehydration even ...
If you're consuming seawater, the results of osmosis are spectacularly disastrous.
... sodium taken in by saltwater, we urinate more water than we actually drank.
Sep 23, 2015 ... This means that drinking seawater would significantly increase the ... Drinking
saltwater will cause a number of early side effects as you get ...
Jan 28, 2013 ... If you took a few gulps of ocean water, for example, your body would have to
urinate more water than you drank to get rid of all that extra salt, ...
May 29, 2012 ... Before, when I saw a castaway having a bad time, literally dying for a drink but
surrounded by seawater, the message in films was always ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Danger of Drinking Sea Water&v=9ylt69-QwcA
Jul 21, 2014 ... Is it a good idea to drink sea water if you're stranded on a desert coastline ... but
don't try that with the Pacific; the radiation is very dangerous..
Aug 7, 2015 ... Seawater is toxic because your body fails eventually when it has to try to get rid of
the salt that comes from sea water. Your body normally gets ...
However, in most cases, drinking salt water is not healthy for you. ... Chronic or
excessive salt water intake can cause your body to lose its normal water and salt
Whether you're swimming in the ocean or drinking salt water as part of a fad diet,
swallowing too much of the liquid can have serious health consequences.