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Staying hydrated is always important for humans, given that we are primarily made up of the stuff, but when we are ill, it is particularly important to increase our fluid intake. Water can not only ease the irritation and inflammation in our respiratory tracts, but also help to flush out the bacterial infection that has made us sick. Every organ system and process in our body is reliant on water in some way, including our immune system, so flooding the body with life-giving water is one of the most logical and easy-to-manage remedies for any illness, particularly one attacking the respiratory system.

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