Definitely not! Sea water contains a high amount of salt which means that if consumed, our body will have to work even harder to get rid of it. The kidneys would have to produce more urine until eventually we would become dehydrated leading to fatal consequences.
However, if you are stuck in the middle of the sea and don’t have access to fresh water, you could boil some sea water, capture the steam and condense it back into water so you’re effectively getting rid of the salt.
If you’re out on your boat this weekend, be sure to pack plenty of fresh water 💦. Ps. It was a Police boat 👮♀️ Take care and stay healthy 😘
Dr Nora - yours truly, will be presenting at Australia’s largest Non-Surgical Aesthetics Symposium in Sydney next month… alongside some of the world’s top experts. 🤓💉👄 Over the past year I’ve been closely involved in developing some exciting new technology where artificial intelligence is used for instant and accurate facial photography. It’ll be a game changer in the medical and cosmetic scene and I cannot wait to share this hard work with you all. So if you’re headed over to the Non-Surgical Symposium this year please pop by and say hello.
Looking forward to treating the good people of Whitsundays this week.
There hasn’t been a female doctor at this practice before so if you’ve been putting off your smear test or you’re after advice on family planning, a skin check or even cosmetic injectables, now’s your chance to book in.
Had a great time teaching this weekend’s delegates at Derma Medical’s foundation and advanced course in Melbourne.
We covered the top 18 cosmetic injectable procedures from anti-wrinkle treatment of the face, to cheek and lip fillers to treating hyperhidrosis (excess underarm sweating). It was a pleasure teaching delegates of different medical backgrounds and working alongside the incredible team.👌 I wish the delegates the very best of luck in your future cosmetic careers.