If someone is used to drinking 3-5 glasses a day then start drinking 8-10 a day. What happens in the kidneys? How does your body cope with the change?
You activate your renin-angiotensin system which acknowledges a higher volume of blood in the body and caused levels of ADH (anti-diuretic hormone) to level off so that you feel the need to urinate.
nothing,, you just lose some weigh because you are taking more water therefore body doesn't need to store water... so its actually good and it helps clean the body of waste....
The kidneys will adjust to varying levels of water intake, if someone drinks a lot of water the kidneys will produce more diluted urine, even if the person did not happen to drink a lot, and it takes time for the kidneys to learn the new water intake level. This can cause someone who drinks a lot of water to become dehydrated more easily than someone who routinely drinks less.
FYI: Survival classes recommend that someone who expects to be in an environment with little water (such as a desert), to not drink a lot of water, but rather to drink as little as possible for several days before the trip to accustom the kidneys to making concentrated urine. Not doing this caused the death of a man during a survival test.
your kidneys help to filter your blood. excess water is filtered, as much as possible is reabsorbed, and the rest is excreted.
your kidneys become healthier because less bad junk is passed through it. (the water helps to absorb salts, and other wastes)