Water is the major component of the human body, comprising approximately 73% of lean body mass and 60% of total body mass. Body water is transported within and between cells and in the blood plasma. During rest, 30-35% of the water is maintained inside the cells (intracellular fluid), 20-25% is maintained outside the cells of the body (interstitial fluid) and the remaining 5% is in the blood plasma.
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