There is no doubt that people need a fresh hearth to survive. It helps in the digestion of food and the regulation of other bodily functions. And if the sea is around and there is no drinking water. Can I drink seafood?
Alan Bombar discovered the fact that you can also survive on seawater, taking it in small quantities, that is, no more than 950 ml per day. So theoretically, we can slowly "accustom" our body to take a small amount of sea water, but the consumption of a larger dose will cause irreversible consequences, dehydration or even death. Sea water draws out moisture from the cells of the body. It is unsafe to drink water in the sea as it carries bacteria that will lead to disease. The salt content of sea water is too high for the body to digest. The seawater has a detrimental effect on the kidneys, which can result in kidney failure.