Six Benefits Of Water
Many people spend their days in a state of mild dehydration, consuming far fewer fluids than they should. Water comprises approximately 60% of your body and is vital for survival. Doctors suggest using “8X8” as a guideline…8 glasses, 8 ounces each, of fluid daily.
Here are six benefits of drinking water:
1. More energy:
If you are consuming good amount of water you will have more energy.
2. Healthy Hair:
Water makes up approximately one-quarter of the weight of a strand of hair and when hair has the proper amount of water, it will respond by being more shiny. Water is absolutely necessary for proper hair growth. Be sure to get plenty of water for healthy, soft, shiny and lush hair.
3. Healthy Skin:
Our skin is comprised of 90% water so without the right amount of water, the skin tends to be unhealthy and dry. Dehydration does not affect the skin alone, but the rest of the body as well, including the vital organs like kidneys and lungs. It is necessary to hydrate your body by drinking a good amount of water.
4. Healthy Brain:
Our brain is made up 77% to 78% of water, hence drinking water helps you think better, be more alert and concentrate more.
5. Healthy stomach:
Water helps in digestion and constipation. By drinking water your metabolism increases and helps in digestion. Water also hydrates and cleanses our body.
6. Lose Weight:
Drinking water helps you lose weight because it flushes down the by-products of fat breakdown. Drinking water reduces hunger and is an effective appetite suppressant, causing you to eat less.
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