Learn major reasons and benefits to start drinking more water now.
We’ve all heard it before that we should drink fluids to help our body function properly but amazingly many adult Americans still do not drink enough throughout the day. Let me stop here and say real quick – I am not a physician or nutritionist.
I am sharing my experience and what I have read on the Internet. Please do your own research.
With that said, let me continue.
Benefits of drinking more
It may need to be reiterated some of the awesome benefits of drinking this clear liquid goodness such as:
- Helps to maintain balance of bodily fluids
- Helps control appetite
- Energizes the muscles
- Helps clear brain fog
- Wards off dehydration
- Promotes skin glowing and supple
- Helps the kidneys eliminate waste
- Regulates body temperature
Ill-effects of dehydration
If those aren’t reason enough to drink more how about I share the ill-effects of dehydration, which is the absence of hydration in your body which is typically made up of 60% to 70% water:
- Can cause confusion
- Increases heart rate and blood pressure
- Can cause a feeling of weakness
- Nausea and vomiting
- Heart palpitations
So why wouldn’t you drink more? I know I know…it doesn’t taste like anything or it’s bland. That still isn’t a good reason not to drink it especially knowing your body literally is made up of primarily water.
How much to drink daily?
Women should drink about 2 liters or 74 ounces of daily and men should drink about 3 liters daily. I know it sounds like a lot but your body will thank you for it.
Remember the benefits. 🙂
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