5 Reasons Why You Need to Drink Water

Hello everyone!
Do you drink water often?
Health experts say that drinking adequate amount of water may help you stay healthy.
Today, we’ll be learning about the benefits of drinking water.

Studies have proven that 70% of the human body weight comes from water.

Water is essential in blood circulation, controlling the body temperature, detoxification, digestion, transporting nutrition, and many more.

Blood Circulation

Blood Circulation

Dehydration can cause hypotension and dizziness, because 94% of blood is composed with water.
However, blood and tissue fluids have no problem in well circulation if your body is well hydrated!
Adding to the endless benefits of drinking water, it is great for relieving menstrual cramps and fatigue.

Detoxification

Detoxification

You should be extra serious with the water intake, since the air pollution is not getting any better.
Water is excellent in releasing any kind of toxins in the body, and even stimulates digestion which may prevent constipation.

Sleep

Sleep

If you have drunk enough water throughout the day, you wouldn’t have to wake up in the middle of the night from thirst.
However, too much water intake before going to bed can promote frequent urination which may easily interfere with sleep. Please note if you have an overactive bladder.

Anti-aging

Anti-aging

Human skin is composed of 70% of moisture, and 27% of protein and fat.
Thus, the skin can easily lose its elasticity if the skin’s moisture level is unbalanced.
Sufficient water intake is a great way to prevent aging cells.

Losing weight

Losing weight

If you wish to drop a few pounds, water could be your new best friend. Although water is 0 calories, it can suppress hunger and appetite. It also helps boost your metabolism, and balance your cholesterol levels.

Losing weight

Do not underestimate the power of water!
The recommended water intake by World Health Organization (WHO) is 8 glasses per day.
The best way to staying hydrated is to drink room temperature water little by little, throughout the day. Stay hydrated everyone!