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8 Amazing Reasons You Should Drink More Water
|8 Amazing Reasons You Should Drink More Water by mhiddey: 2:40 pm On June 26, 2018|
Did you know that drinking water could be a lifesaver? Pure, clean drinking water does so much to keep your body running smoothly. Find out how to staying hydrated helps protect your health…
Want to drink more water to benefit your health? Here are 8 times your body needs drinking water most.
The same is true of the human body. Without water to wake up and turn on the body in the morning, you may be running on empty, especially if you skip breakfast.
A glass of cool water right after you wake up tells your body that it’s time to get going. Like a gently flowing s****m that pushes along debris and rocks, your circulatory system needs fluid to get rid of stubborn free radicals and residue from burned c******s used during the night’s metabolism.
When you’re hydrated the stomach is also prepared for food; water wakes up taste buds and moisturizes the stomach lining so brittle or acidic foods won’t be uncomfortable. Having a glass of water moistens the mouth and clears out leftover tastes from earlier food, drinks or s*****g in anticipation of the coming meal or snack.
Drinking water before a snack or with one will help you feel full faster, helping keep calorie intake in check.
Hydration is essential to guard against heat stroke in warm weather and frostbite in cold temperatures, as your body’s circulation plays a protective role in both extremes of temperature and needs water to function properly.
Be sure not to drink too much water too quickly or you could bring on stomach cramps.
A well-hydrated body encourages bacterial and viral invaders to move along so they don’t settle in and multiply in your system.
Drinking eight glasses of water daily (8 ounces per glass) is still a good goal for most people, but other fluids like tea, juice and soup count toward your total intake, too.
Did you know that fatigue is one of the signs of dehydration? Because of its ability to move quickly through the body, water can reach your brain and give you, say, a little boost before a big meeting or when you’re on deadline, even if you didn’t get as much shut-eye as you’d like.
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