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The Beauty of Water: Look and Feel Good with Water

Updated on January 31, 2017
Water: Keep it Fresh
Water: Keep it Fresh

5 Ways to Drink More Water

Get your Water in

Water is nature's most effective internal cleanser, it sweeps away waste products in the body and helps to keep your skin clear and fresh. If you want to look younger, and more radiant start drinking more water on a daily basis. How much water do we really need to help our skin look it's best?

Fluid Levels

You can go without food for several days, if we really want to we can go without food for weeks. However, we cannot go without water, our body needs water function properly. Every day our body loses fluid mainly through our sweat. When humidity levels are at their normal levels we can lose up to 1 litre of water in only 12 hours. This means that we should really be drinking between 1 and 2 litres of water every single day.

If you are exercising on a daily basis you should also consider drinking more water. Because during a 1 hour session of aerobic exercise we can actually lose up to 1 litre of water in a single hour. Therefore, you should add an extra glass of water for every hour we work out. Stress can also affect how much water we lose on a daily basis. When we are stressed we often sweat more. Therefore, if you are stressed you really should consider drinking more water on a daily basis.

Keep yourself well watered

  • Start the day with a glass of water, it aids kidney function and cleanses your skin from within.
  • Drink one glass of water before you go to sleep as well. Did you know that your body loses water when you sleep?
  • Take small sips of water regularly throughout the day rather than trying to chug it down all in one go.
  • When you are working out drink two glasses of water for every pound you lose through sweating it out.
  • Do not drink so much tea or coffee because they are actually diurectics and therefore, they increase the amount of fluids you lose. You will find you get more thirsty when you drink coffee or tea.
  • Do not drink sweet or fizzy sodas because they actually increase your thirst levels. They are packed with sugar and they do not do anything to cleanse your body or your skin. Try to stick to water.
  • If you find it difficult to drink more water because you do not like the taste of it. Try and add some lemon or crushed ice to your water. You will enjoy it a lot more and so you will be more inclined to drink more water. Give it a try! If you want to look and feel your best drink more water.
  • We often mistake thirst for hunger, so when you feel hungry why not take a large gulp of water instead! Try it !


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    • intriguewriter profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from worldwide

      Thanks for stopping by, I used to hate water and could never drink it. However, I find it easier to drink now and it really has been of benefit to me. Thanks again for commenting. Edina jackson

    • Alecia Murphy profile image

      Alecia Murphy 

      6 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina

      I really do appreciate water now. I have made it a habit to drink until I can't anymore and I do feel it soothes my thirst better than anything. Sugary drinks, teas, and coffees like you said all contribute to feeling thirsty and it's probably worse than being hungry for me. Great hub, definitely sharing this one!

    • intriguewriter profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from worldwide

      thank you ! for passing by and providing your insight it means a lot. edina jackson

    • dinkan53 profile image


      6 years ago from India

      Water is the second most important thing that our body needs to survive, oxygen being the first. I appreciate your hub which reminds people the importance of being hydrated. Up and useful, shared.

    • intriguewriter profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from worldwide

      yes it can cause premature labor i forgot about that one. It can also cause urine infections, and even bowel and colon cancer. thanks for your insight I much appreciate it. thanks again

      edina jackson

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      Brenda Barnes 

      6 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      Thanks for the great water advice. Dehydration is more common than people think and much more serious. It can cause premature labor in pregnant women, heart issues and other problems. I actually have heard people say they never, ever drink water. It is shocking. No wonder so many Americans have health issues.


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