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Top 7 Benefits of Drinking Water Everyday

Updated on March 20, 2017

Despite the huge benefits that come with drinking water, most people are still being reminded to take water constantly. As of today, water is second most popular beverage in the United States. It is quite mind-boggling that water is which is natural and more beneficial comes second after sugar soda which puts one at risk of stroke, obesity and other heart problems.

It is indeed scary that most people take sugary soda more than water. The benefits that come with drinking water are endless. In fact, according to research, H2O is the only element that stands out among all the chemicals and elements that our body is made up. Research shows that human body is made up of approximately 60% water. This alone should be enough motivation to take water constantly every day.

Another research also showed that most people around the world don't take enough water despite the enormous benefits that comes with. In this article, we are going to look at some benefits you can get from taking at least 2 liters of water every day.

Top 7 Benefits of Drinking Water Everyday:

Control Calorie

Water has been recommended as one of the most effective tool for weight loss. Consuming water before every meal will help you feel full and avoid over-eating. When you eat less and fill the remaining space in your stomach with water, you will be able to control the amount of fat-causing calories you take with every meal. This is indeed a great way to achieve weight loss.

Fluid Balance

Like we mentioned above, our body is made up of 60% water. In order to maintain the body's fluid balance, you need to take enough natural water every day. This water helps to transport nutrients to where they are mostly needed in the body. Additionally, they help in food digestion, regulation of body temperature and more. In fact, it is recommended that taking at least 2 liters of water everyday will help you keep your body system working optimally.

Better Skin texture

Do you want to get a clearer skin? You simply need to take adequate water. According to research, taking water will help you to clear toxins in the body which causes the skin to inflame. This inflammation leads to clogged pores, acne and other skin related problems. Drinking adequate water every day will help you keep your body free from pimples, acne and more by flushing out toxins. To keep your skin looking great, always take adequate water. It is an inexpensive option to a great looking skin.

Better Kidney Function

There has been increase in kidney related problem in recent years. Some of these kidney-related problems could be avoided or reduce simply by taking enough water to help the kidney function effectively every day. The reason for this is because human kidney process about two hundred quarts of blood every day, removing waste and transporting urine to the bladder. To complete this function effectively, the kidney requires enough fluids.

Fuels the Muscle

The human muscle loses water when we exercise and sweat a lot. The loss of water from the muscle causes the muscles to get tired. You can boast your energy by drinking adequate water to replace the one you lost.

Boost Heart Function

For our hearts to function effectively, it is extremely important that we take stay hydrated. Our body comprises 60% of H2O which makes it easier for the heart and other organs to perform their function effective. When the amount of water in the body becomes inadequate, it leads to the blood becoming thicker which implies that your heart has to work twice as hard in order to supply blood to where they are needed. Studies have shown that this extra stress put on the heart by lack of adequate water can lead to heart problems. Another study has also shown that those who drink plenty of liquids have fewer heart problems.

Aids Digestion

You need water to avoid constipation. When you drink enough water before eating, you won't have indigestion problem. Water allows the digestive system to work more effectively and also allows you to get most nutrients from the food you eat.

Improves Mental and Physical Performance

Drinking water improves your physical and mental performance; it makes you sharp and strong and even provides you with the energy you need to take on rigorous physical exercise. Additionally, a study in London has found a link between better grades and students that bring water into an exam. The study shows that drinking water promotes clearer thinking.

Conclusion

Do you want to improve your overall health? Drink at least 2 liters of water every day. Drinking adequate amount of water will help you boast your health, boast your energy levels, and even help you become more productive. More importantly, water will help you keep the doctor away.

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