5 Reasons Why You Should Drink More Water

Staying hydrated is just as crucial as having blood flowing through your veins; however, many people do not drink enough fluids daily. Whilst there isn’t a confirmed, per se, universally accepted daily water consumption amount, you should make an effort to drink at least 3 litres of water a day.

Water makes up 60% of your body, which means you need lots of it to keep you going, so if you still think one glass
of water from breakfast is enough, we suggest you think again. A fun way that may help you drink more water is by infusing it with fruits.

A family gathering, men, women and children around a table in a garden in summer.


Infused Water

Infused Water From @happyfoodstube


Infused Water From @snackx5me

Protects Your Vital Organs

Water is essential for organs such as the brain, spinal cord, and other vital tissues in the body to function correctly. When these parts of the body become dehydrated, they start to show. Prolonged dehydration can impair thinking and reasoning abilities.

Bye-Bye Body Waste

Have you ever needed to use the bathroom in the morning but couldn’t get there, no matter how much time you spent jumping or taking deep breaths? Drinking some water is our advice. Water is required for sweating as well as the removal of urine and faeces.

Slimming Tea Water

Water can also help you lose weight if you drink it instead of sweetened juices and sodas. By creating a sense of fullness, “preloading” with water before meals can help prevent overeating.

Aids Digestion

Water is required for the bowel to function properly. Dehydration can cause digestive issues, constipation, and an acidic stomach. This raises the likelihood of heartburn and stomach ulcers.

It Regulates The Body Temperature

When the body heats up after a long day of exercise or strenuous activity, the body expels the water stored in the middle layers of the skin as sweat. If heat stress occurs during exercise, having plenty of water in the body may help to reduce physical strain.

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