Why Should We Drink Plenty of Water?

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Water is an essential thing that all living things need to survive. Without it, none of us would be here right now. Water provides several benefits to our bodies, and below are just a few of them.


1. Boosts Energy & Relieves Exhaustion

Your brain is primarily made up of water. As a result, drinking water can help you think, focus, and concentrate better. In addition, water can help you be more alert and increases your energy levels.


2. Promotes Weight Loss

Drinking water can also get rid by-products of fat, decrease eating intake, reduce cravings, and improve your metabolism. It also has 0 calories!

3. Gets Rid of Toxins

Water can serve as a way of diminishing waste through sweat and urination. This decreases the possibility of kidney stones and UTI’s (Urinary Tract Infections).


4. Enhances Skin Complexion

Water is a natural way of moisturizing your skin. Your skin maintains fresh, soft, smooth, and glows. It also aids in getting rid of wrinkles. It’s the best anti-aging treatment you can find!


5. Preserves Regularity

Water also assists in digestion as it is a crucial factor in digesting your food. It even prevents constipation.


6. Puts You In A Good Mood

When your body is performing at its best, it makes you feel happy and great and keeps you in a positive mood.

7. Natural Headache Treatment

Water serves as a way of easing and preventing headaches (migraines & back pains too!) which are usually caused by dehydration.


By Youssef Saleh



Phon, Abby. “10 Reasons Why You Should Drink More Water.”  mindbodygreen. Mar 20 2012.




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