Our brain confuses thirst for hunger so we often find ourselves snacking throughout the day when you could just be feeling thirsty. The next time you find yourself craving something to eat, try drinking a glass of water instead.
Water is a component of the lubrication and cushioning that protects your joints and tissues. This makes physical activity more enjoyable and reduces wear and tear in your body.
Water helps your body to break down the food you eat and dissolves the vitamins and minerals in the food. Water is also a crucial vehicle to deliver these vitamins to your cells.
Sufficient water is important to allow your body to maintain healthy bowel movements.
Water makes up 75% of your brain, so it’s a no-brainer that consuming enough water helps you to maximize your memory, energy and attention.
Water is an important component of your blood, and not consuming enough of it can lead to low blood pressure which can leave you feeling dizzy and lightheaded.
Your body loses electrolytes and plasma when it's dehydrated which causes your body temperature to rise. Drinking water helps to keep your body cool.
Drinking adequate water during physical activity is important and helps to maximize your strength and endurance.
Consuming enough water helps to prevent certain diseases such as urinary tract infections, hypertension and kidney stones.
Drinking sufficient water may play an important role in activating your metabolism which has been linked to an increase in energy levels.
Consuming too little water leads to dehydration which can cause fatigue, anxiety and confusion.
To maximise these benefits, you need to drink clean water
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