Do You Really Know How Good Water Is For Your Body?πŸ’§πŸŒŠπŸšΏ by Hey _xx - Musely
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Do You Really Know How Good Water Is For Your Body?πŸ’§πŸŒŠπŸšΏ

posted in Health & Fitness
08/14/2015
  • Water helps with weight loss.

Water naturally reduces your appetite. A lot of people confuse feeling thirsty with feeling hungry so they eat when their body wants them to drink something. When you're dehydrated fat cells become harder to break down.
    Water helps with weight loss.

    Water naturally reduces your appetite. A lot of people confuse feeling thirsty with feeling hungry so they eat when their body wants them to drink something. When you're dehydrated fat cells become harder to break down.
  • Water stops headaches and dizziness.

Headaches could be a symptom of being dehydrated, so drinking water can make it go away.
    Water stops headaches and dizziness.

    Headaches could be a symptom of being dehydrated, so drinking water can make it go away.
  • Water clears your skin.

Water is good for making your skin clear and it can prevent the symptoms of acne. If you've got dry skin water will give it moisture. Also water flushes toxins out of your body and anything else that shouldn't be there so it clears your skin of any dirt and bacteria.
    Water clears your skin.

    Water is good for making your skin clear and it can prevent the symptoms of acne. If you've got dry skin water will give it moisture. Also water flushes toxins out of your body and anything else that shouldn't be there so it clears your skin of any dirt and bacteria.
  • Water fights infections.

Drinking water can help fight infections all over your body, not only because it flushes out toxins, but because when your dehydrated you're more likely to catch a bug.
    Water fights infections.

    Drinking water can help fight infections all over your body, not only because it flushes out toxins, but because when your dehydrated you're more likely to catch a bug.
  • It makes you exercise better.

It's common sense to replace the fluids you lose with water. But what might not be obvious is that your body works better and harder during your workout if you drink water.
    It makes you exercise better.

    It's common sense to replace the fluids you lose with water. But what might not be obvious is that your body works better and harder during your workout if you drink water.
  • It boosts your energy.

Your muscles are around 75% water, your bones are about 22% and your blood is around 83%. If you're dehydrated all these body parts don't work as well as they should meaning you lack energy and feel tired.
    It boosts your energy.

    Your muscles are around 75% water, your bones are about 22% and your blood is around 83%. If you're dehydrated all these body parts don't work as well as they should meaning you lack energy and feel tired.
  • It supports your heart.

The hardest working muscle of all needs a lot of water to keep it going at full speed. When you get dehydrated your blood gets thicker so the heart has to work even harder. And if your heart is weak it can lead to more serious heart problems later in life.
    It supports your heart.

    The hardest working muscle of all needs a lot of water to keep it going at full speed. When you get dehydrated your blood gets thicker so the heart has to work even harder. And if your heart is weak it can lead to more serious heart problems later in life.
  • It helps us concentrate and think more clearly.

Dehydration causes shrinkage to the brain tissue. So when we haven't been drinking enough water, our brains have to work harder to perform at the same level.
    It helps us concentrate and think more clearly.

    Dehydration causes shrinkage to the brain tissue. So when we haven't been drinking enough water, our brains have to work harder to perform at the same level.
  • Some more interesting facts!
    Some more interesting facts!
  • How much water should we be drinking a day?

For men roughly around 3 litres and woman should be drinking around 2.2 litres a day.
    How much water should we be drinking a day?

    For men roughly around 3 litres and woman should be drinking around 2.2 litres a day.
  • I know, drinking a lot of water everyday can get boring! So to add a bit of taste to it you could add in some fruit or lemon. You could also buy flavoured water or sparkling water to change it up a bit. It tastes much better when it's cold so you could put it in the freezer for a few mins or add ice
    I know, drinking a lot of water everyday can get boring! So to add a bit of taste to it you could add in some fruit or lemon. You could also buy flavoured water or sparkling water to change it up a bit. It tastes much better when it's cold so you could put it in the freezer for a few mins or add ice
  • Thank you for reading! Please like if you enjoyed πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜„ - check out my other tips- thanks! πŸ’§
    Thank you for reading! Please like if you enjoyed πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜„ - check out my other tips- thanks! πŸ’§

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