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The Many Benefits of Drinking Water


Reduce Fatigue and Increase Mental Clarity! Fatigue is one of the first signs of dehydration. Less water in the body, results in a drop of blood volume, causing the heart to work harder pumping oxygenated blood out in the bloodstream. The body’s other major organs work less efficiently.


Drinking Water Helps You Think! Focus and concentrate better, be more alert, and have more energy. Even mild dehydration can negatively affect your mood and the ability to think.


Reduce Headaches and Migraines! Very often dehydration is the culprit. When you get a headache, stop and notice...Have you been drinking adequate amounts of water? Drink up! Right now!


Digestion and Constipation Issues! Inadequate water in the body often results in constipation, as the colon pulls water from the stools to maintain its hydration, thereby causing your stools to be harder and difficult to pass. Water is essential to both digest your food and prevent constipation.


Welcome Your Weight Loss Assistant! When you drink water, it fills your stomach and reduces the tendency to eat more. It also helps increase the rate at which the body burns fat, and promotes the breakdown and elimination of fat cells.


Flush Toxins From The Body! Water is an excellent detoxifier as it helps flush toxins from your body and gets rid of waste, primarily through sweat and urine. It also promotes kidney function and reduces kidney stones by diluting the salts and minerals in urine that cause kidney stones. Water is also effective in preventing UTI’s (urinary tract infections).


Improve Your Skin and Complexion! Water consumption moisturizes your skin, keeps it fresh, soft, glowing and smooth.


Boost Your Immune System! Drinking plenty of water helps to fight against flu, colds, cancer, and other ailments, such as heart attacks, by flushing your system.


Prevent Cramps and Sprains! Proper hydration helps keep joints lubricated and muscles more elastic, so joint pain is less likely. When the body is dehydrated, muscles dry up, like a dried sponge, and no longer float freely in the body, often causing knotted areas of discomfort in the body. Properly hydrated muscles relax, spread out, and float freely in the body, as designed.