Benefits of Drinking Water

Benefits of Drinking Water  

1) Anti-aging-Drinking large quantities of water on a daily basis can help
you look younger. According to professor Howard Murad MD, (clinical
professor of medicine at the University of California), in his book The Water Secret: The Cellular Breakthrough to Look And Feel 10 Years Younger,
keeping yourself well hydrated (up to eleven 8-ounce glasses a day) is
essential to fill in the lines and wrinkles and naturally plump up the
skin. Drinking water in large quantities can also help you boost your
lackluster complexion.

2)    
Manage Weight-Other major benefits of drinking water include weight
management. Not only will you feel fuller by drinking large quantities
of water before meals, you will also enable your muscles to work harder
and longer before feeling tired. This can help you to burn more calories
during workouts and get in shape faster.
3)    
Prevent Migraines-Many healthcare providers recommend drinking 8 to 10
glasses of water for people suffering from chronic headaches and
migraines. In the majority of migraine cases, dehydration is the main
culprit.
4)    
Relieve Fatigue-People who feel more drained or tire easily are also
known to consume very little water. Relieving fatigue is one of the
major benefits of drinking water.
5)     Aid in Detoxification -When you are detoxifying it is especially important to supplement your detox
diet with plenty of water.  Water aids the detoxification process by
preventing fatigue and also helps the body’s natural elimination systems
(kidneys, skin, liver, lungs, etc.) to work more efficiently.
6)    
Improves Concentration-Drinking water also makes you smarter in that it
helps improve concentration and alertness. A recent study has
established that drinking up to 8 cups of water a day can improve
cognitive brain function by nearly 30%.
7)    
Supports Nervous System Function-Other major benefits of drinking water
include support of the nervous system. Nerves can communicate and relay
messages to and from the brain owing to the electrolytes in water.
Nerves use up one half of the brain’s energy; thus, by keeping our
bodies well hydrated, one can aid the brain to produce hormones and
neurotransmitters that are required for this process. According to Dr.
Corrine Allen (Founder of Advanced Learning and Development Institute),
the brain cells need twice the energy than other body cells, and this
energy can be provided by water more efficiently than any other
substance.
8)    
Improves Joint Health-One of the most important, but relatively unknown
benefits of drinking water includes improved joint health. Water can
actually help lubricate the joints and keep them healthy so that you are
able to move faster and without pain.
9)     Skin Benefits-People prone to acne can also see the benefits of drinking water. Acne breakouts can be greatly minimized by drinking warm water with lemon
juice (in the morning on an empty stomach). The lemon juice helps curb
bacterial growth and water eliminates the toxins from the skin, thus
minimizing breakouts.
10) 
Supports Kidneys-One of main benefits of drinking water is the support
of  kidney function. People who drink little water are more prone to
kidney stones. Conversely, when you drink plenty of fluids, your urine
will flow freely, will be colorless and odorless. Adequate water will
also prevent constipation, clean your gastrointestinal tract, cleanse
the colon and maintain bowel function.
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