Have you ever met anyone who advised you to drink less water? No, and you probably won’t, either.
On the other hand, what’s all the fuss about drinking more water? Is it really that good for you, and how much is enough? Answer to the first question: yes. Answer to the second: roughly 8 8-oz. glasses per day.
And now let’s have a look at what increased water consumption can do for you.
Healthier Skin – Water helps rid your body of toxins that can cause acne and other skin problems.
Weight Loss – Water helps you feel full and thus resist to satisfy that need with calorie-rich food.
Get Stronger – Exercise causes you to sweat and sweat brings about reductions in muscle strength and endurance. Drink more water and help yourself stay fit and strong.
Healthy Joints – A dehydrated body can cause bones and joints to hurt. With more water in your system, your body will receive the added lubrication it needs to help prevent stiffness and keep your movements fluid.
Improved Digestion – A steady diet of 64 ounces or more of water each day help keep your colon healthy while preventing constipation.
Proper Kidney Function – Your kidney plays a key role in your overall well-being by processing about 200 quarts of blood per day while removing waste and shipping urine to the bladder. Those tasks are simplified with greater water consumption.
Say “No” to Fatigue – Fatigue is one of the most common signs of dehydration. Next time you want something to drink, reach past the coffee and grab of cup of water.
Will any water do? No, of course not. The better the water quality, the better off you’ll be. So, if you have any concerns about your home water supply – city or well – contact Connor Plumbing to see if there’s room for improvement. You also can count on a free water filtration proposal.