Drinking Water at these Hours is Crucial & Beneficial to your Body

We can never really add on to the benefits of Water, it is known to all of us since our childhood, the never ending fundamentals of water, and all of them are undeniably true. It has always been advised to us to take ample amount of water intake daily. But, we are about to share with the right and must times when sipping water is very essential and also very beneficial to our body.

1. Always, and we mean Always start your day with a glass or two of water preferably cold water. This gives your body a kick start to the day, this glass of water works as the Engine to your body, waking your body from inside and cooling down the night’s processes with the cold water.

2. Drinking Water Before & After workout, is pretty obvious in itself. Drinking water before the workout gives your body the required strength to carry on throughout the session, if you feel the need of water, and feeling dehydrated between the session never decline your body a sip or two of water, though keep the amount and size of sips small yet adequate. Drinking water after workout helps to fill in the space of the liquids your body loss in the form, of perspiration and urination.

3. Drink water before any of your meal, prepares your stomach for food, along with waking up your tastebuds and moisturizing your mouth and stomach lining so brittle and acidic foods don’t feel uncomfortable. It also reduces the intake of unnecessary or excessive amount of food as it pre-consumption makes your tummy fuller.

4. Drink water when you are Hungry, manier times when we feel hungry or the need to snack on something, its not hunger but we are just bored and drinking water will save us from chipping on junk unnecessarily.

5. If you’re around sick people in the hospital or at work and school, drink a little more water than usual to help wash away germs and viruses that your body may have picked up. A well-hydrated body encourages bacterial and viral invaders to move along so they don’t settle in and multiply in your system.

6. The advice your mom gave you still applies: When you’re sick, you need to drink plenty of fluids, including water, to get better. Drinking eight glasses of water daily (8 ounces per glass) is still a good goal for most people, but other fluids like tea, juice and soup count toward your total intake, too.

7. If you’re feeling the need for a nap but can’t take one, have a glass or two of water instead. Did you know that fatigue is one of the signs of dehydration? Because of its ability to move quickly through the body, water can reach your brain and give you, say, a little boost before a big meeting or when you’re on deadline, even if you didn’t get as much shut-eye as you’d like.



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