HEALTH & WEALTHNESS

The Top 5 Benefits of Drinking Water

Water is the undisputed king of all drinks. Nothing can quench thirst like water can, and nothing is more satisfying than a cold drink of water after a workout or being out in the sun.

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But the importance of water goes far beyond these superficial benefits. 60% of our total body mass is water and with good reason. Without water, most of our bodily functions would come to a standstill. Water is, in fact, a major component of the lifeblood that keeps us going every day. Sufficient water is the key to good health and wellbeing.

Drinking between two to three liters a day is sufficient for most healthy adults who are not overly active. If you are an athlete or spend long hours in the hot sun, you will need at least three liters of water daily if not more. However, sometimes, we forget to drink enough water even though we know that we should.

How does it help my body?

If you ever needed a good reason to drink sufficient quantities of water every day, we’re here to give you five.

Here are five benefits that you get from drinking enough water

Better energy and mood: Dehydration has been found to cause fatigue and affect moods. If you are feeling mentally and physically tired and your mood is low, have a glass or two of water. It is very likely that the cause of your fatigue was dehydration and as you start to rehydrate, you will feel better. Drinking water at different times during the work day will help to keep you feeling energetic and in a good mood. Imagine going through your day feeling good and with enough energy to get all your work done. Water can do that for you; if that is not a great reason to keep hydrating, then we don’t know what is.

Improved brain function: If you have been sitting at your desk for a few hours and starting to feel your body ache and your concentration waiver, then you could be in need of a tall glass of water. Brain activity uses a lot of energy, and if you are not sufficiently hydrated, the fatigue will set in. One of the cheapest ways to improve concentration and brain function is to drink enough of water. No need for special pills, herbs or miracle drugs that claim to give your brain a boost; all you need is good old H2O.

Improved physical performance: When we exercise, we start to sweat. Sweating is the body’s way of cooling down, but it also causes water loss. Our bodies tell us that we are low on water by making us feel thirsty after a good workout. If we don’t heed our bodies’ signals, we are only going to feel more tired and worn out. On the other hand, if we make sure to hydrate ourselves, not only our bodies will recover faster, but we can also improve our physical performance. Drinking water at regular intervals during a workout can help you to keep going for longer and help you achieve your fitness goals. Always keep a bottle of water with you when exercising and if you wish, throw in some electrolytes as well.

Better digestion: Dehydration can lead to constipation which brings a whole host of other problems. Discomfort, listlessness, tiredness, loss of appetite, and so on are all brought on by constipation and can make you feel really low. Drinking adequate water helps the digestion process and prevents constipation. When the digestive system is functioning normally, the whole body feels good with nutrition being absorbed by the body and waste being discarded. Water is like a magic potion that can keep you feeling light and energetic all through the day.

Weight loss: If you are trying to lose weight, then water can benefit you in two ways. When you drink a glass of water half an hour before a meal, you tend to eat less. Do this regularly, and you bring down your overall food consumption significantly and in a natural way. You don’t need appetite suppressors when you can just drink a few extra glasses of water a day. Decreased consumption of food will help you lose weight faster.

The other way water benefits weight loss is by boosting metabolism. Metabolism is the body’s way of converting food to energy which can then be used for all our bodily functions. With a better metabolism, we can more effectively use our food as an energy source and stop storing it as fat in the body. An improved metabolism also helps to burn fat better, leading to weight loss. If you need help with your diet and weight loss, then water just might be the answer you are looking for.

Besides these five top benefits, there are a number of other benefits of drinking enough water, and all of them keep us healthy.

The best water to drink

Now that we know the top benefits of drinking water and how it can improve our health and wellbeing, we should know that all water is not the same. Depending on the source of the water, it could be contaminated with impurities like bacteria, dirt, and even heavy metals that could cause toxicity.

It is not enough to just drink sufficient water, but the water also needs to be of good quality to be able to nourish us and benefit us in all the ways mentioned. One of the best ways to ensure that the water you are drinking is of good quality is to get water supplied to you by a reputed company.

A good water supplier will make sure that the water is purified at various levels keeping it free from disease-causing germs and other harmful agents. Jantzen supplies the best quality drinking water all over the Klang Valley in Malaysia. Contact us if you want to enjoy all the benefits of water without worrying about impurities. We will deliver the water to your doorstep and even set up your water dispenser for you. Great drinking water is just a phone call away

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