Sunday, 5 June 2016

Why Drink Water?

I have met a number of people complaining that they have very dull and dry skin. The next question I will asked them is "Did you drink water?" and I'm not surprise when they replied "No" and what surprise me is "Does it matter?".
Water Matters.
Personally I drank a ton of water and I meant A TON. I hate sodas, I hate the fizzy-ness on my tongue and frankly speaking I don't fancy that much sugar drink unless it's honey. You almost can never see me drink sodas.
Ever heard of people complaining that they haven't been to the bathroom for days and feel so bloated all the time? It never happen to me.
*It might be too much informations for some of you peeps.
I'm always able to do my business everyday. I don't even need to put pressure while I'm on it, it is quite a relaxing event for me. But what does water has to do with it?
Constipation is related to dehydration in the colon. When body is being hydrated, less water will be taken from the colon. So it helps to keep the stool soft and hence it's easy to pass it out.
Water benefits us in so many ways.
The cells in our skin is made up of water hence it needs water to work, without it they can't function well. If they don't get enough water, they will be dry, tight and flaky. Dry skin has less resilience and is more prone to wrinkling.
Why drink more water?
It's because water will reach our other organs before it reaches our skin cells. Drinking water is one of the best things you can do because it's literally free and also to keep our skin looking young. Proper hydration helps keeping our body system working and that includes our skin so that the nutrients are being sent to the cells keeping them hydrated and plump.
As per my previous post, having enough moisture in our skin makes our face firmer and less wrinkles and pores, needless to say it made us looks so much younger with glowing skin.
It was told that we need to drink at least 8 cups of water everyday but it varies. Not every one of us need that amount. Water is present in fruits and vegetables (or tea and coffee) so water itself is not the only source that helps to hydrate you. BUT of course what works best than the actual water itself?

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