5 Reasons Why You Should Drink Lots of Water Everyday:

Hydrate, hydrate and hydrate!
You hear it all the time, and it’s never enough, so why is drinking water so important?
Water acts as a building block, a solvent for chemical reactions, and a transport material for nutrients and waste.
These are the 5 top reasons why I believe you should drink lots of water everyday:
1- Protects against disease:
Vital for almost every function in your body, proper hydration may be a useful tool in preventing a variety of health conditions and diseases such as Kidney stones, UTI and coronary heart disease.
2- Improves your mood:
One study found that when people who regularly drank less than 1.2 liters of water per day increased their intake to 2.5 liters per day, the participants experienced significantly less confusion, bewilderment, fatigue, and sleepiness.
3- Improves your physical performance:
Proper hydration can reduce fatigue, improve endurance and lower your maximum heart rate. Drinking water can also help you to be less sore after exercise.
4- Necessary juice for your brain power:
Several studies have shown that people drinking water during cognitive tasks performed much better than those people who didn’t. So next time you need to focus and use all of your brainpower, keep a glass of water next to you and keep sipping.
5- Improves circulation:
Water helps maintain blood volume and allows proper circulation.

Feel like you need a little more help when it comes to drinking more water?
Keep a water bottle with you at all times (Glass or stainless steel) and make it even more exciting by adding 1,2 drops or lemon essential oil or some other tasty citrus oils (Tangerine, Wild Orange, Grapefruit, Lime and…) to it, then set goals for yourself at time points throughout the day to make sure you are drinking enough.
How much water do you drink daily? Comment below and tell me, do you think you drink enough? If not, how can you improve it?

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