Someone once asked me why I was taking water in the morning, on an empty stomach? He said he actually can do that, that his stomach will upset him if he takes it. Well, the health benefits of taking water in the morning outweighs the bad you think it’ll do to you. So I told him, and more…
We all know that our bodies are made up of water, and since 70% of your body is made up of water, it’s essential to keep it fresh and topped up to keep the body Hydrated and working properly. When the body’s water requirement is not met, it has a variety of negative short-term and long-term health effects.
Benefits of staying hydrated.
Water helps in eliminating toxins from the blood which keeps your skin glowing, healthy and clear, and who doesn’t want a healthy and glowing skin? I’m guessing we all do want a healthy body.
First of all, it purifies the colon and it improves the stomach’s chances to absorb nutrients properly.
Long-term effects of dehydration
Long-term dehydration can lead to rheumatoid arthritis, migraines, angina, colitis, dyspepsia, hypertension, obesity, haemorrhoids, breast cancer, pulmonary tuberculosis, kidney stones, sinusitis, and uterine cancers. I believe we all have an idea of what the above listed illnesses can do to us. Well here’s your chance to avoid it.
At first it may seem impossible or difficult for someone to take 1 – 3 glasses of water in the morning, but if you do, your body system will thank you for that. And make sure to stay for an hour before taking your meal. And in addition to that, try to make it a routine to take at least 10 glasses of water in a day, even when you’re not thirsty, so long as your stomach can contain it, take it.
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