Why You Need to Stay Hydrated
Top Physical Performance
Losing as little as 2% of your body’s water content can adversely affect your temperature control, motivation, and energy levels.
Studies have shown that drinking water can relieve headaches in people who are dehydrated.
Hydration helps Brain Function
The brain is largely composed of water. Studies have shown that even dehydration of as little as 1% to 3% can impair your mood, memory, concentration and lead to feelings of anxiety and fatigue.
Cleanses Your Body
Your kidneys need water to filter waste from the blood and excrete it in the urine. Hydration helps to treat kidney stones. Low water consumption is a risk factor for constipation.
Helps you Lose Weight
Drinking water thirty minutes before a meal can make you feel fuller which helps to consume less calories.
Helps Your Tissues be More Supple
Water is an important part of the fluid that lubricates your joints. It also helps to maintain the elasticity of your skin, keeps your throat and lips moist, and prevents you your mouth from getting dry which leads to bad breath.