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Water Can Help You Stay Healthy
Water helps all of your body’s systems function at their optimum level, improving your immune system. A surprising number of illnesses can be treated or prevented by drinking the recommended eight to ten glasses a day, including: arthritis and joint problems, depression, insomnia and the cold/flu virus. Additionally, being dehydrated can lead to fatigue, muscle weakness and dizziness.
Water Keeps Your Spine Healthy
Water is an important component of your spinal discs – the shock absorbers that sit between each vertebra. Maintaining proper hydration will ensure that your spinal discs and overall spine stay healthy and keep your back protected.
Water Can Help Maintain Weight
Drinking water is one of the best ways to keep your body healthy and maintain your weight. Did you know that sometimes feelings of hunger are actually caused by thirst? So before you grab a handful of snacks, drink a glass of water instead. Water has no fat, calories or sugar and is a great choice when compared to high calorie drinks.
Water Fuels Muscles
Drinking plenty of water daily helps fuel your muscles. If you are well hydrated while you exercise, you will likely feel more energized and your muscles will perform at their best.
Water is Good for Your Brain
Did you know your brain is made up of 90 percent water? Drinking adequate amounts of water can and while completing tasks. Water can help you stay alert, think more efficiently and improve concentration.
Water Improves Skin
Water helps to moisturize and increase elasticity in your skin. When your skin is properly hydrated you will have a healthy glow and shine resulting in a more youthful looking appearance.
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