Staying properly hydrated is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to stay in good health.
DAILY WATER CONSUMPTION
For normal metabolism, a human body releases 500ml of water in the form of urine every day. Through breathing and sweating, the body releases another 500ml-800ml of water. Therefore maintaining a content of 1000ml of water in one's body is of utmost importance at all times.
IMPROVES BLOOD CIRCULATION
Water helps the blood in transporting nutrients, antibodies and blood cells to infected areas when sick and it removes toxin and waste from the body. With this, it smoothens metabolism and at the same time increases the immunity of the body
WATER SHORTAGE AND CONTROLLING ONE'S URINE CAN CAUSE KIDNEY PROBLEMS LIKE FORMATION OF STONES
If one hardly drinks water and controls the urine often, this will thicken the urine, making it easier for bacteria to propagate and cause kidney problems. Therefore one should consume much water in order to increase the volume of urine and cleanse the urethra. Drinking pure water regularly will also prevent the formation of stones
DRINKING WATER WHEN YOU WAKE UP AT MIDNIGHT PREVENTS STROKE
The blood is at its thickest at midnight and in the early hours of the morning; hence blood pressure is also at the highest. So if you happen to wake up during these hours, drink a glass of water and then go back to sleep. This lowers your blood pressure, lessens the thickness of your blood and at the same time prevents strokes.
WATER IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE BRAIN TOO
It is important to drink sufficient water as even slight dehydration can activate the stress hormones, which, over time can damage your brain. Dehydration also decreases alertness