Drinking plenty of water keeps your digestive system in track, by helping it break down food easier and softening your stools.
Our body has trouble distinguishing between hunger and thirst, so next time you feel hunger pangs, drink 2-3 glasses of water and wait 20 minutes to see if the feeling presides..
Did you know that if you get just 1% dehydrated, you’ll feel tired and your muscles will suffer from fatigue?
Use the bathhouse ritual that’s been used for centuries in Europe: open your pores up with steam, then splash cold water on your face to “shock” the skin.
Hydrating your skin from the inside out is a natural way of plumping your skin so that the underlying fat cells that cause cellulite are less noticeable.
Studies have shown that listening to the sound of running water or waves reduce anxiety and stress.
Flushing Out Toxins
Drinking plenty of water will flush out toxins in your body through urination and sweat, while decreasing the risk of kidney stones!
|The recommended volume of water intake is 8-9 glasses (64 ounces) daily. Some people suggest taking your body weight (in pounds), dividing it in half, and drinking that many ounces. So, for example, if you’re 160 pounds then you should be drinking 80 ounces. Listen to what your body tells you, and drink water throughout the day.