Why You Should Drink Water

Why You Should Drink Water

Many tests have proven that keeping yourself well hydrated is a very healthy approach to life. The challenge is that few of us are in the habit of drinking water. It contains treatment chemicals and simply doesn’t taste nice. These chemicals, amongst others have been linked to various medical conditions. Drinking water has therefore been known to assist in preventing or diminishing the following:

The following are extracts from various sources highlighting the various reasons for drinking water:

“Obesity, asthma, allergies, diabetes, dyspepsia, colitis, heart problems, rheumatoid arthritis, backache, headaches, stress, depression, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. These benefits of drinking chlorine-free water are explained in detail in “Your Body’s Many Cries for water”” by F Batmanghelidj, M.D.

“…your brain is made up of 75% water? That’s why the quantity and quality of water you drink affects how you think and feel.”

“Without sufficient water the skin cells become flat, dull and dehydrated.”

“Water is so important because every cell of the body requires water in its essential structure and function.”

“…water…reduces tiredness and stress and gives you incredible stamina and vitality.”

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“Arthritis pain and stiffness…result of increased friction and swelling in the bone joints. Water is what our body uses to lubricate these joints.”