The Benefit of Drinking
by Patrick Austin
Mr. Austin is a freelance writer
who covers sports for a number of web sites including RealGM.com,
Hoopsworld.com, and Fanstop.com. He currently also covers
entertainment and sports for Vainquer magazine.
There's more than just one benefit of drinking water. Water
is extremely important to our health. It might be hard to believe
that something so abundant and readily available is so important
to our bodies, but it's true. In fact, our bodies are made up
of more than 70% water. The human heart is 75% water, the brain
is almost 80% water, and the liver is an incredible 95% water.
As you can see, drinking more H2O is vital for healthy living.
One benefit of drinking water is healthy, beautiful skin.
If you are trying to fight father time and turn back the clock,
you should realize that a nice benefit of drinking water is a
youthful appearance. When are well hydrated, your skin tends to
have a glow and healthy look. If the skin does not
receive proper hydration, wrinkles will begin to show sooner rather
than later. So instead of going out and buying a forty dollar
bottle of moisturizer, simply drink more water. You will see the
same benefits. Remember, water is nature's moisturizer.
Avoiding the symptoms and dangers of dehydration is another
benefit of drinking water. Water is especially important if
you exercise on a regular basis and/or play sports. A normal person
should be drinking about eight glasses a day, but if you are exerting
yourself physically for a long period of time(i.e. exercise),
then more is required to perform at an optimal level.
Another benefit of drinking water is it's easier to lose weight!
If you're trying to decrease body fat, water is your best
friend. Drinking plenty of it will help curb your appetite and
prevent you from overeating during meals.
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In my opinion, the number one benefit of drinking water is the
most important thing every person needs--overall good health.
some more about the benefit of drinking water from WebMD