Here are fifty reasons why you should be drinking as much water as possible!
#1 Drink more water if you want to lose weight!
#2 Drinking water helps your nails stay in great condition
#3 Shiny hair is another reason to drink more water – here’s how it helps
#4 Keep your skin healthy by drinking more water!
#5 There are plenty of benefits to drinking water on an empty stomach – another reason to hydrate!
#6 Your thoughts depend on the electrical functioning of your brain – water can help
#7 Speaking of brains, yours is mostly water – here’s what that means
#8 Losing energy? That’s another reason to drink more water
#9 Your nervous system is closely linked to your brain’s function – water will improve both
#10 Not all headaches are tension headaches – sometimes it’s just dehydration!
#11 Reducing your risk of serious illness is a great reason to drink more water
#12 Kidney stones: they’re painful, and often preventable by drinking more water
#13 Speaking of kidneys, that’s where toxins accumulate – flush them out with water!
#14 Add regular water to your weight loss routine
#15 Muscle cells need water to function – drink more water to help yours
#16 Healthy urine is straw colours – keep yours that way with water
#17 You’re constantly losing fluids, which is the main reason you need to drink more water
#18 Drink plenty of water before a visit to the doctors – it helps your veins stand out
#19 Major organs don’t take long to fail without water, which is a compelling reason to drink!
#20 Bones require plenty of water to remain strong and healthy
#21 Water is key for regulating body temperature – without it you’ll be cold!
#22 Water is important for good bowel function, which doesn’t sound great but is still vital!
#23 Sore, dry lips are usually preventable: keep up the water, and see how you go
#24 Most of us don’t urinate often enough, and dehydration is the reason for that
#25 Got a dry mouth? That’s one reason you need to drink far more water
#26 Digesting food takes a toll on your body if you’re not drinking enough water
#27 Despite its size, skin is the last organ to receive water – drink until your skin is supple!
#28 Serious dehydration can cause your bowels and intestines to shut down altogether – and nobody likes constipation
#29 Research has linked persistent dehydration with low mood – have a glass of water and cheer up
#30 With so many positive health effects, drinking more water can actually make you a happier person
#31 Joint pain is often exacerbated by dehydration, which is a great reason to drink plenty of water
#32 Water directs the flow of vital nutrients throughout your body, so make sure you’ve got enough
#33 Our eyes require a lot of water – without it, they’ll dry up and you might feel blurry-eyed
#34 Sweating is one of our most important bodily functions and, you guessed it, it uses LOTS of water
#35 With optimal brain function heavily dependent on water, you can even see mental side effects to dehydration
#36 Staying hydrated is a good way to get sick less
#37 Already sick? Keeping up the fluids will help with a swift recovery
#38 Blocked noses often occur as a result of congested and viscous mucous. Keep it runny with water!
#39 Drinking water will aid in the regeneration of your red blood cells, which has plenty of flow on effects
#40 If you’ve just donated blood, drinking a LOT of water is essential to help your recovery
#41 Our glands require a fair bit of water to service the tissue across our body
#42 If you’re exercising, you absolutely need to water to increase your performance
#43 In Queensland, we need more water that people in colder climates – sometimes twice as much!
#44 Drinking water will help you reduce your intake of harmful sugary drinks – that’s a plus
#45 Drinking plenty of water will also help you cut down on alcohol
#46 Had a few drinks last night? Lots of water will help you shed that nasty hangover
#47 Drinking water sets a good example for your kids, who need to learn about the importance of water early
#48Urinary tract infections are bad news for everyone. Reduce their frequency by drinking more water
#49 If you’ve been training hard, drinking water will allow your muscles to recover and grow
#50 If you don’t drink water, you’ll fall sick – we can’t think of a better reason than that!