We know that drinking plenty is good for overall health, but water has amazing beauty benefits too. Water is good for the health of our skin, hair, nails, and even aid in losing weight.
You get thirsty for a reason. When the body fluids fall below at a certain level, you get thirsty. Your body has a natural mechanism that tells you when and how much you should be drinking.
That said, there is no one-size-fits-all rule for drinking water. How much water is needed varies from person to person. However, experts say that the general rule of thumb is two to three cups of water per hour, which could be more for those who perspire a lot.
A well-hydrated body is good for the health of your skin. Dehydration damages the skins' natural barrier that can lead to dehydration and premature aging. Water also helps improve the skin's elasticity and moisture.
Also, if you are very active, you may develop heat boils and rashes due to physical activity. Water can help avoid that by normalizing your body temperature and preventing it from heating up.
Additionally, water helps keep your guts healthy and promote proper digestion. It helps regulate bowel movements and flush toxins through feces and urine. By cleansing and eliminating toxins from your body, you get glowing skin from the inside out.
Hair needs water to grow longer. When you are dehydrated, hair growth is halted. Water helps promote healthy nerve endings and hair roots and prevent hair fall, hence, healthier and longer hair.
To keep your hair healthy and shiny, experts advise washing your hair no more than once a day and use just enough hair products on your hair. Also, avoid washing hair with very cold or very hot water.
Our nails get exposed to harsh materials a lot, which over time, can make it dry and prone to chipping. If your nails frequently break and peel, it could be a sign of dehydration. Drinking enough water helps your nails retain moisture and make it stronger.
To help keep your nails healthy, make sure that your nail polishes and other treatments do not contain harsh chemicals. Some nail polish removers contain acetone, which can damage your nails, so look for acetone-free kind. Also, once in a while, allow your nails to breathe. A week free of nail polish should allow the nail to rejuvenate.
Water can help keep your eyes well-hydrated and sparkling. When your eyes are well hydrated, you can prevent redness, dry eyes, eye strain, and other problems. Proper hydration also helps minimize sunken eyes, which makes the eye look old and tired.
What contributes to eye dehydration? Experts say that caffeine, a diet high in salt, alcohol, prescription medicines, stress, staring at screens for too long, and of course, not drinking enough water.
Did you know that water naturally suppresses appetite?
Our stomach is programmed to alert the brain to stop eating once it senses that it is already full. When you drink water, it takes up space in the stomach, thus makes you feel full. Experts say that drinking a glass of water before grabbing something to eat can help you avoid eating too much.
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