Drink Or Perish, The Importance Of Upping Your Water Intake

November 3, 2014

I know you’ve heard it a million times, ‘drink more water.’ But do you actually do what you know you should each and everyday? Especially  for something as important as drinking more water? I’m guessing you don’t, and that is what this week on The Anxiety Guy blog is all about. Simply this:


Getting Back To The Basics


Water fills the common processes of the body, which includes transporting nutrition with less hassle. Water can help regulate our internal body temperature as well. In addition, water can help you to live healthier, lose weight, enjoy healthier and younger skin, and even prevent a variety of diseases. Illness, poor skin conditions, obesity, and so forth are all aging issues that make a person feel older. It restores the body, by providing natural resources that even reduce wrinkles.

Water to many is a secret, yet the truth behind It Is rarely promoted. Therefore, if you want to live with a youthful flesh, drink plenty of water. In fact, up to 20% of your skin is made up of water. Along with water you can use moisturizers to promote healthier skin. Moisturized skin often perks up, while presenting a smoother look. Water and moisturizer combined can reduce fine lines, crow feet, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. Still, once you reach the age 30 you will need more than water and moisturizer. The body’s oil, as well as the sweat glands changes as we advance in age. Women endure additional problems as they age, since loss of estrogen from menopause can increase drying of skin.



Important Tip: Did you know that showering or bathing in hot water can cause dry skin. Health experts state that you should use lukewarm water to bath.




Hint: If you purchase body and face cleansers with ingredients such as sodium, water, cetyl alcohol, glycerin, stearyl alcohol, and so forth it can enhance the skin. Also, use moisturizer immediately after you bath. When you drink plenty of water you enhance your chances of living longer, healthier, and happier. The downside is most tap water today is not fresh or clean. Still, you can purchase healthier water at stores for low costs. Water also helps to keep the colon revived. If you drink plenty of water you can reduce the risks of colon cancer. It will also help you to fight constipation and diarrhea. Since water softens the stools you can relax more while using the bathroom.


Important Tip: Humidifiers will moisture the air, which can save your skin from dryness.


Drinking water one half hour before meals can help you to eat less, and burn more calories. Accordingly, drinking plenty of water can help you lose weight. Water will also help you avoid kidney and bladder infections, as well as kidney disease. It will flush the system, accordingly purifying the body. It can also prevent kidney stones. Kidney stones are painful; consequently if you drink plenty of water you can avoid such pain kidney stones cause.


Important Tip: Using the bathroom immediately when the urge occurs can help you avoid health issues, such as crystalline creeping into the urinary track.


Water can also help you to avoid soreness of muscles. To reduce muscle soreness you can drink water before and after physical activities. If you cannot handle drinking 8-ouch glasses at a time, try drinking a half cup throughout the day. You should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily, unless you have pending illnesses. If you have pending illnesses you should drink more water.


Final Important Tip: sparkling water, milk, and juices can add up the glasses of daily water. Thus, if you hate the taste of water, drink plenty of fresh juices and divide the water intake in half.


Few people find it hard to drink more H2o. It seems to distort their taste buds, yet what they do not realize is if you drink loads of pop, beer, and so forth you are only harming the body, which leads to poor health and heightened anxiety.


Are you one of the many guilty ones who don’t consume enough water daily? Share your strategies, tips and success stories in the comment section below.

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4 comments on “Drink Or Perish, The Importance Of Upping Your Water Intake

  1. David Dec 1, 2014

    I am not sure that people know how important water is to your body. You have some GREAT tips here and the ways that it effects your body. Thanks for posting this!

  2. Walter Dec 1, 2014

    Water is so important to many things, including your diet. So many times people feel hungry, but they are actually dehydrated and need to drink some water. Because of my super dry skin in the winter, I am going to use the showing tip you posted above!