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The importance of staying hydrated

The Importance Of Keeping Hydrated

Water is one of our body’s most vital components. It serves as a building block, providing means for the execution of a number of bodily functions. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that one’s survival is dependent upon this liquid.
Staying at optimum levels means that one should consume enough water as to remain healthy. It doesn’t matter if you already are healthy or how much you’ve aged, drinking sufficient water is essential!

How Does Water Help Us?

Water can either can be your body’s best friend or its worst nightmare. When hydrated, one would show better moods and high levels of brain activity along with improved physical performances. It also facilitates a person in maintaining or losing his weight and in strengthening the immune system.  Some other bodily functions include:

  • Acting as a means for transportation of food, nutrients etc.
  • Supporting healthy kidney functioning
  • Increases shock absorbing capacity of your brain
  • Serves as a solvent for numerous chemical reactions taking place in your body.

What Happens When You Get Dehydrated?

Experiencing headaches, mood swings, fatigue, dizziness, dry mouth etc. is the body’s way of telling you that it needs water. One shouldn’t wait around for these symptoms to occur. You should monitor your water intake regularly and make up for any carelessness immediately. After all, precaution is better than cure!

Risk Factors Of Dehydration:

Water needs differ from one person to another. Following is a list of people who are found to be highly susceptible to dehydration than others.

  • Athletes or others who work out excessively
  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • People who are unwell or have a medical condition like kidney stones, diarrhea, vomiting etc.
  • Aged people as their brains no longer function efficiently to send out signals for being thirsty.

Our body weight consists of 60% of water and it is essential that this percentage be maintained. Naturally, you tend to lose water when you urinate, sweat under hot weather conditions or are physically active. It is important that you drink more water in order to make up for what’s lost.

Run A Test!

Your urine is the best way to tell if you’re keeping yourself topped up with water or not. If your urine is light or almost colorless, it means you’re healthy. If it’s dark, you should consider increasing your water consumption. Drinking at least 6 to 8 glasses of water daily is highly recommended for all.

3 Beneficial Tips 

  • Keep a small water bottle with you at all times. Refill it whenever you run out. This is a pocket-friendly way to fulfill your bodily requirements.
  • If its difficult for you to keep reminding yourself to drink water often, make a schedule. Remind yourself to drink water before and after every workout, before eating or before leaving the house.
  • Stock up on foods that have high water content. Foods like vegetables, salads, fruits, fresh juices, vitamin waters etc. would help do the job.

 Hands up if you feel this is very true for you after a big day or a big night

 I know it is for me!....