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Dilute Poor Health With Increased Water Consumption

Dilute Poor Health With Increased Water Consumption
Dr. Constance Odom, MD Picture of Dr. Constance Odom, MD

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The surface of the earth is about 71% water-covered, and in spite of finding water vapor in the ground, in the air, and animals, most human beings do not get the water intake they need to be healthy. Every cell, organ, or piece of tissue in the body relies on water for life and functionality. In its own way, water is a therapy that sustains life and influences the operations of the body. When you fill your diet with nothing but water as the primary beverage, you can watch radical changes take place. Suppose you gave up coffee, soft drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks, and even milk for an entire month? Wonder what would happen? Keep reading to find out.

Decelerated Aging

Looking your best is probably a primary concern of your morning routine, and as the body ages, it can be harder to stop the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, or gray hair. With an abundance of water in the body, your skin will reap the benefits of adequate hydration. Water helps to keep the skin soft, glowing, plump, and wrinkle-free. It can also help maintain muscle tone. Drinking water can decelerate the aging process, and as one study found, a 42-year-old mother who drank three liters of water each day (and only water for 30 days) found herself looking 10 years younger after her month-long trial.

Improved Cognition

Your brain is a busy machine, and increasing your water intake can keep it functioning more effectively. Your brain relies on a healthy dose of oxygen in order to operate, and water is one of the best sources of oxygen you can feed your brain. With increased water consumption, you improve your brain’s reaction time, you enhance your focus, and you develop a more keen sense of alertness. To improve your cognitive performance by up to 30%, gulp down between 8-10 cups of water daily.

Enhanced Heart Health

Though a heart is recognized for its work to keep you alive, a strong heart is needed in order to prevent troubles with men's sexual health. Conditions of ED (erectile dysfunction) often stem from poor cardiovascular performance. The heart supplies freshly oxygenated blood to the different organs of the body, including the penis during arousal and intercourse. Without enough blood flow, a man cannot maintain an erection hard enough for sex. While medication like Mt. Everest can help improve blood flow and create a strong erection, increasing the amount of water you drink works to improve your heart health. One six-year study found that those who drank more than five cups of water each day reduced the risk of dying from a heart attack by 41% over the other participants who drank less than two glasses of water each day.

Reduced Fat

Staying in shape can be tough, especially with a busy work schedule that prevents a lot of time at the gym or domestic priorities that keep you from eating healthy each night. With 30 days of increased water consumption, your body will start to cleanse itself of harmful toxins and waste products that are clogging up your organs. As you cleanse your body, it trims unwanted belly fat. Your body will quickly adapt to the higher water intake, which acts as an appetite suppressant. Your dietary habits will change, as you will be less likely to overeat. The water helps flush out your digestive system, keeping off weight and helping you appear thinner. By drinking a glass or two of water before you sit down to eat, it will help fill up your stomach, naturally reducing your food intake.

Strengthened Bones

For those who are always in the gym or working out in the garage, drinking nothing by water for a month will help with your body’s repairs needs. Water impacts your body’s ability to rebuild shock absorber cartilage, creating joints that can move smoothly. With enough water, you can reduce joint damage that might be triggered by continual tension from workout routines or high-impact exercising. There are some studies that also show an improvement in joint flexibility with enough water consumption.

Stimulated Metabolism

If you need to jump-start a slow metabolism, studies reveal how important water is for a dynamic metabolism. By consuming 16 ounces of water right after you wake up, you can raise your metabolism by 24%. If you are working to follow a healthy diet and lose weight, a faster metabolism can help you achieve more noticeable results.


For many people, water is a boring, tasteless drink. However, knowing the extreme benefits of water might make the switch more palatable.


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