11 Reasons Dehydration Is Making You Sick And Fat
We need water as much as we need air, and our body sends signals whenever we’re dehydrated. Lack of water in the body causes side-effects such as fatigue, skin and digestive problems, headaches, bladder and kidney disorders, etc. However, not many people are aware that they’re dehydrated, which is why it’s best to sip water throughout the day.
We suggest drinking 2 glasses of water after waking up to regulate your blood pressure which is a much healthier option than drinking a cup of morning coffee. Drinking sodas, tea or sweetened juices will not hydrate your body the same as water. These drinks have the opposite effect – sugar and salt, for example, can force the body to waste water supplies in order to flush them out from the system. If you can’t live without coffee, make sure you’re drinking an extra glass of water per a cup of coffee during the day.
Water will accelerate your metabolism and make you feel full, effectively helping you to lose weight naturally.
See the chart below to see what water means for your health: