Considering that over 60% of our body is composed of water, and understanding the importance of water, we need to take a closer look at the health benefits that water has on the human body. Water has been linked to preventing or treating many diseases.
Let’s look at the health benefits of how water can aid in many of the following health issues and diseases.
Joint Pain: Water can keep all joints and cartilage in between bones moist and fluid.
Osteoporosis: Bone formation is essential with proper hydration.
Skin Health: Lack of perspiration will not cool body and keep skin moist and become dry.
Prevent Cancer: Water normalizes the blood manufacturing system that can prevent cancer.
Brain Damage: Dehydration can cause damage in the blood vessels in the brain.
Prevent Heart Disease: Can help prevent clogging of arteries and pathways to the brain.
Depression: Water replenishes its natural supply of the neurotransmitter serotonin.
Lack of Energy: Water provides electrolytes and magnetic energy required to fuel the body.
Sleep Disorders: Hydration is needed to for the production of melatonin (natural sleep regulator).
Toxins: Water the primary component to transport harmful waste and toxins out of the body.
PH Balance: Water helps regulate our natural PH balance in our body to prevent disease.
Eye Maintenance: Water helps moisturize and allow tear ducts to lubricate the cornea.
Cell Health: Keeps cells moist for future cell generation.
Kidney Failure: Water is an essential nutrient for the kidneys to work effectively.
Urinary Tract Infections: Water can dissolve calcium and reduce stone formation.
Viruses: Dehydration makes you more susceptible to illness and viruses.
Overheating: Water directly reduces overheating by providing enough fluid for perspiration.
Constipation: Water keeps fluid in waste transportation allowing for continuous removal.
Breathing: Water plays a vital role in distributing oxygen while collecting carbon dioxide.
Migraines: Circulation of blood flow can improve with water helping with headaches and migraines.