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Is Drinking Water Good for Your Skin?

Water is the essential to human health because it helps to regulate body temperature and it carries nutrients to our cells in our body. We need to replace the water we lose throughout the day. We could be sitting at our desk the entire day and we are losing large amounts of water either by passing urine or through perspiration. Drinking 8 glasses of water a day will help the body get flush toxin and waste from the body. However, not everyone will agree that drinking water is beneficial for the skin. But it certainly doesn’t hurt to drink more water. People have claimed that their skin exudes a radiant glow when they drink more water. Let’s find out the benefits we can reap from drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day.

Detoxification

Water flushes out toxins from our organs while delivering essential nutrients to the cells, which helps our organs carry out their function effectively. Skin being the largest organ of our body stands to benefit from water drinking because it helps to eliminate toxin and waste away from the skin and delivering nutrients at the same time.

Natural anti-ageing capabilities

One of the most visible signs of ageing is the formation of wrinkles and fine lines due to the loss of moisture from the skin. Drinking water is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to keep the skin hydrated. Plump, hydrated skin looks younger and more radiant. In addition, water helps to plump up wrinkled, moisture-starved skin, giving the complexion a more dewy appearance.

Reduce inflammation

Poor dietary habits can lead to inflammation. Studies have shown that consuming too much added refined sugar and carbohydrates cause inflammation in the body. Over time, prolonged inflammation can cause several health problems such as heart diseases, diabetes and cancer. Staying hydrated keeps inflammation in check by flushing out waste and toxins from the body. By reducing inflammation in the body, skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis will be well-controlled too.

Increased blood flow to the skin

Blood contains a high percentage of water. Keeping your body well-hydrated is a straightforward and easy way to maintain or improve blood circulation in your body. Recent studies have also emerged supporting the claim that keeping the body hydrated increases blood flow to the skin, giving you the coveted glow and radiance.

How to increase water intake

Plain water is not the only thing that can keep you hydrated. All beverages like coffee and tea contribute towards your daily recommended intake of water. We might have heard that caffeinated beverages like coffee and tea are diuretic and they make you lose more water that you drink. The truth is that these caffeinated beverages make you urinate more but the consumption of these beverages will still count towards your recommended daily intake of water. Food that you eat such as porridge, soup and fruits may also contribute to the total fluid intake. However, these foods may contain either too much sugar or sodium. And too much of sugar and salt are not good for health. Watch your intake of sugar and sodium to reduce the risks of developing diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Water remains the best choice for fluid hydration and fluid replacement. 

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