Benefits of Drinking Water

Benefits of Drinking Water

You always hear people telling you to drink water or to increase your fluid intake in general.

Water can assist the human body in carrying out all bodily functions and helps in disease control.

In fact, dehydration can lead to many life-threatening health conditions.

So what are the benefits to drinking water?


Better Physical Performance

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Studies show that even mild dehydration can cause impairment in any physical activity.

It's important to stay hydrated, especially when carrying out long or intense exercise.

When you sweat, your body experiences a lot of fluid loss. Drinking water can help regulate your body temperature, helping you cool down your body.

Prevent Constipation

Water can heavily influence your digestive system. Constipation happens when the faeces in your colon don't acquire enough water, which can cause infrequent bowel movements.

Water is redirected from the large intestine to hydrate the remainder of your body when you are dehydrated.

If you're not adequately hydrated, your stool will be drier, harder, and more challenging to pass through your bowels.

For a healthy bowel, be sure you get adequate daily fluid intake.

Help Energy Levels

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How hydrated you are can affect your mental energy levels.  Every cell in your body needs water to function properly, and brain cells are no different.

Water aids in the transportation of nutrients and oxygen in the form of blood circulation for optimal brain function. It also helps regulate your blood pressure.

Poor cognitive function, reduced motivation and memory are some results of dehydration.

Your mental energy levels might be severely reduced by even mild dehydration.

Help Prevent Headaches 

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Dehydration is one of the most common causes of headaches and also causes the brain to constrict briefly as a result of fluid loss.

A headache is the result of the brain pulling back from the skull's lining as a result. Next time you get a headache, think about whether you might simply be dehydrated.

Help Prevent Kidney Stones

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Hard deposits of salt and minerals called kidney stones can develop in the kidney or urinary system.

To minimise the concentration of minerals that can form these stones, your body must have enough fluids.

The colour of your urine is a reliable sign to show if you are staying hydrated.

Urine will be darker in colour if you are dehydrated. You should drink plenty of water if this is the case.

You have adequate fluids in your body if your urine is clear or pale yellow in colour.

Help Control Calorie Intake

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For many years, dieters have used drinking plenty of water to help them in their weight loss journey.

While drinking more water instead of sugary drinks like soft drinks won't magically make you lose weight, it can definitely assist in controlling your calorie intake.

Water-rich foods tend to require longer chewing and digest more slowly in the body, all of which contribute to the feeling of fullness.

Fruits, vegetables, broth-based soups, oats, and beans are examples of foods high in water content.


Simple Steps To Take

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It can be hard to keep track of your water intake.

The recommended intake is eight glasses of water, but not everybody's glass is the same size. To make sure you have adequate hydration, it is recommended that men drink around 3.7 litres and women drink around 2.7 litres a day.

Well, now that you know the health benefits of drinking water, some steps you can take to help in increasing fluid intake to prevent dehydration include:

  • Eat water-rich foods

  • Use a water bottle and know how much water it holds

  • Reduce other beverages like soda, alcoholic drinks and caffeinated drinks

  • If plain water is boring, drink ice cold water (use freezer-safe water bottles if you are putting your bottled water in the freezer)

  • Drink more water if you're in hot climates to prevent heat exhaustion as you lose water more in excess heat

  • Use real fruits and vegetables in your water for added flavours

Learn more tips for staying hydrated here!


Experience the Benefits of Drinking Water with the SodaStream Sparkling Water Maker

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Plain mineral water can get boring after a while, so switching to carbonated water can give you that added flair to help you get enough fluid intake.

Try out SodaStream and see the benefits of an increased fluid intake for yourself!

With our sparkling water makers, you can get carbonated water with ease and efficiency. In fact, surveys have shown that our users drink 43% more water after switching to SodaStream.

We make drinking water as fun as conventional sugary drinks, without any of the harmful artificial preservatives and colourings.

Add some of our syrups for some classic drinks, or make these healthy user-favourite fruit infusions in just one minute!

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Before you know it, you'll be reaching for your very own high-quality sparkling water to stay hydrated instead of sugary drinks.

More than just providing convenience, getting a SodaStream machine will be a life-transforming decision for the better.

A healthy, hydrated lifestyle will come easy with your very own SodaStream. We are the best investment to achieve your lifestyle goals.

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