13 Refreshing Ways Drinking Water Can Fix Your Body By Staying Hydrated
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13 Refreshing Ways Drinking Water Can Fix Your Body By Staying Hydrated

Staying hydrated does amazing things for your body, it's pretty much magic.

13 Refreshing Ways Drinking Water Can Fix Your Body By Staying Hydrated

I’m no scientist, but I’m pretty sure water can be considered medicine. There are tons of benefits of drinking water -- but let’s get real -- how many glasses do you drink a day? Hopefully when you read about how amazing your body will feel after being hydrated properly, you will want to fill up a glass right after you read this. Here are 13 awesome ways water makes you healthier. Stay hydrated!

1. Clears acne

Water flushes out the toxins from your skin and gives you a glow; I’ll take it.

2. Relieves bloating

Bloating happens, but drinking water will help to relieve it.

3. Aids in digestion

You digest food better when you have a glass of water with your meals.

4. Getting over a cold

If you’re sick, the absolute best thing to do is stay hydrated.

5. Are you really hungry?

Sometimes our bodies make us think we are hungry when our brain is really trying to tell us we need water.

6. Have a better workout

When you are in the gym working up a sweat, water is the greatest for replacing what you sweat out.

7. Helps sore muscles

Even after exercising, keep drinking water to prevent your muscles from tightening up and feeling sore.

8. Stops bad breath

A major reason why bad breath is a thing is because our mouths are dry. Drink up!

9. Avoid headaches

Dehydration plays a big role in why you get those pounding headaches.

10. Boosts your energy

Instead of grabbing a coffee when you need a pick-me-up, just drink some water and you should feel energized.

11. Heals dry skin

When lotion isn’t cutting it for your dry skin, water will rehydrate your skin.

12. Helps after drinking

After a long night, your body needs water to soothe your hangover and help those kidneys.

13. Your insides will thank you.

Our bodies are made of about 60% water; we thrive when we’re hydrated.

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