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[Living]–Today is world water day. As we celebrate this inevitable substance in human life, here are some amazing facts and benefits of water you should know.


  • Do you know you can live about a month without food, but only about a week without water. If a human does not absorb enough water dehydration is the result.
  • Do you know that by  the time you  feel thirsty,  your body has lost over 1 percent of its total water amount.
  • Do you know that your bones are 25% water.
  • Do you know that Two thirds of the water you use in your home is used in the bathroom.
  • Do you know that water makes up a full 70 percent of your body mass.
  • Water makes up nearly 85 percent of your brain.


FLUSHES TOXINS: water helps remove toxins from the body, especially from the digestive tract.

REDUCES WIEGHT: water is a weight trimming substance. It suppresses the appetite naturally and helps the body metabolize stored fat. Studies have shown that a decrease in water intake will cause fat deposits to increase, while an increase in water intake can actually reduce fat deposits.

TREATS HEADACHE AND MARGARINE: If you are feeling headache, the first thing you should opt for is to drink lots and lots of water. Headache and margarine are most cause by dehydration. So taking water will hydrate your body and bring your body temperature back to normal.

RELIEVES FATIGUES: at times when you feel well and tired, it might be because there is not enough water in the body system. When there is less water in the body, there is a drop of blood volume which causes the heart to work harder to pump oxygenated blood out in the bloodstream, and other major organs also work less efficiently. Thus, drinking adequate water can help your body function better and reduce fatigue.

AIDS DIGESTION: water improves the function of the  a gastrointestinal tract and boosts your metabolism. Thus, helps the body to properly break down food. It also helps your digestive system work well and promotes regular bowel movements. Warm water, in particular, is good for digestive health.

Isn’t water worth celebrating?

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