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Make Drinking More Water Part of Your New Year’s Resolution
One of the biggest realities of change is that sometimes you don’t need to do it all at once.
One change, if it’s significant enough, can cause a chain reaction that can lead to other, positive results. So, if you’re looking for one thing to change this New Year as part of your resolution, may we suggest pledging to drink more water in 2019?
Making this one simple change can be a catalyst for improving your overall health.
There are a lot of positive things water can do for you. Besides the obvious hydration, water can also help with other areas of your health:
- Water helps your skin maintain its elasticity and doesn’t dry out, crack, or become wrinkled.
- Water detoxifies your body by helping flush out your kidneys and remove waste from the body.
- Water helps to regulate your temperature.
- Water protects your muscles and tissues including the sensitive areas around your spinal cord and nervous system.
- Water cushions your joints so that you are able to move easier and without pain.
- Water is a vital alternative to sodas and juices that are full of sugar and can promote obesity and dental problems like tooth decay.
But water can also help with other health issues that you may want to overcome in the New Year.
For instance, drinking more water can help reduce your appetite, leading you to eat less and lose weight.
When you drink more water and flush out your system, you’ll have more energy and vitality that will make it easier to keep your resolution to exercise more and stay active.
And when you’re staying active and feeling better, you won’t have as much of a problem with stress and you can sleep easier at night. All of this can result from making one simple change—drinking more water.
How can you add more water in your daily routine?
Now you know why water is so important to a healthy lifestyle. But how do you actually make it a point to add this in to your daily routine?
- One generally accepted rule for water consumption is that you should drink 8 glasses (8 ounces each) every day. That means 64 ounces of water is about right to keep you healthy.
- Other studies have shown that you need to take your weight in pounds and halve that number to determine the number of ounces of water you need to drink. The bottom line is, the more you can drink, the better off you will be.
- Another good way to incorporate water is to add just a little bit of natural fruit to it. This gives it a flavor and a little pizzazz that will keep you coming back for more without adding artificial sweeteners or chemicals.
- Many people also prefer ice-cold water to room-temperature, so they find this easier to drink during the day. To encourage this, invest in some freezer-safe water bottles that can keep your water extra cold.
By taking a few simple steps to add water to your daily routine, you can set off a chain reaction that will help with your overall health. At the core of this routine should be Le Bleu Ultra Pure Water, the purest brand of water you can find.
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