This is Why You Should Drink Water Before Bed

You are probably tired of hearing that you should drink water all day long and that water is important for your health, aren’t you?

And do you know why water is so important for the good functioning of your body?

The body is made of approximately 80% water, and we can’t last more than three days without it.

Water is essential for digestion, nutrient absorption, chemical reactions, transport and metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates, toxin elimination, transport of residues, and appetite control.

Also, our body needs water to regulate body temperature, protect the nervous system, cushion the joints and maintain the skin’s humidity.

Did you know that the lack of water is what causes fatigue throughout the day?

Also, even a decrease of 2% of the water in the body can trigger issues like mental confusion and troubles with basic mathematics, besides troubles focusing your eyes on the computer screen or on paper.

You might be thinking:

”But if I drink water before going to bed, won’t I need to wake up in the middle of the night to go to the toilet? What’s good in that?”

After watchint the video, you will see why the benefits of drinking water at night are bigger than the small discomfort of having to wake up once or twice to go to the toilet.

Now that you know why it is important to drink water before sleeping, why don’t you check what else the habit of drinking water can do to your health?

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