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Bottled water has become a huge industry in the U.S. for good reasons. It’s regulated by the Food and Drug Administration so you can always count on clean, refreshing water, while disposable bottles are much more convenient than constantly refilling a jug or container. You can buy it almost anywhere and take along whatever you need to the beach, a concert, or to the gym. But one of the chief reasons for you to drink plenty of bottled water is the health benefits it provides.

Boosts Your Metabolism

Keeping hydrated is essential for your bodily processes. It helps to regulate your pH, or acidity level. This is important for balancing your body chemistry to avoid illness and properly metabolize nutrients. Drinking bottled water, especially in the heat, will also help to regulate body temperature and support your immune system.

Better Performance

Letting yourself become dehydrated can lead to fatigue, mood swings, and poor motivation. Drinking enough water throughout the day will help to sustain your energy levels so that you can work or play harder and longer, and focus your attention better. Staying active longer will burn more calories and improve your overall health.

Reduced Headaches

Your brain function is also very much dependent on having adequate levels of moisture in your system. A steady intake of water can improve brain functions and help prevent headaches and migraines. If fluid is lost and not replaced, it can lower your ability to perform complex tasks, raise anxiety, and affect your short term memory.

Remove Toxins

Bodily fluids carry vital oxygen from your lungs to your cells, deliver nutrients via the blood, and regulate the production of hormones. Enzymes and proteins also need plenty of water to perform their functions correctly. Fluids also enable the liver and kidneys to remove toxins, bodily waste, and dead cells. Even your urea is heavily diluted to protect your tissues.

Healthy Skin

Dry skin can be unsightly, but also unhealthy. Poor skin can increase your risks of infection, frostbite, sunburn, wrinkles, and melanoma. It’s important that skin remain hydrated. The easiest way to do that is from within your own body by consuming plenty of fluids. Water will also give your skin the glowing, healthy look that other people find attractive.

Bottled water companies also provide different flavors, or additives like electrolytes as sports drinks. There’s a water for everyone, and drinking it freely will not only quench your thirst, but help you stay healthy.

By Hannah Whittenly
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Biography: Hannah Whittenly is a freelance writer and mother of two from Sacramento CA. She enjoys kayaking and reading books by the lake.

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