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Water And Healthy Skin

16 Apr Water And Healthy Skin

Many underestimate the importance of adequate water intake to general health of the body.  Actually, your brain is 90% water and your body is about 70% water, the majority of your blood and every cell in your body is composed of water.

The skin is an organ, made up of cells. And skin cells, like any other cell in the body, are made up of water. Without water, the organs will certainly not function properly or at their best.

Water serves great importance to the skin. It brings about healthy and younger looking skin.

It is recommended an individual should take at least 2 liters of water or 8 glasses of water daily for overall good health as water is involved in and helps improve many bodily functions. Such as digestion, absorption, circulation, and excretion.

Without sufficient water, metabolic wastes would not be removed from the body efficiently as water assists in the flushing harmful toxins from the body. Infact, the body wouldn’t function properly without water.

 

Benefits Of Adequate Water Intake To Skin

  1. Hydration:

One of the main benefits of adequate water intake is skin hydration, this prevents dryness of the skin.

  1. Skin Appearance

The blood pulls water from skin cells, when your blood gets thick and water-deficient from organs pulling water from it. This causes your skin to look dry and your eyes to look darker and sunken. Adequate water intake stops this from happening, as the skin appears plumper and healthier, when properly hydrated.

  1. Anti-aging Benefit:

When the skin is dry, it becomes less resilient and elastic, making it prone to wrinkling and this often lead to premature aging. Hydrated skin counters this effects. Adequate water benefits the skin by inducing a younger looking skin with no wrinkles, and allows skin to maintain its elasticity and suppleness.

  1. Skin Radiance.

Drinking water attributes to a radiating, healthy skin.

  1. Acne Control

Adequate water intake is necessary to flush out toxins out of the body via the excretory system. With inadequate amounts of water flowing through the body, these toxins can build up in the body and escape through the skin pores. This contributes to acne. Therefore, by flushing the body internally with water, acne breakouts are less likely to occur due to toxin release through the skin.

  1. Treatment of Some Skin Disorders

Drinking adequate amount of water helps with the treatment of skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis.

  1. Dark eye circles.

Proper hydration will help to eliminate sunken eyes and circles under the eyes. Skin plumpness is also sometimes stated as a benefit of drinking water.

 

Sources and Types of Drinking Water

Water intake should not be limited to distilled water, bottled water, or tap water. Water-rich fruits such as melons, vegetables, and foods serves great purpose to hydrating the skin.

It is also observed that water in foods stays in the body longer and has a better chance of being absorbed, whereas liquid water exits the stomach quickly and gets expelled quickly before proper absorption is able to occur.

Beverages such as milk and juice also contribute to the daily water intake total. Although beverages such as coffee and Alcoholic beverages also do not hydrate.

 

Dangers Associated With Excessive Water Intake

Excessive water intake may be an issue for some people, who have trouble eliminating fluids,

Signs of water intoxication in these specific groups include mild headaches, confusion, coma, seizures, and maybe death. It is advised to consult a doctor in cases like this.

Drinking excessive amounts of water may also lead to hyponatremia (too little sodium in the blood). Elderly individuals, athletes such as marathon runners, and people with congestive heart failure and cirrhosis of the liver are most at risk for suffering this rare condition.

Conclusively, an average healthy person benefits from drinking water in elevated amounts.

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