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Healthy Living Water Schedule

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As we discussed yesterday, water is essential for your body to function properly.

It flushes toxins out of your organs, carries nutrients throughout the body, and provides a moist environment for sensitive tissues and organs.

About 70 percent, our bodies are mostly made up of water, and our blood is about 90 percent water.

The average person loses 2 –3 liters of water every day, through sweat, urine, respiration and cellular function.

When your body is not properly hydrated, it will begin to send signals to your brain and produce the following symptoms:

  • Headache
  • Thirst
  • Dry mouth
  • Muscle weakness/cramps
  • Fatigue or Lethargy
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Moodiness
  • Lightheadedness

If you find it challenging to incorporate drinking water into your daily routine – here is a Healthy Living Water Schedule to help you build a healthy “habit”.

Healthy Living Water Schedule:

1st glass at 6:30am
Because your body starts to dehydrate after a long night of rest, it’s a good idea to drink your first glass of water when you wake up to help your kidney and liver to detoxify. Also, do not eat your breakfast right away but wait about half an hour after drinking your first glass of water.

2nd glass at 8:30am
If you’re on the GO a lot – you are likely to perspire and perhaps become tense because of having to rush, and your body will start to dehydrate. At this time, you should replenish by drinking water.

3rd glass at 11:30am
If you’re working in an air-conditioning environment, you may be losing moisture in your body so it’s good to rehydrate.

4th glass at 1:00pm
After lunch, drinking water aids your digestion and enables the food nutrients to be better absorbed by your body.

5th glass at 3:00pm
Good time to take a water break – to refresh your mind.

6th glass at 5:00pm
Drinking water at this time will make you feel satiated and prevent any overeating during dinner.

7th glass at 8:00pm
Drinking water half an hour after your dinner will boost the performance of peristalsis, a series of organized muscle contractions that occur throughout the digestive tract.

8th glass at 10:00pm
Drinking water an hour before bed will help in your cell renewal process during your sleep.

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Healthy Blessings,

Gena Livings


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