Seriously - drink water. Lots of water (an annoying amount!).
And here’s why: Your body is super fluid.
Rough estimates show that an adult human body is made up of 60% water; the human brain and heart 73% water, skin, muscles, bones and all your organs - WATER. Most importantly, your plasma (which makes up 50% of your blood volume) is 90% water. Your body and blood need water in order to continue carrying oxygen, minerals, nutrients and hormones to your organs which are critical to your body’s ability to function.
Water also helps to aid in the production of LYMPH in the body; a fluid that is carried through the body by Lymph Vessels. Lymph floats around, collecting bacteria and invaders, moving them to the lymph nodes: small structures that act as filters for harmful substances found in your neck, around your collarbone, in your armpits and groin. These little lymph nodes contain immune cells that help to fight infection by attacking and destroying germs collected throughout the body by the Lymph Fluid.
So, how do you get all fluid and flowing with fresh blood and Lymph that will help your organs function and help fight bacteria and infection in your body?
DRINK . YOUR . WATER