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Water 6 physical benefits of drinking 9-13 cups daily

Drinking enough water means taking between 9-13 cups daily! When you do, your entire body thanks you for it.

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Drinking at least 9 glasses of water daily benefits the body


Drinking water helps keep the overall health of the body sound.

Drinking enough water means taking between 9-13 cups daily (anything from 2.2 litres upwards!). It may sound like a lot but staying hydrated keeps the body and the organs functioning in superb shape.

Water keeps the digestive process and the organs involved working seamless, provides hydration and generally keeps toxins away. There are many benefits of water intake and these physical ones top the list.

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1. Bright clear eyes

Water gets the eyes white, clear and sparkling, which will instantly make you look younger and happier.

2. A radiant complexion

Drinking water gives the skin an effortless glow and hydration. The skin gets radiant and gorgeous when you drink at least 8 glasses of water each day and it's the best way to keep the skin hydrated.

3. Good circulation

When you drink more than enough water, toxins are kept at bay with good circulation in place within the body. This prevents wrinkles and makes veins less visible, giving the skin a much healthier, natural look.

4. Hydrates the skin

Water hydrates the skin from inside out and this can help to soothe and cure eczema, dry skin, spots etc. Drinking a glass of water before going to bed prevents the skin from getting dry.

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5. Water improves concentration

Drinking water helps to stay active and alert. It also helps with quality of sleep.

6. Organs will be in top shape

Water keeps the heart ticking, it keeps the bowels' movement regular and fights infection and when the insides look great in reflects on the outside too as well as general wellbeing.

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