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How Drinking Water In An Empty Stomach Helps.

Our body comprises almost 70% of water it’s benefits are undeniable for a good health. Water is responsible for the good functioning of all the organs in our body. Water is the best thing to quench your thirst and also drinking water in an empty stomach can cure many problems of our body and its proven results shows us that it is highly beneficial this way.

Here are some of the ways which will help our body on drinking water in the morning as soon as you wake up.

  • It flushes out all the toxins from our body

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Source: Healthline

Water forces bowel movements. When you drink water on an empty stomach in the morning, it helps get rid of all the harmful toxins that might have developed overnight leaving your body healthy and fresh.

  • It improves metabolism

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Water boosts our metabolism by 25%. And if you are on a diet, water speeds our metabolism which helps reduce weight in the long run. It also helps in digestion of food.

  • Improves your skin

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Source: Reader’s Digest

Water increases the blood flow in our skin making our skin glow. Also dehydrated skin causes pimples and wrinkles. It also flushes out all the toxins from the body giving your skin a fine radiance.

  • Boosts Immunity

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Source: W24

Drinking water first thing in the morning helps maintain the fluid balance in our body. This way our body fights off infections more effectively thus maintaining a healthy immunity system.

  • It boosts energy

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Source: The Economic Times

Drinking water in the morning helps you feel active instantly. It promotes the growth of red blood cells hence providing more oxygen and energy to the body.

Apart from this, maintaining this habit will also prevent you from gastritis, hikes in blood pressure levels and also diabetes. So make sure you start this routine soon. For more such content, follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for more such posts and you can also download our app to stay updated: Tell Me Nothing.

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