[Viral Now] This Is What Happens When You Drink Only Water For 30 Days

The body—each molecular cell, tissue, and organ—relies upon water to remain alive and workable. Water provides a kind of health therapy, al...

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The body—each molecular cell, tissue, and organ—relies upon water to remain alive and workable. Water provides a kind of health therapy, along with sustaining your life. It greatly impacts specific body operations and the maintenance of good health. Water is continuously essential to the entire body—from the hair on your head to the skin on the soles of your feet. Every body part requires liberal hydration to work correctly.

Dr. Larry Kenney, Penn State Professor of Physiology and Kinesiology, states that, “Hydration is important because the body is comprised mostly of water, and the proper balance between water and electrolytes in our bodies really determines how most of our systems function, including nerves and muscles.”

When you only drink water as your primary beverage, outstanding things can happen. Undertaking a special water regimen is not easily achievable for some, but positive consequences are possible. Here’s what can happen when you drink only water for 30 days, without changing your diet or exercise routine.

Total health is considerably improved

A Slovakian Proverb says “Pure water is the world’s first and foremost medicine.”

That is no exaggeration! Water behaves as a catalyst for the renewal of optimal body functions. Drinking adequate amounts of water supports the performance of your liver and kidneys. These organs eliminate toxic substances, waste, and salt from your blood.

FullFitSure asserts that sufficient water consumption neutralizes pH levels, strengthens your immunity against kidney stones and other illnesses, and supports pain management (body aches and headaches), too. Water helps you become heart healthy. It decreases the threat of a heart attack by preventing your blood from thickening, and by lowering your blood pressure.

One glass of water an hour before bed is said to prevent a heart attack or stroke. It makes it easier for the heart to send freshly oxygenated blood to the organs. The American Journal of Epidemiology published a six-year study that found that people who drank more than five glasses of water a day were 41% less likely to die from a heart attack than those who drank less than two glasses a day. It advised that staying hydrated reduces the risk of colon cancer by 45%, bladder cancer by 50%, and possibly reduces breast cancer risk as well.

Skin and bones will be renewed, strengthened, and invigorated

When you drink water only for an entire month, several things happen. Initially, you may need to get accustomed to frequent restroom visits. As your body releases unhealthy substances and discharges them through your skin, you may develop acne. However, the positive points well outweigh the inconveniences.

Substantial daily intakes of water permits you to maintain clear, healthy skin and to avoid complexion problems. Astonishing transformations have been noted: hydrated skin, even skin tone and complexion revitalization, along with the vanishing of redness, blotchy spots, tired lines, dark circles, rings, shadows, and wrinkles. The concealer is no longer needed.

Water helps rebuild shock absorber cartilage, so joints can move smoothly, curtailing joint damage triggered by tension. Testimonies give evidence that joint flexibility improves with adequate intake of water.

The body goes through a detoxification, which helps you to lose pounds and inches and keep them off

When you drink only water for 30 days, your body removes irritable, harmful toxins and waste products from your vital organs. This makes your body cleaner and helps trim belly fat.

In the beginning, an increase in pounds could become a concern if your body is retaining water before adjusting to the higher intake consumption. Even so, acting as an appetite suppressant, water comes to the rescue. You’ll soon begin to consume fewer calories, lose weight, and keep it off, because the water flushes out your system, cleansing your body and reducing your hunger.

Andrea N. Giancoli, MPH, RD, and spokesperson for The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, submits that drinking one or two glasses of water before a meal can fill you up so you naturally eat less. Consuming water at regular intervals will assist with your weight management.

Mental creativity and performance will be boosted

Water is awesome for the mind and the body. The brain needs tons of oxygen to operate efficiently, so drinking more water is fundamental. It boosts your brainpower, it helps you think, helps you focus, and it makes you keen, clever, and quick. Ingesting eight to 10 cups of water per day can improve your cognitive performance by as much as 30%. When you drink only water for 30 days, your brain reacts faster, according to the Frontiers in Human Neuroscience Journal.

Drinking water can prevent fatigue and help you stay awake, according to WebMD. One woman replaced her daily coffee with water, claiming that she no longer needed the caffeine. However, if you need an added lift to concentrate and work more conscientiously, drink caffeine on an as-needed basis only, not regularly.

Metabolism and overall mood is enhanced, energy levels are significantly powered

Your choice of drink influences your metabolic rate, which fuels your daily productivity. Studies suggest that consistently drinking water during each day stimulates a more dynamic metabolism, regardless of your diet. Consuming 16 ounces of water just after awaking in the mornings raises your metabolism by 24%, according to the Health Fitness Revolution. By adding lemon to your water, you generate incredible energy, exceptional sharpness, and mental clarity.

Consistent, high-volume water intake lifts your spirits, creates better moods and decreases exhaustion. Without a doubt, it is well worth the effort to stop drinking sugary, caffeinated, and alcoholic beverages. Do this, and like others who have already kicked the habit, you will crave sweets less and less. Your energy levels will stabilize and you will enhance your body’s ability to burn fat. Water revs up your metabolic rate by 30 percent in healthy men and women, causing you to feel less confused, and upsurging your whole mood.

The aging process slows

Drinking water helps decelerate the aging process by keeping your skin adequately hydrated. It moisturizes your skin, keeps it healthy, soft, plump, glowing, youthful, and wrinkle-free. It helps maintain muscle tone, also. To realize these benefits, you must drink pure water.

In an article published by the Daily Mail, a 42-year-old mother managed to make herself appear 10 years younger in 30 days by drinking only water. She started by drinking three liters of water a day to overcome her long-standing headaches and poor digestion dilemma. After only one month, she was absolutely stunned by the spectacular results. Both of her problems were resolved, and she fully recovered from the effects of chronic dehydration.

She announced, “I genuinely can’t believe the difference in my face. I look like a different woman. The dark shadows around my eyes have all but disappeared and the blotches have gone. My skin is almost as dewy as it was when I was a child. The transformation is nothing short of remarkable… I’m feeling leaner and fitter, too, which is amazing, since the only thing I’ve changed is the amount of water I drink.”

Your finances will experience a boost

Better health, with the restoration of your body’s water reserves, vitamins, and other nutrients, is only one of the fantastic benefits that come with drinking more water. Becoming a water connoisseur saves you money.

Installing a water filtration system is the wholesome and economical way to go. Shape Magazine estimates that “replacing your daily can of soda at lunch with a free-from-the-tap glass of water (or water cooler if you have access to one) can save you about $180 a year.”

This is what happened when two women drank water only: “After 30 days of water I have less under eye circles, my face has brightened, I have less menstrual cramps, I lost 8 pounds, I spend less money and my husband has followed suit!… I also saved a lot of money! I stopped ordering drinks at restaurants and kicked my Peach Snapple habit! Lastly, this challenge has rubbed off on my husband, who now drinks water regularly with me!”

You have proper food digestion and bowel movements

Drinking enough water is hugely important for the absorption and transport of nutrients through the body. Digestion is the process whereby food is broken down into the nutrients essential for growth, energy, cell repair, and the preservation of life. Water is critical to both food digestion and bowel movements.

Food goes from your mouth to your stomach, where digestive juices containing enzymes convert it to a liquid form. From the stomach, the food moves to the small intestine. There, the pancreas, liver, and gallbladder assist with further digestion. Afterwards, the walls of the small intestine absorb the digested nutrients into the bloodstream, and the blood delivers them to the rest of the body.

Muscles in the small intestine push waste products—undigested parts of food and older cells from the GI (gastrointestinal) tract lining—into the large intestine. The large intestine assimilates water and any remaining nutrients, and then changes the waste from a liquid state into a solid form as stool. Later, it empties its contents into the rectum, which stores the stool until a bowel movement occurs.

Water helps prevent and relieve health issues like chronic constipation, bloating, heartburn, sluggishness, poor cognitive awareness, as well as improper organ functions. Drinking water only for 30 days has been shown to afford better digestion, rescue from total body water deficit, rejuvenated metabolic processes, a flatter abdomen, and adequate, regular waste removal.

You are more health conscious about what you eat and drink, developing new habits

When you brush your teeth and they are all sparkly and clean, you hesitate to put any food in your mouth, not wanting to ruin your polishing job. Likewise, after you get used to drinking water and enjoying the benefits thereof, you become more mindful of not only the beverages you drink, but also the foods you eat. You begin to take note of certain hints from your body, to question the mechanics of your food choices and your thirst. Are they proponents of your good health or not?

Charles Duhigg, a Pulitzer prize-winning reporter for the New York Times, and author of The Power of Habit, suggests that to adopt a new habit you “think deliberately about the cues and rewards you want to establish in your life that will encourage good behavior.”

Signs that activate a habit typically fall into one of five categories, he says: a certain time of day, a certain place, in the presence of certain people, because of a particular emotion, or as the result of an existing behavior that has become routine. Once you identify what triggers your pattern of choosing liquids other than water (frustration, addiction, relaxation, pre-workout, the need for an energy boost, etc.), begin replacing it with the new routine of drinking only water.

This is easier said than done. Take time to think. Purposefully anticipate setbacks and address hurdles.

“An obstacle often is very easy to deal with ahead of time, and very hard to deal with at the moment it occurs.” — Charles Duhigg

Indeed, as Stephen Johnson, EPA Administrator, has declared, “Water is the lifeblood of our bodies, our economy, our nation and our well-being.”

Wonderful results occur when you drink only water for 30 days. Get robust and fit—get hydrated. All the best to your good health and wellbeing!

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