We all know that it’s extremely necessary to drink ample amounts of water. It’s something we hear evidently every day, but choose to ignore most of the time. While most of us may claim that we drink enough water when we’re thirsty and so it should possibly be enough, the point is that this still won’t be sufficient for your entire body. Your body is 70% made up of water, in that case just having a glass of water after every meal will never be enough. (1)

Every part of your body is made up of cells, that hold a large water content. Think of your cell as a balloon, when you fill the balloon with water, it stretches with no creases and becomes firm. That’ also what happens to your cells when you drink ample amounts of water.

Keeping that in mind, skin is the largest organ in your body, so imagine the number of cells it contains and how much water it would need in order to keep these cells rejuvenated.

Here are 5 Benefits of Drinking water for the skin

We’ve all been told to drink water for a good health. This is not something that only learn from our family but it’s also something we study from our textbooks. Water is obviously something we need for our survival but it also has more functions than just keeping us alive. If you’ve noticed when you don’t drink enough water you could get a headache as well. This is because your body is dehydrated and it’s impossible to function efficiently without water.

Also that’s the length to which water effects the functions of your system. A number of reasons could arise when you don’t drink enough and they won’t all be as small as a headache. If you don’t drink water for prolonged periods of time it could result in severe cases such as kidney stones.

Cleans your system: Naturally, when you drink enough of water, it helps in washing out all the toxins and waste inside your system. This is of importance when it comes to excretion. If there are waste and toxins in your system, it would show out on your face in the form of Acne. It’s important to have a good functioning Digestive and Excretory System.

Circulation: Water naturally travels to all parts of your body, and thus helps in transportation. When we say transportation, we’re talking about essential nutrients and minerals. Vitamin C and Vitamin E are crucial to the health of your skin, and to transport these nutrients to your skin it’s important to have enough water in your system. It also helps in transportations of blood and oxygen which again are necessary for the survival of cells. (2)

Prevents Hormonal Imbalance: As I have mentioned above, water is key to Circulation and removal of toxins. Most tissues are extremely sensitive to toxins, this could lead to an imbalance in hormones. When it comes to the Kidney which helps in the proper functioning of all the other organs as its the exit door for waste and toxins, less water will impair its functioning. When there’s a hormonal imbalance especially in the levels of Testosterone and Estrogen, this would also result in frequent breakouts on the skin. (3)

Deals with aging: Water helps in keeping the skin cells full and rigid. If there is insufficient water, the cells would shrink and droop, this would also be seen as wrinkles on the face. Water helps in rejuvenation of the cells and keeping it moisturized at all times.The cells becoming rigid also means that the skin has an elasticity to it, which further helps in delaying aging.

Skin conditions: When we see Skin conditions such as Eczema and Psoriasis, they all of the feature of excess dry skin. Although drinking ample amount of water cannot, and will not cure Dry skin, it will definitely prevent it from aggravating. (4)

Other than the facts mentioned above, drinking water can prevent a number of other issues, such as persistent headaches, brittle nails, Urinary Tract Infections, etc. Drinking enough water not only helps in just having skin but also a healthy system inside and out.

 

 

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