8 Ways Water Rocks!Healthy weight. Water replaces high-calorie drinks like soda and juice drinks with a drink that doesn't have any calories. It's a great appetite suppressant. Often when we think we're hungry, we're actually just thirsty.
Get Energized. Being even mildly dehydrated can sap your energy and make you feel tired. If you're thirsty, you're already dehydrated -- and this can lead to fatigue, muscle weakness, and dizziness.
Think Better. Drinking more water everyday will help your think more clearly. Research has repeatedly shown that staying hydrated is necessary for the human brain, which is 85 percent water, to function at optimal levels. That’s why many school systems around the country are starting to encourage students to keep a bottle of water at their desks and to drink it throughout the day.
Get well. The traditional suggestion to “drink plenty of fluids” when you’re sick still holds true. Water can help control a fever, replace lost fluids, and thin out mucus. Water plays a vital role in nearly every bodily function.
Headache cure. Another symptom of dehydration is headaches. In fact, sometimes when we have headaches it's simply a matter of not drinking enough water. There are lots of other causes of headaches of course, but dehydration is a common one.
Healthy skin. It won't happen overnight, of course, but drinking enough water can have good effects on your skin.
Better digestion. Our digestive systems need enough water to digest food and absorb food properly. Drinking water reduces constipation.
Better exercise. Being dehydrated can severely hamper your athletic performance. Exercise requires additional water, so be sure to hydrate before, during and after exercise.
Healthy for life. Studies show that drinking plenty of water reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer.