[This is “water”] If you don’t drink enough water, your metabolism becomes unbalanced and other health problems arise. You have to drink six to eight glasses of water a day.
If you don’t drink enough water, you’ll end up with chronic fatigue, high blood pressure, and weight gain.
1. Chronic fatigue
Not drinking enough water is also directly linked to chronic fatigue.
When there is not enough moisture, cells slow cell activity and generate less energy.
People who don’t drink enough water easily get tired and sleepy.
2. High blood pressure
If you don’t drink enough water, the amount of blood in the blood vessels that originally should be full decreases.
The body secretes histamine hormones to ensure that dehydration does not appear in the body’s organs and functions properly.
Histamine constricts arteries and blood vessels, which increase blood pressure.
3. Weight gain
We sometimes confuse thirst with hunger. So there are people who eat when their bodies say they need water.
If you want to maintain proper weight and take care of your health, you must remember this.
Let’s also remember that drinking water accelerates metabolism and consumes more calories.