Water is the single most important dietary nutrient you take into your body. It lubricates your joints, aids your digestion, promotes healthy circulation, clears away harmful toxins, and regulates your temperature. These benefits are just scratching the surface of what drinking water will do for your body.
If you drink too little water and too much soda, coffee or other liquids, you may not know it right away except by the quality of your urine. The human body is incredibly adaptable. When you don't drink enough water, your body adjusts as well as it can even though you're not giving it the resources to function at its best. You probably don't even notice the short-term effects of dehydration, so you might not do anything about it. But over the long term you can't help but be affected. Many doctors agree, a laundry list of health problems afflicting Americans are either caused by or made worse from chronic dehydration.
…you could be suffering from the effects of chronic dehydration. Fortunately, the cure is easy. And it offers a load of benefits besides getting rid of uncomfortable symptoms.