Earth is about 70% water. There are billions of organisms who reside deep within oceans and on the surface of exotic lakes that need to be surrounded by water constantly in order to survive and thrive.
Like these billions of creatures such as plankton, fish, eels, and more, all other living organisms rely on the presence and consumption of water to some extent. Humans are no exception, as water is one of the most important factors that make up the human body.
Up to 60% of the human adult body is comprised of water, which may be surprising to some, considering the mass of their bones and muscles. Along with making up a huge part of your body’s composition, water also regulates bodily functions and helps facilitate toxin removal and oxygen flow, just to name a couple of ways in which water is necessary. This is why it is so important for the average adult male to continuously consume water throughout the day in order to drink the recommended three liters per day.
Water not only regulates organ and bodily function but has a large variety of other health benefits as well.
For example, consuming an adequate amount of water can help you tolerate more pain, reduce over-consumption of unnecessary processed food by regulating your appetite, increase your energy level, clear your skin, aid in successful bodily excretion, and can clear your mind in order to allow your energy and brain to be more focused and present.
Setting the personal goal to consume more water every day can ultimately accumulate into all of these incredible health benefits.