Posts made in December, 2015

14 Signs You Are Not Drinking Enough Water
Fran Muntz

14 Signs You Are Not Drinking Enough Water

By on Dec 17, 2015 in Healthy Living | 0 comments

We all know it is important to drink water – and the increase of people walking round with water bottles is a sure indication that the message is getting through – but how much is enough? We have 14 signs for you to check out and see how you are ranking. Also on the subject of water – do look after your health by getting a good quality stainless steel or metal water bottle – and don’t stick with the plastic bottles – two reasons… they are a massive pollutant and second most water bottles contain Bisphenol A (BPA) which can be a concern for some bottles made of polycarbonate (which shares resin identification code 7 with other plastics). High temperatures and bleaching are believed to increase leaching of BPA] Several countries have banned the use of plastics containing BPA used for water and other food items. Also PLEASE DO NOT HEAT PLASTIC BABY BOTTLES IN THE MIRCROWAVE this can also cause leaching – please, always check the makeup of your bottles. P.S. Use a nice glass that helps to enjoy the experience! 14 Signs You’re Not Drinking Enough Water   There’s not much in this world more refreshing than a tall, ice-cold glass of water. I don’t think there’s anyone alive that can deny that sometimes, a simple glass of water can be more satisfying than a cup of coffee or a can of soda. Despite this, too many of us don’t drink enough water on a daily basis. By depriving ourselves of the world’s most natural resource, we are continuously damaging our bodies. If you experience any of the following, you can improve your situation by starting with a glass of H2O. 1. Your Mouth is Dry This seems pretty obvious, but the ramifications might not be so. Of course, any time you feel that sticky, nasty feeling in your mouth, you’d obviously reach for some sort of liquid. But sugary drinks are only a temporary solution to a larger problem. Drinking water lubricates the mucus membranes in your mouth and throat, which will continue to keep your mouth moist with saliva long after that first sip. 2. Your Skin is Dry Your skin is your body’s...

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