Truth about drinking water. Let me guess, you are a person who wants to grow and learn. You probably liked or loved to get good grades at school. But even if you are older you want to make beautiful and valuable results, right? Maybe you are looking for ways to become smarter and smarter, but you do not know how to do this. You probably heard from the teachers at school or from your boss that you have to work hard, but they did not tell you so much how to work smartly. How can you do this now?
There are many different tips and techniques, but did you know for example that your brain functions better by drinking enough water? In the school desks we have never (at least not) been told that drinking enough water can improve our school performance. I used to never drink water during my University education, at most a cup of coffee during the break. Fortunately, I now know that drinking enough water improves my learning and working performance and I notice this in daily life.
Fortunately, much research has been done in the last few years into the brain and, among other things, into the effect of water on the functioning of your brain. Scientists have researched the effect of mild dehydration on humans. This dehydration was not caused by sports or extreme heat, but by drinking (a little) too little water. The scientists wanted to create a situation that many people experience in daily life (many people drink too little water per day). In this study there were two groups of people. The first group drank a glass of water before they did a test and a second group did not get any water to make the test. Eventually they compared the results of both groups and from this came a shocking discovery. The results show that cognitive performance (including thinking and remembering) is better for people who have drunk a glass of water to make the test. This clearly indicates that drinking enough water has a positive effect on your brain that you can use on a daily basis. Now that you know this I hope that you drink 2 to 3 glasses of water a day extra, because you want to work smarter instead of harder? From now on, always take water (for example a bottle) when you are going to make a test or exam, give a presentation or attend a meeting for example. Can you go to the toilet faster if you drink lukewarm water. Why do I have to pee so often. This means you will never be dehydrated and you can continue to perform optimally during your day.
In addition, other effects of water are known. Your brain consists of 80% water and enough water intake ensures that your concentration is better during important tasks. This makes you more productive and you can do more in less time. You may also know the well-known midday dip. Many people drink a cup of coffee, because they think this solves the problem. After an hour the fatigue is back again. Often the fatigue at the end of the afternoon, however, you realize you drank too little water. By drinking a glass of water you will notice that your body gets new "life-fluid" and that your energy goes up and your concentration will improve. In short, I think there are enough reasons to drink more water. Water also ensures that you waste, but I do not go into that further. From now on, always take a bottle of water with you so that you can drink whenever you want.
P.S. I know that many people like to hear and believe it, but coffee, soft drinks and (not fresh) juices do NOT count as water.
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