Can Drinking The Right Water Make You Look Younger And Better?


Dry skin is one of the signs of an aging body. As we get old, skin loses sebum, and in turn, loses moisture. Drinking plenty of water is imperative for someone who wants to slow down the signs of aging such as dry skin. Any doctor would say we have to drink at least 8 glasses of water each day. But most of them did not mention what kind of water we should drink. And I guess we ought to know.

What does water do?

Water cleanses our bodies. It promotes the efficiency of blood circulation to help expel the toxins out of the body. Water aids the body in swilling out waste from particular cells, keeping them in a good state. While it carries away toxins from the skin, water also transports necessary vitamins and minerals into individual cells.

The need to rehydrate skin

Water comprises 70% of our body. Skin, being the largest organ, has a lot of water in it. But the body consumes and expels lots of water in a day. Because of this, our skin needs regular rehydration. The most powerful moisturizers are not enough to take the place of the element that comprises our body most. Not enough rehydration causes the skin to look dry, tough, and old.

Getting old

We get older since we are not flushing out of all the generated wastes within our body allowing these toxins and impurities to mount up within our body. For our body to operate and to maintain its temperature, we consume nutrients inside our cells. The chief ingredients of all foods, real or junk, plant or animal, alkaline or acid, costly or not, are proteins, fats, or carbohydrates. And these are nothing but the amalgamations of these elements: oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen.

After undergoing the digestive and circulatory processes, these nutrients will be oxidized at the cellular level. After this, oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen will all turn into organic acids: fatty acids, ammonia, uric acids, etc.

These acidic rubbishes are expelled in the form of urine or sweat after having undergone some processes in the blood. Regrettably, as a result of our lifestyles (i.e., too much stress, not getting enough sleep, not enough workout, too much ingestion, smoking, etc.), the body can’t rinse out all those acidic wastes produced in our body. These waste products build up in an area in our body. What’s worse is that we don’t consume enough fruits and vegetables which are alkaline foods. We get old by this process.

The Right Water

To reverse aging caused by acidic waste products, we should drink alkaline water. Acid-free alkaline water or micro water is created by cleaning tap water (typically with a pH of 7) and letting it go through an electroanalysis chamber. Alkaline and acid minerals found in tap water are split b a device called a water ionizer. The system would release water with a pH of 9 (alkaline) and another set with a pH of 5 (acidic).

Drinking alkaline water is one of the most helpful and trouble-free ways to flush toxins and delay the process of aging. Its effectiveness lies in the fact that it penetrates deeper than ordinary water. There, it dissolves and transports wastes out of the body.

Alkaline water is more than twice as effective as ordinary tap water. In fact, the effectiveness of three glasses of alkaline water is greater than six glasses of a regular one. With this alkaline water, 4 glasses are enough to suffice your daily water need and delay aging, in turn.

How to keep the seniors be hydrated every day?

If a senior refuses to drink plain water, there are plenty of modifications and alternatives available. Try using water enhancers, opting for pre-flavored waters, serving a half water half juice mixture, or fruit-infused water.

Consider both savory and sweet flavors. Warm chicken, beef, or vegetable broth can provide a soothing savory source of fluids and electrolytes that seems more like a “meal” and less like a drink. For those who are fond of sweets, popsicles, milkshakes, and smoothies may be more enticing options that function as a sweet vehicle for fluids.

Drinkware can be an important component as well. Someone with low vision might be able to see an opaque, brightly colored cup more easily and therefore drink from it more often. Particularly resistant seniors may find a beverage more appetizing if it is served in a pretty glass or with garnish. For example, try serving a healthy smoothie in an old-fashioned soda fountain glass with a piece of fresh fruit on the rim.

Sometimes specialized drinkware may be necessary for those with swallowing difficulties, tremors, arthritis, motor skill problems, and muscular weakness. Cups with two handles, a no-spill lid, a built-in straw, or ergonomic features may simplify the process and prevent spills.

What is the right water to drink to keep one look younger?

To reverse aging caused by acidic waste products, we should drink alkaline water. Acid-free alkaline water or micro water is created by cleaning tap water (typically with a pH of 7) and letting it go through an electroanalysis chamber. Alkaline and acid minerals found in tap water are split b a device called a water ionizer. The system would release water with a pH of 9 (alkaline) and another set with a pH of 5 (acidic).
Drinking alkaline water is one of the most helpful and trouble-free ways to flush toxins and delay the process of aging. Its effectiveness lies in the fact that it penetrates deeper than ordinary water. There, it dissolves and transports wastes out of the body.
Alkaline water is more than twice as effective as ordinary tap water. In fact, the effectiveness of three glasses of alkaline water is greater than six glasses of a regular one. With this alkaline water, 4 glasses are enough to suffice your daily water need and delay aging, in turn.

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