Can runners benefit on timing water consumption for optimum health?
They say drinking water is a simple and effective way to improve your health and productivity. Runners and non-runners surely can benefit from these simple practices in a lot of different ways.
Experts say our bodies are made up of 70% water. It’s obvious that we need to drink enough water in order to achieve and maintain optimum health.
We know that already — but do you remember the reasons why?
Timing Water Consumption For Optimum Health Revealed
Hydration is key for good health, but did you know that timing your consumption of water can be equally as important?
I have no clue. What I know is drink 6 to 8 glasses of water everyday. More if you are physically active – just like a marathon runner like me.
Numerous scientific studies have shown that drinking water at certain times of the day can optimize the health benefits. The video above (watch it if you haven’t done so…) explains when to drink your water for optimal benefits.
Here’s the short but vital list the experts recommend;
- Drink 2 full glasses of water when you wake up in the morning in order to active your internal organs.
- Drink a glass of water 30 minutes before a meal to get help for digestion.
- Drink a glass of water before a shower to help lower blood pressure
- And, another glass before bed to help reduce the risk of stroke and heart attacks.
Timing water consumption for optimum health is everything!
Start this doable habit and share this simple technique to others…