You need to drink water every day for your body to function properly. Throughout the day and while sleeping, you lose water from breathing, sweating, and passing stool from the digestive system.
Some people drink a glass of water before bed to remain hydrated through the night. But researchers question whether or not drinking water before bed is healthy.
Water and the interrupted sleep cycle. Drinking water before bed can increase the amount of times you need to urinate at night.
Your urine output decreases at night, allowing you to sleep six to eight hours without interruption. Drinking a glass or two of water before bed can change this cycle.
Sleep deprivation can also adversely affect your heart health. Lack of sleep can influence one' s potential for developing high blood pressure ,high cholesterol levels and weight gain.
Age can also play a role in your sleep and urinary cycle. The older you become, the more likely you will develop an overactive bladder. This could be related to medical conditions that can affect urinary bladder function, such as declining cognitive function due to dementia, or a stroke that will make it difficult for your brain to communicate signals to your bladder. Diabetes mellitus and benign prostatic hypertrophy can also affect your urinary bladder functioning.
Those with a low fluid intake showed an increase in positive emotion, satisfaction, and calmness when they increased their water intake.
Drinking water specifically hot or warm water is one natural way to help detox the body and improve digestion.
Warm water increases blood circulation, helps your body to be able to break down waste, and increases sweat output. Sweating will cause you to lose some fluid through the night, but it will also remove excess salts or toxins and clean the skin cells.
Drinking warm water before bed will keep you hydrated through the night and may help the body to rid itself of unwanted toxins. It may also help to relieve pain or cramping in the stomach.
If plain water is too bland or if you' re trying to beat a cold, consider adding lemon to you water before bed. This can give an interesting flavor to the water, and lemon also contains vitamin C, an added benefit that can help to boost your immune system as it fights infection.
Drinking water before bed has a number of benefits, but drinking too close to bedtime can interrupt your sleep cycle and negatively impact heart health.
You must drink enough water throughout the day to avoid dehydration and prevent excess water intake at night. One sign of dehydration is dark urine. If you' re drinking enough water, your urine should be light yellow to clear in color.
Drinking eight glasses of water a day is a helpful goal, but that number can vary from one person to the next. You may need to drink more water depending on your activity levels, the weather, or if you' re pregnant.
Some best practices for staying hydrated increases your vegetable and fruit intake, since they contain a heavy percentage of water
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