About a year ago I started an experiment to drink 3 litres of water a day, but I didn’t get very far with it at all. There was too much happening in my life and I just failed to keep it up. I was reminded about it over the weekend and I decided that I’d like to do it again, and so I started on Monday (a couple days ago now).
There’s a lot of rubbish websites out there about drinking 3 litres of water a day, with most of them being click-baits for advertising. But there’s a few websites and discussions around the place about the benefits of it.
Human beings are about 75% water anyway, so maintaining a high level of hydration is a good thing. If you have dark urine, it’s usually because you’re not getting enough water, and I’ve had that for years. Drinking more water will result in benefits that include better flushing of toxins from the body, better skin (I’ve often dealt with flakes of dry skin around my nose because my skin is too dry), better weight loss because I’ll want to eat less, and better overall health.
Overall, I’m just curious about whether or not the effects will be noticeable and if my expected results will actually be acheived results. But in order to find that out, I need to maintain the discipline to continue following through on the 3 litres a day.
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