Are you drinking enough water in one day?
Do you struggle to remember to drink enough water to stay hydrated and help your body function optimally? Do you know what the benefits are for drinking water? Well, I’m here to share with you why you should be drinking clean water and if you struggle with it, how to make it fun (and luxurious, really!) while you’re at it!
Our bodies are composed of up to 60% water. Our skin is our largest organ. Even Earth is covered in 71% water. Do you see a trend here? Water is important and vital to all of life! The reason we and almost every other living organism on this planet is mostly made up of water is because it is vital to all bodily functions and systems so without it, we can’t survive for very long.
The reason why I wanted to dedicate a blog post on the benefits of water and keeping our bodies hydrated is because it’s very important to stay hydrated with the summer months coming upon us, and because I personally have seen the benefits of drinking water. In fact, I used to drink maybe a glass per day, but now I drink one to two liters in one day. Here’s why you should too!
When we drink plenty of water on a daily basis:
- toxins are flushed out of our systems
- our skin and complexion improves
- improves metabolism and promotes weight loss
- maintains optimal pH of the body
- reduces inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, backaches
- increases overall energy and reduces fatigue
- …and much, much more!
Now as if these points aren’t reason enough for you to start drinking more water, making the consumption of water just got a whole lot more enjoyable anda fashionable experience for you! Meet, Copper H2O.
Make drinking water easier by bringing it with youeverywhere with their gorgeous, practical, and beautifully hand-crafted water bottles. I first learned of drinking from copper containers from an article I had read about Ayurvedic medicine.
Ayurveda is an ancient Hindu system, about 5000-6000 years old, which focuses on balancing the emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of one’s life. If you practice yoga, you are most likely familiar with or have heard of Ayurvedic medicine and the practice of self-care. In Ayurvedic medicine, the focus is on the three doshas (vatta, kapha, and pitta). Drinking water infused with copper properties aids in balancing these three doshas for optimal health.
In this fast-paced world we live in now, we are all striving to live a more balanced lifestyle. So if you struggle to remember to drink water frequently throughout the day, perhaps this gorgeous and eye-catching water bottle will do the trick; aesthetically pleasing and good for the body? Yes, please!
Did you know that copper has anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory properties?
Did you know that storing water in copper containers is a natural purification and cleansing process in which it will kill mold, fungi, algae, bacteria, microorganisms, eliminates chlorine (I tested it myself!), neutralizes toxins and optimizes the pH of water?
Copper H2O’s water bottles are naturally self-sterilizing so a quick rinse is usually all that’s required, which makes them easy to use.
Here are the benefits once the water sits in the copper bottle for at least four hours to allow the copper properties to infuse with the water:
- improves digestion by cleansing and detoxing the stomach/digestive system, and regulates the liver and kidneys
- breaks down body fats, aiding in weight loss
- strengthens immune system
- has anti-aging properties by fighting free-radicals, which are the cause of fine lines and wrinkles
- cancer fighting properties
- relieves aches and pains in the joints and muscles by maintaining collagen and elastin for good bone health
- helps red blood cell production, which is especially beneficial for those with anemia
In addition to these benefits and more, these copper bottles help to reduce plastic waste, serve as functional forms of art and also help support artisans and their livelihood, who have been creating these hand-made pieces for generations.
Now doesn’t that sound like a good reason to start drinking water?
*Disclaimer: I am in not a medical professional. This information does not constitute professional medical advice. The accuracy of the information is not guaranteed and subject to future medical findings. Further, users are advised to seek professional medical assistance in the event that they are suffering from any medical problem. Thank you!