Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits!

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We’ve all heard this before haven’t we? Drink more water to stay hydrated. Drink more water for better skin. Drink more water. Period.

Yet lets face it – are you drinking ENOUGH water? If you only drink water when you’re feeling thirsty its technically too late. Your body is already dehydrated. The common thing we hear about is 8 8oz glasses a day but honestly, are you drinking even that? Well, I have a very simple tip for you to help you monitor your water intake, and I’ll also share some quick tips on how upping and monitoring my water intake has helped me personally in recent times. I’d like to hear if you have any tips too or if you just don’t like the taste of water? icon smile Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits!

Keep a water bottle by your side

Its very simple actually. Get yourself a water bottle with a set measurement of how much water it will hold then keep it by your side at work and when you’re at home. I have 2 such bottles. The one I have in the photo holds just 800ml but I have another that holds 1125ml that I keep at work.

At work, I try to ensure that I drink at least 2.5 of the large bottles spread out over a work day. That gives me about 2.2-3 litres of water, which is about the recommended amount. At home, I technically shouldn’t need a bottle to measure water intake, but I soon realised that I drink far less water at home than when I’m at work! So I’ve started this habit too. I just keep the bottle by me when I’m working or watching TV.

This way, I ensure that I drink sufficient water throughout the day and I’ve also realised that since practising this, I’ve derived some health and beauty benefits that I thought I’d quickly share icon smile Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits!

Curing a headache

I developed a rather bad headache while at work one morning and couldn’t find any Panadol on hand. I don’t normally get headaches or migranes for which I count myself lucky, but when I do I do feel terrible. I was planning to head home early but there were things I had to do so I soldiered on, while drinking my water at my desk. By mid afternoon, I was called out for a surprise meeting but it was then that I suddenly realised that my headache was gone! My head did still feel a little heavy but it wasn’t throbbing anymore. I soon found out that drinking enough water balances the electrolytes in your body and that sometimes, headaches are caused by dehydration. So drinking lots of water helped flush that away.

Better Skin

We know we need to keep our skin hydrated inside and outside and sometimes, creams and lotions can only do so much. Dehydrated skin is also a sign you aren’t drinking enough water. Since I started monitoring my water intake, I have noticed that my skin is better than before even while using the same set of skincare that I have for months. Less problem with flaky skin and hydration levels.

No more chapped or dry lips

One of the places that show dehydration most quickly is your lips. The skin on our lips is very thin and very delicate. When I started monitoring my water intake, I realised that the sporadic incidences of chapped or dry lips were no more. I’d wake up with supple lips (I do use Lucas Papaw Ointment at night) and despite sitting in an air-conditioned office all day I didn’t have dry lips. I didn’t need a lip balm (I never use one anyway) and lipstick or lipgloss just looks so much better. So before you whip out your lipbalm next time you feel that your lips are too dry, consider your water intake instead. It could just mean you aren’t drinking enough water.

Cleansing to the system

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Our bodies are mostly made up of water so it is no surprise that if you don’t have enough, you can encounter problems. Living in a tropical country and especially right now when we are facing very poor air quality in our part of the world due to the haze and air flow systems, we need to stay hydrated and to flush out toxins from our bodies where we can. I in fact find myself drinking more water now when the air is hot and dry, to keep my nasal passages moist. If you sweat or exercise, you need more water. One way you know you don’t have enough water is to take a look at your urine colour the next time you head to the toilet. A dark yellow or yellow indicates your system needs more water (provided you aren’t on any medication or taking any weird food). If you drink enough water, your urine will be light coloured and clear. You will also find yourself making more trips to the loo ~ may not endear yourself to your boss icon razz Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits!

Don’t overdo the water

That said, it is worth warning also not to overdo the water.

It is possible to drink too much water and that upsets the balance of the electrolytes in your body which is also bad for health. One of my uncles once told me to never gulp down a large glass of water at one go, no matter how thirsty I was and particularly not after exercising. What I should do, is drink it slowly. It assuages your thirst better and doesn’t suddenly dilute your system.

Also, don’t drink too much water at one go. If you are drinking a litre of water within a few minutes, that’s too much. As with everything in life, moderation is key.

But I don’t like drinking water!

Well, suck it up icon razz Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits! I’ve never had a problem with drinking water so I perhaps am not the best person to understand the problem of taste. Water to me, is water. I take it at room temperature which I know many people dislike and I rarely take cold water or iced drinks. Just a personal thing. I take my coffee in the morning, and then water for the rest of the day. No juices unless I make my own or unless they are freshly squeezed, sodas, concentrated juices, carbonated drinks etc Just not my thing icon smile Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits!

If you truly dislike the taste of water, a squeeze of lemon or a lemon or orange slice helps with the flavour. It doesn’t add to the sugar intake and it masks the taste. Coffee and tea are diuretics so taking too much can dehydrate your system. Fresh juices could pass, I suppose but that also means your sugar intake goes up. Not good for your weight. So ultimately, the best solution is just plain water – 0 calories and 100% benefits icon smile Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits!

Do you monitor your water intake? Do you have a problem with the taste of water?

I’ve derived a lot of benefits since I started watching how much I drink so its something I do recommend practising. As I said, I don’t have a problem with the taste of tepid, room temperature water so taste isn’t something I quite understand. Educate me? icon wink Your Say: Are you monitoring your water intake? I have, and its given me health and beauty benefits!

Paris B

Disclaimer: This is based on my personal experience and is meant to be for general information, not medical advise. Please consult your doctor for medical concerns and advise.

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Cindy Tong
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June 25, 2013 at 8:58 am

wow great tips…i drink all sort of liquids…but normally im jus like you. Coffee in the morning and water rest of the day…sometime i like to drink tea which help clear my head!
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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 6:16 pm

Thanks Cindy! Good to know you’re downing the water regularly :) I don’t really like tea so I don’t drink a lot of it at all. Am lucky I don’t dislike the taste of water! ;)

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Tine
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June 25, 2013 at 9:08 am

I have a water bottle with me at my desk at all times. I’m usually there all day so by the time I’ve finished one bottle, I know I’ve consumed at least 1 litre that morning and/or afternoon. It may not be a lot to most people but for someone who can forget to drink a drop of water all day, this is a lot.

I find that a cup of hot water with a slice of lemon in it a great start to the day. I don’t think it did jack to “detox” me but I feel better in tackling the day.

Makeup artist Rae Morris once told me that the sign of having consumed enough water is when your lips doesn’t need lip balm. Apparently when rescuers find people who are lost, the first thing they check for dehydration (next to pinching the skin) is to look at the condition of the lips!
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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 6:22 pm

That’s a great tip there about lips and lip balm, Tine! Thanks for sharing :D I noticed the co-relation myself but its one of those things that you don’t really think about. I used to think it odd that I’m the only one I know who isn’t slicking on lip balm like its going out of style but it just might be that I don’t need it – thanks, water! ;)

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BlushandBarbells
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June 25, 2013 at 9:24 am

I drink ~3-4 liters a day. The truth is, once you start drinking that much, you can’t stop, otherwise you feel terrible all the time.
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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 6:22 pm

Wow, that’s a lot! But I guess if someone is also working out and exercising a lot, it is about right :)

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rinnah
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June 25, 2013 at 9:30 am

*sheepishly raises hand*

I’m one of the guilty few who :
a) Dislike the taste of room temperature/tepid water. If I am to drink water it either has to be hot or cold (preferably with ice).
b) Prefer anything with flavour over regular ol’ plain water.
c) Usually fail to get my recommended intake of water.
d) Have a phobia of needing the loo and not being able to find one.
e) Can ignore the fully loaded water bottle sitting on my desk for hours on end.

*gulp*
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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 6:23 pm

Oops! Time to change the habit, Rinnah! ;) When I’m out I don’t drink as much, I notice. Partly because I forget, partly because of the loo thing. Public toilets are ugh! :P So I try to hunt down a hotel wherever I can :P

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Applegal June 25, 2013 at 9:34 am

I used to be terrible with my water intake, and my hubby used to complain that I’m like a camel – I can go on shopping without stopping for a drink of water!

About not liking the taste of water, it still boggles me that people don’t like the taste of water. I hear of people ONLY drinking soda or coffee because they don’t like the taste of water O_o

Btw, is that air purifier thingie in the photo of any use? I remember your post about it, am wondering whether I should go out and get it for my office!

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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 9:58 pm

I have met the same sort of people. They will drink any manner of sugary drinks but not water. Its strange. As for the air purifier thing, its actually not bad. I do feel that the air around me is cleaner and I think its actually best for hazy days or if you work in a carpeted office because those carpets can harbour a lot of mites!

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Rin June 25, 2013 at 9:48 am

Hello Paris~

Great post! Yes, I do monitor my water intake. If I don’t take a lot of water, I don’t feel good. I feel my body is hot, my head feels heavy, lips are dry, skin looks dull, & the list goes on LOL So yeah. Hehe. I’m used to the taste of room temperature water :) Don’t have a problem with taste. Heee :)

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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:00 pm

Hiya Rin, its actually a good sign that you notice what happens when you don’t have enough water! Many people don’t even realise it much less know what to do with themselves when they feel that way.when I’m feeling off, having sufficient water intake helps put me back on balance.

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Victoria June 25, 2013 at 10:00 am

Thanks for the tips. I definitely monitor my water intake and usually try to drink at least 1 litre of water in the morning and another 1 litre in the afternoon when I am in the office. I also try to drink a bit more during dinner. It is harder to monitor it at home during weekends and I need to improve on that. I also try to eat plenty of fruits everyday.

I think the dislike of water due to taste is something psychological that can be solved. My mum has a similar problem and I have told her to keep a 1 litre bottle filled with water by her side everyday and to try to finish that throughout the day. Hopefully this is the start she needs to increase her consumption of water as we can derive so much benefits from drinking water :-)

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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:02 pm

I’m not so good about watching my water on weekends either, but the same bottle trick helps me a lot. Sometimes, I would forget that I haven’t had water if not for the bottle! Its good that you’re getting your mom into the water drinking habit. I think sometimes it could also be what we’re used to. If we aren’t used to drinking water, then the taste can feel bland.

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Angelina June 25, 2013 at 10:19 am

I don’t drink cold water on a regular basis. It is bad for health in long run. Lukewarm/warm water is fine. I only go for cold drinks when it is really hot out there. My friend once told me that drinking too much water would dilute your blood, haha.

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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:06 pm

Hmm interesting thing about the blood, but I was told that too. But more of in the context of if you drink too much of it in one go. Also, too much meant a few gallons so I think most of us are safe ;) I don’t take cold drinks either. Or if I do, very rarely.

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Firn June 25, 2013 at 11:20 am

Yes, I do agree with the benefits of water!

I find when I go back to my parents’ house in Malaysia, I drink way more water so my skin looks better. I need to get a bigger bottle here to make sure I get enough water.

I do adore the taste of coconut water though. :P

If you just constantly sip water instead of chugging it all at one go, you are less likely to need frequent toilet trips because you are merely replacing what water has been lost from your system. The reason why you need to pee after drinking a big glass of water is because your kidneys need to prevent your blood from becoming too dilute (which can cause muscle cramps, or in severe cases, brain swelling and death).

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Firn June 25, 2013 at 11:32 am

Oh and on a sidenote, when I was in Ireland, the tap water tasted heavenly! So sweet and fresh! London and American tap water tasted awful because it was so hard. :(

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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:11 pm

Oh yuck! London water is awful. When I lived there, I used to filter it :P I haven’t been to Ireland but if I go, I’ll be sure to try their water! Incidentally, I tried the Fiji bottled water while I was in Singapore last and its really nice! So clear tasting. So expensive too :P

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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:09 pm

Mmm coconut water on a hot day is wonderful! I prefer the taste of the local green coconuts, not the fragrant ones from Thailand. Not as sweet, but lovely! Thanks for the tips re: chugging back water. My kidneys sure have their job cut out for them! Lol

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Firn July 3, 2013 at 12:37 pm

Oh, I absolutely detest the taste of the Thai coconuts! It tastes like santan! Blechh…

I haven’t tried Fiji since moving to Singapore. I’m so cheap that when I go to restaurants, I just ask for tap water and it tastes fine. :)b

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Paris B
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July 5, 2013 at 7:04 pm

Oh yeah, the roasted coconuts really feel like I’m drinking santan. Yuck! I only tried Fiji because someone else was paying for it haha! :P

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Lily
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June 25, 2013 at 11:35 am

I’ve never had a problem with drinking enough water, and I make sure both my daughters have that habit of drinking too. In fact, I love just plain water, be it warm or tepid or cold… more so than flavoured ones.
One good habit to have is to drink a glass of water as soon as you wake up, best before your morning coffee, my dear :-)
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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:14 pm

Good to inculcate the water drinking habit from young! Thanks for the tip to drink water in the mornings. I try to do that but always forget :P tomorrow it is! I read its good to flush the system with it.

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shah June 25, 2013 at 12:00 pm

i’m a 2.5 litre room temperature water kinda girl. I drink water continuously throughout the day, hence the frequent toilet trips. I can even point out where the toilets are in the malls or any public buildings I frequent cos eventually, i’d need to visit it. ha ha! dunno about other people, but I get a thrill seeing how clear my pee is – yes, I know that’s gross :)

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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:17 pm

Hahaha hey, clear pee isn’t gross at all! ;) its quite an achievement, even hehe… I know who to ask for toilet directions next time, eh? If I’m traveling, I like to pop into hotels and use their restrooms. Its the only way I can be assured its cleaner than any other public toilet!

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Jyoan June 25, 2013 at 12:16 pm

I love water! I especially the taste of boiled tap water (in Singapore only), and Evian mineral water.

I guess I am one lucky one who actually seriously like drinking plain water.

And I realise that keeping the bottle or jug of water transparent, and right by the laptop really helps to increase water intake.

One good way to monitor and make sure you really drink enough is to mark the water bottle by time of the day, and not how many millilitres. =D
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Paris B
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July 2, 2013 at 10:18 pm

Ooh good idea about marking the time of day. I try to have finished a bottle by lunch and then another bottle and a bit by the time I go home. The morning one is the hardest I’ve realised. The one after lunch goes more quickly!

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LeGeeque June 25, 2013 at 2:02 pm

No issues with drinking water at all. Like you, I leave water at work. It’s a 2L jug that I pour into a massive mug that I sip from throughout the day. I would have usually finished my 2L jug by lunch time. I’d try and force myself to drink more in the afternoon because I know I will be running right after work and I usually have a glass (or two! or three!) of wine after dinner and alcohol is dehydrating.

One thing about water – I LOVE the taste of Melbourne tap water. I can’t put a finger to it but it tastes great. I’ve just returned from Ballarat and Geelong and water there tastes crap :P I’m ashamed to say I’ve been buying water there because I hate the taste of tap water there :P :P :P

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Paris B
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July 4, 2013 at 3:50 pm

Good move ensuring you keep yourself hydrated for exercise and alcohol, both of which can be very dehydrating to the body. I honestly can’t say I have drunk water from the tap for years. I boil everything (wiser to do so here) and its become such a habit, I boil them anywhere else I go too LOL!

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wan June 25, 2013 at 2:32 pm

Nice one you got here…
morning after wake up i took a glass of water..
before breakfast, i drank half glass of Chinese tea or green tea..finish the other half after..
at work..i bring 2L of water and i try to make sure i finish them..if not i will finish them at home..
just like you..i hv to bottle my water to make sure of my water intake..if not..I’ll lose track of how much water i’ve taken for the day especially at home.

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Paris B
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July 4, 2013 at 3:52 pm

That’s good practise, drinking water first thing in the morning. I do try to do that sometimes but almost always forget :P I’ve realised that since I started keeping a bottle of water by my side at home, I actually drink more and stay better hydrated. It can get really hot sometimes and I don’t always have the air-conditioning on but that too is dehydrating! So yeah, drink more water and our bodies will thank us for it :)

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shuaddict
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June 25, 2013 at 2:32 pm

Great tips! Must show this to my sister as water is like kryptonite to her. As for me after a few bouts of UTI in my teenage years I’ve found it was essential to keep myself constantly hydrated. I’m the annoying one in the car or on plane trips that needs to take a break every hour at least.

For anyone that hates the taste of water, try different types. There is a major difference between tap and bottled water, and this can differ according to the source too. Also instead of regular water try sparkling water, the bubbles help it seems.
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Paris B
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July 4, 2013 at 3:56 pm

Haha like kryptonite :D Oh now that you mention it, yes water is a great way to ensure you don’t end up with a UTI At least heading to the loo in the plane ensures you get some blood circulating too ;) I think the plane crew really hate me for bugging them for water all the time. Its so drying in there! And you’re right about the taste of tap and bottled and boiled water. I actually really dislike sparkling water but I recently had the chance to try Fiji water and its really good! Sweet and clear and really delicious. Too bad it’s also pricey :P

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Vera Soo June 25, 2013 at 3:35 pm

So true about water!
I have a few guy friends in this category: chain smokers, meat lovers, loves alcohol, dislike veges & bland food & drinking water.
But they are active in sports, 4-5 days of various types of sports. Slim/muscular body type.

By their mid-20′s. They find themselves short of breath.
All got liver/lung issues, dry skin, swollen shadows around the eyes, dark lips.
Doctors told them it’s due to the amount of toxic stored in their body esp. the liver.
Which will lead to high blood cholesterol, liver failure, lung infection, hair loss.
And I saw the “signs” even in their early 20′s.

To cut the long story short, 6months-1year later I met them & they were cured.
Here are some of their tried & proven method:

Case 1:
Drink reverse osmosis water.
Wake up 2 big cup to flush out toxin.
Toxin accumulated when we sleep. Most important time: 11pm-4am
Bring 1 big bottle (Big coke bottle) to the office. Must finish before go home.

Case 2:
Hates water. Drinks bottles of black tea & green tea only.
3 months later he went for the bodycheckup & the doctor were amazed that the danger level it’s 70% cleared. He told my friend to keep on doing whatever he’s doing (although he cannot stop smoking). Surprisingly tea also makes him less angry & crave for alcoholic drinks.

Case 3:
Warm water 1 big mug once wake up. Add together with home made enzyme.
The flavour of enzyme is sourish & will kickstart the day.
^ this is my fav.. method so far.
I like to put mint leaves or chew gum then drink water.
Since I’m a tea lover, I drink all sorts of flower/tea leave tea.
But I’ve learned that drinking too much esp. 2-3 hours before bed time leads to water retention & puffy face/eye area. Sadly that happened to me, I had to cut down water & salt slowly to recover.

Case 4:
This comes from a female coworker with bad mouth odour due to liver/kidney probs., she turn to Bamboo Salt as a remedy. Added it to her drinks & food.
I’ve tried this method, it’s a bit costly & dangerous part is, several toilet emergencies in the morning.

Oh yeah. My doctor friends also said:
- Source of Water
- Types of Water (reverse osmosis, distilled, etc)
- Storage (types of bottles/containers)
..will effect one’s body in a way.
I told him, Doctor.. so much of info.
He laughed & said… “Main thing, Drink more Clean Safe Water! You’re not in Africa!”

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Paris B
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July 4, 2013 at 3:57 pm

Love this! Thanks for sharing, Vera! You’re right about water before bed causing water retention so I only take a little bit just before bed to avoid this problem. Also helps avoid having to wake from a comfortable slumber to stumble to the loo in the middle of the night :P

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Zoe Gruss June 25, 2013 at 7:59 pm

Fantastic article, thank you for sharing this with your readers. A great tip if you don’t like the taste of water is to add mint leaves or cucumber slices. Cucumber slices & mint in ice cold water is delicious!

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Paris B
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July 4, 2013 at 3:58 pm

Hi Zoe, I’m glad you enjoyed this and thanks for sharing your tips for making water taste more palatable too :)

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Sunny
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June 25, 2013 at 9:07 pm

Hey Paris, I’m glad to hear an increase water intake has done so much for you! I did this measuring thing when I was much younger with the water bottle I took to school, so I developed a good water-drinking habit from a pretty young age! I actually don’t know what it does for me (since I’ve been doing it for so long), but wherever I am it seems like I’m constantly drinking water ;) I do need a lot of restroom breaks, but it’s probably better than the problems that come with not consuming enough water!
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Paris B
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July 4, 2013 at 4:00 pm

Good habit to have, Sunny! :D I do agree that once you get into the swing of things, its almost second nature now and you may forget how beneficial it can actually be until you stop :) I personally found when I was studying, that winter was agonizing coz I found the air too dry so I needed water, yet the cold made me go to the toilet so often :P I’m glad I don’t have to battle that anymore haha…

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Sunny
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July 4, 2013 at 4:03 pm

Haha I drink herbal infusion (GINGER) when it’s cold! I pretty much do it all year round to be honest (not when it’s 30+ degrees outside but how often does that happen?).
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Paris B
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July 10, 2013 at 3:17 pm

Ooh ginger is so warming! I don’t take too much of it because it can be “heaty” and too warming to my body but its so soothing when done right :D

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Sze Ling June 26, 2013 at 1:39 am

Yes to Water! Yes to Water! :D

I’ve long been known in my family as an advocate of getting the required amount of water everyday. I try carry a water bottle with me everywhere: the living room, the study table, when I go out (if I can, without look like a dork), going about doing household chores etc. And if I ever forgot or is unable to bring my water bottle with me, I’d consciously remember to drink water whenever I can.

It makes A LOT of difference to your overall wellbeing. I used to be on the other side of the fence, and I was sick very often. Being lethargic all the time is just the beginning of my day. After making a conscious decision to start adopting a healthy water intake amount, I can really see the change. In the beginning, I would keep track of the numbers of bottle I’ve drank throughout the day. After while, it became a habit, and I don’t need to “count” anymore these days.

And of course, the added benefits to your skin too. Bonus! ;)

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Paris B
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July 4, 2013 at 4:05 pm

Yay Water! :D I’ve started carrying water when I go out on weekends these days. I find I tend to forget when I’m out and about so having the bottle in my bag means I remember to drink it… so it doesn’t get so heavy! HAHA!

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fiz June 29, 2013 at 11:09 pm

recently installed an app..where it send reminder for every hour…that way I can monitor the water intake as well..

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Paris B
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July 5, 2013 at 10:36 am

Good use of a mobile phone! :D

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