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Drinking Water for Higher Sexappeal?

In my previous article I described the signs and dangers of dehydration and outlined how drinking water is immensely important for men’s health, wellbeing, and productivity. But the resounding question is how to drink water correctly. Here are some answers.

Beware of sweet beverages.

The goal of manufacturers of sweet beverages is to get us to regularly buy more. Nothing else interests them. And if many of us were to manufacture a soft drink, they’d also be thinking about profit first and maybe health secondly. The interest of manufacturers of sweet beverages is that their beverage be irresistible and people want more. This means that the beverage must be adequately sweet and thus becomes nutritionally dangerous. All soft sweet drinks have two things in common:

  • one glass is never enough
  • they fatten and dehydrate instead of nourishing.

It’s therefore wiser not to drink them at all. Instead buy ordinary still mineral water or drink tap water if you’re in a country where drinking tap water is safe. You can always filter it. And there is always the option of sweetening water with artificial sweeteners (that have no calorific value), but it’s also better not to do so. One reason is that the word artificial itself suggests that you’d be putting chemicals into your body. Secondly, craving the sweet taste is, just like correct drinking, a matter of habit. Albeit the beginnings of changing a habit can test the mental strength, if you get through the beginning, your taste will change and you won’t crave sweet drinks.

Loss of body fat and liquids

Many men complain that they can’t bear drinking tasteless water, can’t drink too much of it, and similar. But that doesn’t mean that anyone, especially if he wishes to lose body fat, should not drink water. It is definitely a matter of habit. If you get used to a drug such as Coca Cola, you naturally won’t be able to bear tasteless water. But the fact that some sweet concoction tastes so good doesn’t mean that drinking it is healthy.

Drinking pure water is a matter of habit. Some readers may now be screaming that they won’t ever let anyone tamper with their favourite drink, or that they absolutely must have water sparkling. But that’s also a matter of habit. It is only a psychological dependence that manufacturers of these drinks instil in us. The sooner you cut soft drinks out of your life, the sooner you’ll find – with great surprise – that it is perfectly possible to drink water. And also that after some time you won’t miss sweet drinks at all.

Especially at the beginning of building new habits it’s natural that you won’t want to drink water often. Here you can connect technology with psychology and use your mobile phone, computer, kitchen timer, or other device to remind you every hour that it’s time for drinking water. This way you (or anyone) will start on the right track and drink regularly in reasonable doses. If you like the taste of herbal teas, you can also drink them – plus benefit from the vast variety of their flavours. You may also count the water absorbed in fruit and veg into your daily intake of water. If you eat a kilo of veg, you’ll take in almost a liter of water.

Drink! Don’t make excuses!

Many men protest that they can’t drink so much water because it doesn’t go down the throat, or water is horrible, or heavy on the stomach. Don’t analyze why, just find a way to drink sufficient amounts of water every day. At the beginning of developing the correct drinking regime you won’t enjoy drinking too much water. Drink a small glass every hour or sip very small amounts often. You can flavour water with drops of lemon or lime or mint leaves.

Another frequent argument is that men don’t want to drink water because they then frequently urinate. While this is true, these men need to decide whether they want long-term health and sexappeal or fat, dry skin, general tiredness, slow metabolism, cramps, and looking older for the sake of urinating more often. Think through the pros and cons and find ways to integrate drinking water into your life willingly. The correct drinking regime will tremendously help you get slimmer, healthier, and more sexually appealing.

Drinking water every hour will keep your stomach fuller. You’ll lose cravings for sweet and salty foods. A well hydrated person simply isn’t that hungry and thus will feel satisfied by smaller portions of food. Another beautiful thing which will happen over time is that your body will adjust to the new program and ask for more water more often. That will be your litmus test that you’re on the right track.

Water maximises the efficiency of your body:

  • a glass of water after getting up activates the internal organs
  • one glass roughly 30 minutes before a meal helps digestion
  • a glass before taking a bath helps to keep the blood pressure low
  • and a glass before going to sleep helps to prevent strokes / heart attacks.

Especially overweight and obese people should not drink cold water because it is heavy on the stomach and weakens the gastric fire and metabolism. Obses people usually hate warm water, but warm water is exactly what they should drink. It is also true that since warm water is light on the stomach, it’s easy to drink, hence you’ll drink more of it. Try it! A wonderful drink for burning fat and curing emotional hunger is a glass of warm water with 10 drops of lime and a teaspoon of honey. This will fill the stomach and burn fat.

Is drinking water more easily said than done?

We all have days when we’re too busy to breathe, let alone regularly drink water! For some of us old habits die hard. If drinking water throughout the day isn’t your habit, this article won’t change your habits in an instance. But it can be the turning point if you want it to be. Even old dogs can learn new tricks. You’re making choices of how you treat your body every second. If you keep treating it with unhealthy habits, how will your body serve you in 20 years? And of course, not everyone can build new habits alone! But there’s help – and I can give it to you!

 


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