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A Morning Water Routine is BeneficialDrinking water is an essential part of staying healthy, fit, energetic, and beautiful. Up that water intake and feel amazing! For decades the Japanese have been drinking water first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. In fact, the Japanese Water Therapy is extremely popular not just in Japan, but throughout the world. Regularly drinking luke warm water especially in the morning heals our body, provises digestive power and reduces metabolic waste which might have built up in our immune system, lessens our appetite and improves energy levels.  Not only does it clear your stomach, it goes a long way in reducing the risk of a number of diseases. Firstly, it purifies the colon and it improves the stomach’s chances to absorb nutrients properly. A better digestive system automatically takes care of a lot of other things. It is also one of the secrets behind a glowing skin, as water removes the toxins from the blood. Drinking water also improves the creation of new blood cells as well as muscle cells, and helps you in losing weight. Also, make sure not to eat anything for a while after you drink water in the morning. There are many additional benefits to consuming some water in the morning. First you’ll eat less because “it fills up the stomach with a substance that has zero calories”, and people “feel full as a result”. Especially after I’ve eaten a big breakfast, drinking a lot of water in the morning has also helped me avoid the temptation of snacking before lunch. Secondly, it fires up your metabolism. Drinking a large, cool glass of water after you wake up has been shown to increase your metabolism by 30 percent on an empty stomach. And a faster metabolism means an easier time losing and/or maintaining weight, on top of more efficient elimination of toxins and better circulation of blood and oxygen throughout the body. The mornings set the tone for the rest of your day. If you feel sluggish, it will reflect in your activity (morning workout), productivity at work, and even your routine in the evenings. One of the biggest indicators of lethargy or low energy is that you are dehydrated. Because water aids in both body regulation and brain function, it is also closely related to balancing out our moods. After a long period without anything to eat or drink, the first thing you consume in the morning can be a shock to the body. If that first thing is ice water, it will get the body working and can boost your alertness and low energy levels.Conclusion:Drink 1.5 liters (5 or 6 glasses) of water immediately after waking up. Avoid eating or drinking anything else for about an hour after drinking water. Of course, alcohol dehydrates the body, so it’s best to avoid alcoholic drinks before you go to bed. Know that not everyone needs to have eight 8-oz/240-ml glasses of water every day, though. We all have different needs for water intake based on our size, activity level, our climate, etc. I suggest consuming lots of fruits, vegetables, and healthy drinks, and listening to your body. You’re dehydrated when you wake up. You just went 7-8 hours without drinking any water! Even if your body isn’t telling you that it’s thirsty, it probably is.If it feels too much in the beginning, you can start off slowly and then gradually increase the intake.   http://alifeofproductivity.com/killer-morning-habit-drink-water-right-after-you-wake-up/#fn1-5573http://alifeofproductivity.com/killer-morning-habit-drink-water-right-after-you-wake-up/#fn4-5573