Why is drinking water so important?

Staying hydrated is crucial to maintaining your body temperature.Your body loses water through sweat during physical activity and in hot environments.
Your sweat keeps your body cool, but your body temperature will rise if you don’t replenish the water you lose. That’s because your body loses electrolytes and plasma when it’s dehydrated! (That is why we created LIFT.)

It protects your tissues, spinal cord, and joints. Water consumption helps lubricate and cushion your joints, spinal cord, and tissues. This will help you enjoy physical activity and lessen discomfort caused by conditions like arthritis. 

It can help with physical performance. Drinking plenty of water during physical activity is essential. Athletes may perspire up to 6-10% of body weight during physical activity.

Hydration can affect your strength, power, and endurance!
You may be more susceptible to the effects of dehydration if you’re participating in endurance training or high-intensity sports such as basketball.

It helps boost energy. Drinking water may activate your metabolism. A boost in metabolism has been associated with a positive impact on energy level. One study found that drinking 500 millilitres of water boosted the metabolic rate by 30% in both men and women. These effects appeared to last over an hour.