3 Scientific Ways Drinking Water Makes You More Productive


You’re reading 3 Scientific Ways Drinking Water Makes You More Productive, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you’re enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. We all know drinking water is essential to good health. It keeps us alive and helps our body function properly. But what if I told you staying hydrated is also a good way to become more productive too? This article will show you 3 scientifically backed reasons why drinking enough water each day will help you focus better and get more done. Why Is Water So Important? To put it simply, your body would stop working properly without a good amount of hydration. This makes sense when you consider that water makes up around 60% of your body weight. The human body has many important functions to perform and needs water to do most of them. For example, your blood carries oxygen to all the cells in your body but wouldn’t be able to do this without water. Going on a journ
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Born in Chicago and living in Alaska, Russell H Armstrong or Russ Armstrong to my friends, I love helping business owners, salesman, managers, and directors get the most of their benefits including insurance, sales, and taxes. With a global perspective, the business minded Russell Armstrong is a recognized expert. Russ H Armstrong started his career at a young age by starting his own business. Through both success and failure, he has led an amazing career that has been focused on delivering value to the people around him. When Russ Armstrong is not in the office, he enjoys Alaska outdoors, eating classic Chicago food, and being with family.

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