Drink Water the Right Time of Day

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We all know that drinking water is very healthy and should be done often. But did you know that drinking water at different times of the day can be even more beneficial? Practice these 3 simple tips from wellness consultant Brian Chase, who tells us that hydration is the key to most everything. It helps against muscle soreness and helps during growth and recovery. And remember, you get just as dehydrated in winter as in the summer months.

Drinking 2 glasses of water shortly after waking up-
Can help activate internal organs.

Drinking 1 glass of water 30 minutes before a meal-
Can help with digestion.

Drinking 1 glass of water before taking a shower/bath-
May help to lower blood pressure.

Drink up!

Brian Chase Consulting is a Fitness, Wellness and Lifestyle Consultant based in West Babylon, NY.
Email him at [email protected], and follow him on Instagram @brian_chase_consulting

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As always, great tips, Brian!
Thank you for sharing this valuable information, Candice!

This is great!

Brian Chase
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Thank you Candice for allowing me to be a part of this wonderful article. Water is such an integral part of our life and we should be drinking so much more of it.

Dr. Jack Barnathan
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Thank you Brian Chase / Beauty News for such an important insight – wonderful!

Andrea Lurie
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Good advice, Brian Chase! I definitely will give it a try.

Michael Rosado
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The best info and so vital for optimal health. Thank you for sharing with us.


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