Would you believe me if I told you there was a drink that could keep your temperature normal, increase energy and brain performance, help your skin, aid digestion, protect your joints and spinal cord, stabilize your heartbeat, and carry oxygen through your body? Well, there is, and it’s the clear liquid that flows out of your faucet.
Water has so many phenomenal benefits for your body! While you should always check with your doctor, some websites recommend drinking about 7-9 cups of water per day. Staying properly hydrated, especially in warmer climates and if you have a high level of physical activity, is so important. If you’re not a fan of plain water, you can try adding some lemon to your glass or making a caffeine-free cup of tea or ice tea.
What is your favorite way to drink water?
Welcome ladies to our 2nd Health & Beauty post! Today I am going to be discussing how to keep our largest organ healthy: the skin. You might not have known that the skin is considered an organ, but it totally is. In fact, without your skin the rest of your body would be so unhealthy. Here is a quick list of all the jobs that your skin does.
It helps you........
* Regulate your temperature
* Protect your body from water, dirt, bugs, germs and other unwanted things
* Hold your body together
* Touch and feel
* With vitamin production
Those are some really important jobs! Follow my suggestions below to take care of your skin. It deserves it because it takes care of you!
Since your skin is constantly exposed to air it is constantly drying out. Get some good lotion and apply a generous helping to your skin after you shower. You may need to moisturize more often in the winter and on your hands and elbows.
Help your skin stay healthy by giving it the vitamins in needs. Adding lemon juice to your water and staying in sunlight (but not long enough to get burnt) are two good ways to nourish your skin.
One way that your skin gets damaged it by harmful sun rays. Always apply lots of sunscreen to all exposed skin on sunny days. Don’t forget your face and any parts in your hair!
Note: Talk to your parents and doctors about lotion, sunscreen, and any other skin care you want to try
I hope these skin care tips help you! Let us know what you tried by commenting below.
Are you feeling stressed out, overwhelmed, or tired? If you are, it might be time for some selfcare. Here are five of my favorite ways to pamper yourself and take care of your brain and body. And, all of these activities take two minutes or less, so they can be accomplished on even the busiest schedule!
I hope you found some easy tips to help you take care of yourself, conquer stress, and have a healthier school year!