Additionally, staying hydrated and getting regular exercise can also contribute to better overall energy levels and health. How?
Well, water in your body is responsible for an array of functions, like
- proper brain & cell function
- blood circulation
- temperature regulation
- and most importantly, for keeping your energy levels up, nutrient transport
Dehydration can lead to feelings of lethargy, tiredness, and low energy levels, and as a result, your body’s ability to produce energy efficiently decreases.
Knowing that the average human body consists of about 60% water, you can guess why staying hydrated helps everything run smoothly, including having the proper energy to get on with your day.
Also, for headaches & menstruation pain: Drink lots of water.