Water gives us the gift of life and it is necessary for our survival, even though it gives us little calorific or nutritious value. Water is a crucial part of our diet, and most of us don’t drink nearly enough, so try to increase the intake of water to at least 1.2 liters a day, which is around eight glasses of 150 ml. The body is dehydrated by tea, coffee, and alcohol, so we need to drink more fluids to compensate. The water around our body transports oxygen, nutrients, minerals, dissolved salts, and trace elements. By flushing away impurities, it helps detoxify us. Water helps keep our body temperature right and is widely agreed to range from 36.1C to 37.2C. It helps dispose of waste from the body. Constipation is alleviated by water.It improves the working of our kidneys, which is why urinating or emptying the bladder periodically is necessary to prevent infections and other diseases. Water cures dehydration, but it’s a positive indication that you ought to go to get a bottle of water if you’re feeling thirsty. It improves the work of our endocrine glands. Water helps turn food into energy for the body.