Hydrating yourself is so important.
Your body functions like a machine and needs water to operate. Hydrating your body means having a well-regulated body temperature, keeping your joints well lubricated, preventing infections, among other advantages. Doctors recommend at least six glasses of water in a day for a normal functioning person.
Keeping up with this isn’t always easy though, as often we only remember to drink when we’re thirsty. But drinking tea can help to hydrate your body. It can also offer other benefits:
1. May improve focus
Tea contains caffeine and amino acids which can improve alertness and focus. L-theanine, the amino acid, increases activities in the brain resulting in relaxation and better focus. If you’re working for hours in your office or study, then more tea is your answer. Keep your brain active with a cup of tea and achieve better results.
2. Fighting bad breath
Bad breath is caused by dead molecules found in saliva and tiny bacteria which camp in your teeth when your mouth is inactive. Regular tea drinking can reduce this by ensuring that the dead molecules are absent.
3. May help weight loss
Given that it can boost short-term metabolic terms, tea can help burn the fat in your body. Researchers are yet to provide more evidence of how effective tea is towards reducing weight, however.
Tea can be used as a stimulant. The caffeine in it isn’t really noticeable, but your body starts responding to it each time you enjoy a cup of tea with time.
5. Includes nutritious additives
Organic tea contains nutritious additives that can be very helpful in your body. It can even be a short-term answer to your hunger.
6. Increases your intake of water
Hot water is the biggest component in your cup of tea, helping you stay hydrated.
7. Contains antioxidants
Organic tea contains antioxidants known as flavonoids. Flavonoids are responsible for reducing many conditions, including high blood pressure, obesity, and high cholesterol that cause a heart attack.
8. Easy to make
Tea is very easy to make. If using teabags, boil a cup of water, place it in the mug and add the hot water. It only gets easier when using loose leaf tea. Use three grams for every six ounces of water.