You only drink water? How much and when you drink matters.
The reality is that most people drink a variety of beverages throughout the day—in the US, only a third of the average person’s dietary water comes from pure water (tap or bottled).¹ Therefore, if you only drink water, you belong to small minority of health-conscious folks. That’s awesome.
What you drink is vitally important to your health, and water is a perfect choice, but how much and when you drink is also vital, and your Vessyl can help you figure out how you’re doing.
In the midst of our busy and stressful lives, many people report having a hard time drinking enough liquids. This only gets worse as we get older.¹ While there are some important medical concerns that may arise from not hydrating enough, such as kidney stones and strokes, how much and when you drink can meaningfully affect your day-to-day life and performance, including mood, energy level, cognitive performance, and more.² ³
Here’s to health,
Mark One Doctors
¹ Drewnowski A, Rehm CD, Constant F. Water and beverage consumption among adults in the United States: cross-sectional study using data from NHANES 2005–2010. BMC Public Health 2013, 13:1068
² Pross N, Demazières A, Girard N, Barnouin R, Metzger D, et al. Effects of Changes in Water Intake on Mood of High and Low Drinkers. PLoS ONE 2014, 9(4): e94754.
³ Popkin BM, D’Anci KE, Rosenberg IH. Water, Hydration and Health. Nutr Rev. 2010 August ; 68(8): 439–458.