Lack Of Water Has A Direct Impact On Hair Growth.
Every day our body tends to lose approximately 2 to 3 litres of water.
Lack of water causes Dehydration, but very few people know that dehydration has a direct impact on hair growth.
It is a common fact that our body is usually composed of 60-80% water. When it does not receive the adequate amount of water in order to maintain cell health and reproduction, it becomes dehydrated which directly impacts hair growth. You can intake fistfuls of hair vitamins and other hair growing supplements, but if you are not consuming apt amount of water to meet your body’s daily H2O requirements, the cells which are responsible for hair growth will not be able to grow and reproduce and as a result, your hair will become extremely dry and withered. This can stop the natural growth cycle of your hair.
If the hair roots are deficient in required water levels, the tresses of hair will eventually become brittle, dry, rough and they may stop growing at your genetic rate. Hair roots are the only means by which water is supplied from body to hair.
Roots soak up the water and provide hydration to the hair, which automatically and internally boosts up hair growth.
Benefits of drinking water for hair growth:
1. Water is the root source of energy for each and every cell of our body. It includes the cells that are responsible for hair growth and its health.
2. Water nurtures cells and provides them required hair vitamins.
3. It generates magnetic and electrical energy, which is considered as a core power to sustain life. This is done through a process called hydrolysis.
4. The hair roots and our scalp have many energy-sensitive and photosensitive nerve endings. Water activates all these nerve endings and other sensors in our skin and scalp that enhances the natural vitality of hair roots.
5. Drinking enough water can also help you get rid of dandruff and hair thinning problem.
It is truly said that water is life. Not only our skin and health, but water promote hair growth too and tend to fight with other hair and scalp challenges. And even mild dehydration can sap energy from the hair roots and result into hair loss.
So now, you have another strong reason to drink 8 to 10 glasses of water daily!