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Why is it recommended to drink lots of water

I know this may come as a dumb question to most.. And I know water is good in many aspects not jsut for PE purposes.
But I see people talking about drinking lost of water around here, what is the reasoning behing that?
What will good amounts of water do to you penis?

Thanks

Well, think about it. Your body is 70% water. When it starts dehydrating the outer, less critical
parts are not going to be hydrated properly. Your cells require an adequate water supply.

Drink too little and your tool is going to shrivel up.


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Water is good to wash slag out of the body, and since you are training your dick, it can only be beneficial.

Also, some people say that they get a larger flaccid if you have a full bladder. Which, I guess, is good for self-confidence.


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Water makes up over half our body weight and it is generally required for a fit body.

Good hydration also ensures the body is in good condition and is able to produce what it should, I.e. Semen, etc.

Remember, PE falls generally under exercise and in any form of that, unless your nutrition and hydration is correct, regardless of the exercise you undertake, your body will not condition to it’s best potential.


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Water is important for hydration of the entire body, plus it facilitates flushing waste products out of the body after PE or any physical activity.

Don’t forget that drinking tons of water does not replace an appropriate pe workout :) .


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.. And don’t forget that coffee, tea, and alcohol dehydrate the body (so you are loosing more water with the urine than what you have been drinking before). Not good.


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Originally Posted by westla90069
Some dispute the caffeine as diuretic theory: http://advance.uconn.edu/2002/020722/02072207.htm

Coffee,tea have polyphenols and flavanoids beneficial to health. Arabaca coffee beans actually contain less caffeine than Colombian beans.
Caffeine makes some medications and supplements work better.
Caffeine lowers blood sugar may beneficial for diabetics in this regard.
Too much caffeine can raise your blood pressure and is a vassal constrictor and can temporarily shrink your erection a bit. So in moderation it fine. Just remember you should drink water after you drink coffee.


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Yeah I’ve never understood the whole “drink lots of water it’s so good for you” thing because just about any drink has the same water content. I mean, 12 fl oz of milk, juice, tea, etc all have 12 oz of water in them. Especially paying for water — seems crazy to me, but seems like I see people everywhere drinking bottled water that’s from the same factories as Coca Cola.

Originally Posted by vkn1
Yeah I’ve never understood the whole “drink lots of water it’s so good for you” thing because just about any drink has the same water content. I mean, 12 fl oz of milk, juice, tea, etc all have 12 oz of water in them. Especially paying for water — seems crazy to me, but seems like I see people everywhere drinking bottled water that’s from the same factories as Coca Cola.

Every drink wouldn’t have the same water content.. Milk doesn’t have water in it.. Juice or tea or anything else has a small amount of water plus lots of other ingredients..

My question is..

I drink a lot of tea (like green tea.. Iced green tea.. Whatever) Is that good for you? And for PE? It has vitamins and minerals and what not

I heard it’s good for flushing your system out too..

Any thoughts?

Originally Posted by vkn1

Yeah I’ve never understood the whole “drink lots of water it’s so good for you” thing because just about any drink has the same water content. I mean, 12 fl oz of milk, juice, tea, etc all have 12 oz of water in them. Especially paying for water — seems crazy to me, but seems like I see people everywhere drinking bottled water that’s from the same factories as Coca Cola.

Ive heard a lot of these bottled water are actually tap water, haha. Read the label carefully before buying, to get the real deal, spring water.

Originally Posted by ThatGuy69
Every drink wouldn’t have the same water content.. Milk doesn’t have water in it.. Juice or tea or anything else has a small amount of water plus lots of other ingredients..

My question is..

I drink a lot of tea (like green tea.. Iced green tea.. Whatever) Is that good for you? And for PE? It has vitamins and minerals and what not

I heard it’s good for flushing your system out too..

Any thoughts?

Milk is mainly made up of water. As are the rest of the liquids you mentioned.

The main point of drinking more water instead of other drinks is that you are not taking in extra calories from sugars, and all the artificial flavorings and colorings in the flavored drinks.


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Yes, if I recall correctly, Coca-Cola had to remove Dasani from the shelves in Europe almost immediately because it was just tap water.

Your body is a machine: water is the lubrication. Water regulates your body heat and is used to regenerate and promote cell growth. Nothing can replace water. Small amounts of milk are good, but as a source of nutrition, not as a replacement for water. The same argument could be made for teas. I have no opinion about coffee: I rarely drink it and when I do I am extremely picky. Sodas, fruit juices, “energy” drinks, etc. are all pretty much a bad idea. While caffeine may not dehydrate you (and again, it might, the point is definitely open to debate), sodium definitely will. I’m very fond of Sobe, but I quit drinking their products when I started watching my diet. They advertise as being healthy, but sugar wise they are cram-packed.

Thatguy69 - if you are drinking bottled teas, beware: there’s not a lot of difference between them and soda. Check the labels.


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Good advice guys.. And my apologies for speaking on the subject before I knew the facts.

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