Why drink sparkling water?

Glasses of sparkling water with slices of orange an lemon in bright sunlight

The health effects of drinking water are numerous. With adequate water intake, you can naturally increase your energy levels, have a beneficial effect on the condition of your skin, improve your sports performance and, among other things, prevent high blood pressure by lowering your body’s sodium levels. But are there differences in the waters? What are the specific benefits of sparkling water?

Water is the oldest hydrator

It may not always be considered, but our bodies are largely made of water. We are constantly losing water through our normal vital functions, which is why lost water needs to be replaced in order for our body to stay healthy. How much water should be consumed then? The general recommendation is to drink at least 1.5 litres of water a day. However, this need is affected by many things, such as diet, a person’s weight, the amount of sweat exercise and air temperature. Ironically, our thirst only arises when the fluid balance has already begun to deteriorate. It is best to drink water evenly throughout the day to prevent dehydration. Dehydration effects can include, for example, impaired concentration and short-term memory, fatigue, or headaches.

The benefits of bubble water

We get water in our bodies in the form of both drinks and food, for example, a large part of vegetables is water. Do different water qualities then matter? From the point of view of fluid balance, no – the main thing is that you drink enough water. Here are a few facts about what kind of benefits, specifically the consumption of bubble water, might have.


  1. You don’t always drink enough water. Flavoured or unflavoured bubble water will bring variety to your tap water and will likely increase the daily amount of water you drink.
  2. Studies show that bubble water increases the feeling of satiety, which makes it a great help for weight management. Therefore, unnecessary snacking between meals may be reduced.
  3. According to some studies, bubble water can help with digestive problems and reduce, for example, abdominal pain and constipation.
  4. Homemade sparkling water is just as healthy as you want it to be. You can drink the water as it is, or for example, use mint and lemon for seasoning. At Mysoda you will also find five naturally sweetened sugar and eight sugar-free flavour concentrates.
  5. The effect of bubble water on heart health has already been studied a little. More research on the subject is needed, but so far there have been positive indications that drinking bubble water could reduce harmful cholesterol.
  6. Bubble water is a great substitute for soda and energy drinks: you can reduce your daily intake of caffeine and sugar.
  7. In addition to everyday life, sparkling water is also suitable for the most festive moments of all. You will be enchanted by spectacular and tasty drinks for guests of all ages.

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