Have you ever wondered what would happen if you drank 1 gallon of water every day for a month? A journalist from the portal “Thrillist” decided to do a strange experiment to see what happens if you drink 1 gallon of water every day. A month later, she documented her story and admitted that while she expected change, she never imagined how much it would affect her quality of life. This is his story.
Day 1: The party begins
I didn’t know how many cups of water were in a gallon, so I decided to buy a gallon plastic bottle and carry it with me. From day one I realized how hard it was, 1 gallon of water is A LOT OF WATER. I was so focused on meeting my daily quota that I couldn’t focus on anything else.
Day 5: I pee every 20 minutes
We are made up of 60% water, so the human body really needs water, but drinking 1 gallon is something no one does. I always drink water even when I’m not thirsty. Even if I eat less, I feel full all the time. I have to pee often, I go to the bathroom every 20 minutes. People think I’m a drug addict because I go to the bathroom all the time. Even when I go out, I drink water every second drink, order and go to the bathroom again.
Day 10: Am I … beautiful?
Especially in the morning I feel different. It usually takes a big cup of coffee to get me going, but now I feel refreshed and energized first thing in the morning. I feel better and look better. It might be a placebo effect, but my hair is shinier and my skin is glowing. I generally consider myself a beautiful person, but one thing is different. It’s still hard to carry so much water with me, but I have to hold on. Even when I sleep, I have a bottle of water next to me. People think I’m weird, but my forearms are getting stronger, or so I think.
Day 15: I am full of energy
I definitely have more energy. I cut out coffee almost completely. This is a big change because I used to drink up to 3 cups of coffee a day. I feel a little faster when I run at night. I sleep better. I don’t feel so hot when I go to bed. I get really thirsty if I don’t drink water. My body seems to have adapted to the new lifestyle. I feel like I will never be the person I used to be.
Day 20: People tell me I look happier
One thing that hasn’t changed since the trial started is that I go to the toilet regularly and my urine is clear. My girlfriend noticed that my skin looked clearer and I had more energy. It sounds weird, but I’m actually getting better. I no longer have a problem drinking water. Adapted to the size, it became my norm.

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