Drinking water has many benefits for our health. Almost every action and every cell in the human body requires water. About 55 to 75% of the human body is made up of water; a large amount of this water is lost through sweating, breathing, and urination, so it is convincing that this amount of water should be compensated by drinking water.
As you know, drinking soft drinks or energy drinks with food or after food creates unwanted sugar behind the teeth. The bacteria that cause cavities in the teeth eat these sugars and produce acid, which penetrates the surface of the tooth enamel (which is the outer shell of the tooth) and causes cavities in the surface of the teeth. It keeps your mouth clean without harming your teeth. By drinking water, the germs of the remaining substances from the food are washed away and the growth of bacteria is eliminated.
Oral saliva is the first defense shield of the teeth, which is directly related to tooth decay. Saliva digests food and prevents tooth decay. When your saliva is reduced, your mouth becomes dry. Drinking water reduces tooth decay.
Tooth decay is caused by acid production in the mouth. When you drink water, more saliva is produced in your mouth, which neutralizes this acid and helps rebuild teeth.