Many people avoid it by saying that it is not necessary to drink anything before going to bed at night, thinking that it is necessary to wake up from time to time to urinate.
Why do people have to urinate so much at night?
The response from a cardiologist was:
Swelling of the legs usually occurs when you stand up straight. Because gravity holds water in the lower part of your body.
If your lower body (trunk, legs, etc.) is at par with your kidneys when you lie down, the kidneys drain water.
When is the best time to drink water?
Benefits of drinking water at a specific time.
Drinking two glasses of water after waking up helps to activate the internal organs
Drinking a glass of water 30 minutes before a meal helps digestion
Drink a glass of water before bathing – helps to lower blood pressure.
Drinking a glass of water before going to bed can help prevent stroke or heart attack.
In addition, drinking water at bedtime can help prevent leg cramps at night.
When the leg muscles contract, it seeks moisture and wakes you up to get water.