Lemon water's major bladder effect

Water helps urinate, among other biological functions.

High water consumption dilutes urine concentration and acidity and removes excess salt, reducing kidney stone incidence by 60%, according to a 2015 meta-analysis in Medicine.

Drinking enough water to create 2.5L of pee lowered the incidence of kidney stones.

This meta-analysis revealed no relationship between lemon juice or acidic juice and kidney stone risk.

"Lemon water may not be the greatest choice for individuals with interstitial cystitis," adds Christensen.

Citrus juices, coffee, tea, alcohol, and some meals irritate the bladder. Lemon water hydrates the body well.

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