Research has stated that people who drink extra one and a half litres of water everyday has less risk of getting bladder infections.
More water helps reduce the bacteria and limits the ability of bacteria to attack the bladder.
This test was conducted in USA, on 140 people, out of which it was found that people who drink less than 1.5 litres of water get recurring bladder infections.
Whereas people who drink about 2-3 litres don't.
More fluids means less use of antibiotics used to treat such infections.