It is well known, and established, that consuming water is beneficial for the human body. It’s much better than consuming carbonated and sugary drinks, and our digestion is helped when we drink water with a meal. Drinking water on an empty stomach can have its own set of benefits as well.There is a Japanese tradition, or water therapy, that prescribes drinking water immediately after waking up, and before brushing your teeth. Part of this therapy dictates at what intervals water, and food should be consumed, and in what quantities. On the other hand, simply drinking water on an empty stomach and allowing it to go through your system has benefits in and of itself. There are benefits of drinking water on empty stomach. Drinking water on an empty stomach can help improve kidney, lung, and brain function. It can also improve your mood, boost your immunity, help your complexion, discourage breakouts of acne, and perhaps prevent the onset of migraines. Drinking water certainly helps in these areas anyway, but perhaps drinking water on an empty stomach adds to the efficacy of the benefits as well.