It prevents asthma: asthmatics already know that many fruits such as watermelon or pineapple, help them to decrease their respiratory episodes.
Decreased blood pressure: according to a study of Hypertension. Its richness in lycopene acts as a protector of the heart.
It regulates the digestion: the high amount of fiber it has stimulates the digestive tract, although it can be a bit indigestible if taken in excess. Its low-calorie content makes it a recommended food for diets.

It prevents cancer: its high content of vitamin C exerts an antioxidant function that combats the formation of free radicals, always present in the development of the disease. Another great news for men is that it specifically prevents prostate cancer because it is the food that has the most amount of lycopene, a substance that exerts effective protection against cancer.
It hydrates the body: it is tremendously recommended for people who can suffer dehydration by the circumstances that are, from elders, athletes, children, etc.

Anti-inflammatory: Thanks to Hill, a very important and versatile nutrient in watermelon that helps our bodies at bedtime, with muscle movement, learning, and memory. Choline also helps to maintain the structure of cell membranes helps in the transmission of nerve impulses, helps in the absorption of fat and reduces chronic inflammation.

Muscle relaxant: It is found that the seeds of watermelon can reduce muscle pain, and improve the recovery time after an exercise in the athletes.
It repairs the skin: its richness in vitamin A causes the skin to repair itself of the damages produced, to be more hydrated and to grow the hair better. Thanks to vitamin C, the collagen is maintained and restored.